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WOSU to Relocate TV and Radio Studios to 15th and High District

Walker Evans Walker Evans WOSU to Relocate TV and Radio Studios to 15th and High District

Local TV and radio production studios will call the 15th and High area home in the near future, as representatives from WOSU announced today that the organization is planning a relocation of their operations. Currently, WOSU Radio is based in the basement of The Fawcett Center on Olentangy River Road while WOSU TV is set […]

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TEDxColumbus Relocates to Capitol Theatre in 2014

Walker Evans Walker Evans TEDxColumbus Relocates to Capitol Theatre in 2014

The sixth annual TEDxColumbus event will take place on November 7th from noon to 6pm in a brand new venue: The Capitol Theatre in the Riffe Center. A variety of speakers and performers will tackle the topic STEAM, focusing on education, energy, food, emotion and other themes. “We’ve been blessed with a passionate collection of […]

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Ninety-Five Percent of CCS Students Have Parents Who Have Been Incarcerated

Miriam Bowers Abbott Miriam Bowers Abbott Ninety-Five Percent of CCS Students Have Parents Who Have Been Incarcerated

In terms of local media, All Sides is a well-regarded radio program. Aired weekdays on WOSU, listeners can usually find a thoughtful and provocative collection of thoughts from experts and guests. On the education scene, it’s hard to beat today’s disclosure from guest Stephanie Hightower. The program title was The Challenges of Fatherhood in the […]

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WOSU’s ‘Columbus Neighborhoods’ Series to Continue

Brent Warren Brent Warren WOSU’s ‘Columbus Neighborhoods’ Series to Continue

Originally developed as part of Columbus’ bicentennial celebration (which officially concluded earlier this week), WOSU announced plans today to extend it’s documentary series on the history of Columbus neighborhoods.  Six additional communities will be featured through 2015: The South Side Clintonville Worthington Bexley The Tri-Villages (Upper Arlington, Marble Cliff, and Grandview Heights) ‘New Americans’ (a […]

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History Lesson: Chic Harley – the unsung hero of Columbus who had a hand in shaping OSU football

Doug Motz Doug Motz History Lesson: Chic Harley – the unsung hero of Columbus who had a hand in shaping OSU football

A great deal of this current History Lesson can be attributed to my friend Jim Flynn. He sent me an e-mail on September 12 that in part reads: Please do a piece on Columbus Underground that focuses on specifically Olde Towne East. The WOSU documentary airs on 11/12 – A piece on Olde Towne East […]

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GCAC Presents: Ménage à Jazz

Terence Womble Terence Womble GCAC Presents: Ménage à Jazz

Just in time for the Bicentennial, a threesome of the city’s leading arts organizations – BalletMet, the Jazz Arts Group and WOSU Public Media – have come together for a unique collaborative event to celebrate the city’s past, present and future — Jazz Moves Columbus, playing through February 12 at the Capitol Theatre. Through music, […]

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Philanthropy Friday: Jazz Moves Us. Jazz Moves Columbus

 Margaret Robinson, The Columbus Foundation Philanthropy Friday: Jazz Moves Us. Jazz Moves Columbus

The versatility of BalletMet dancers is going to be amplified by the virtuosic sounds of the Columbus Jazz Orchestra for stunning results when Jazz Moves Columbus gets underway at the Capitol Theatre on February 2. The groundbreaking collaboration that is Jazz Moves Columbus also brings in WOSU this year to highlight the history and future […]

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