Columbus Neighborhoods is a weekly magazine show on WOSU TV that explores the history, stories and people that make Columbus and central Ohio a unique place to live. Hosted by Javier Sanchez and Charlene Brown, Columbus Neighborhoods covers current issues that affect our neighbors to shed light on how the past continues to influence the present. Watch Thursdays at 8:30pm on WOSU TV.
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On this episode, we take a look at preserving family and community history in Columbus.
On this episode, we take a look at the great stories behind a few local, small businesses.
This episode features the hidden gems of Columbus’ music scene – onstage and off.
Meet the creative community of Central Ohio, from Bellows and Burkhart to Malcolm J.
Take a look at different local hangouts in Central Ohio, past and present.
We take a look at the past and present development of downtown Columbus.
Food in Columbus means coffee, bears, salsa and innovation.
We explore Central Ohio's ancient history, starting with the Adena culture.
View the African-American Digital Collection at the Columbus Metropolitan Library.
We visit the Columbus Metropolitan Library to see how they can help research genealogy.
Ohio History Connection curator Lisa Wood gives tips on how to preserve historic photos.
Local historian Doreen Uhas Sauer investigates the Little Oklahoma neighborhood.
Learn about the history of the oldest Harley-Davidson dealership in America.
Bikes For All People is a faith-based, nonprofit organization on Columbus’ South Side.
Historian John Waddy discusses the state of the King-Lincoln District in Columbus, Ohio.
Javier Sanchez sits down with Anand Saha, owner of Mozart’s Bakery & Piano Cafe.
On the next episode of Columbus Neighborhoods, we take a look at education in Columbus.
On the next Columbus Neighborhoods, a look at preserving family and community history.
A look at the great stories behind a few local, small businesses.
The next episode features the hidden gems of Columbus’ music scene – onstage and off.
Meet the creative community of Central Ohio.
Next time we'll take a look at different local hangouts in Central Ohio, past and present.
A look at the past and present development of downtown Columbus.
We remember Big Bear Stores and Worthington Foods, and explore the modern food industry.