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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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.
On this episode, learn about the history and development of Dublin, Ohio.
We honor local veterans through their stories and experiences.
Central Ohio’s influence on aviation history.
Meet Malcolm J, who used art as an escape from his life of homelessness and addiction.
Brent Davis visits the Ohio History Connection to look at paintings by Emerson Burkhart.
Follow the story of renowned realist-painter George Bellows.
Craftsman Carl Dumpke takes us through the process of making hair combs from cow horns.
Learn about the turn-of-the-century artists club that began at Ohio State University.
Transit Arts, a youth arts program, provides young adults with a creative outlet.
Fred Wittich shares his family’s history and how he came to own a beloved soda fountain.
Learn the history of the amateur rose growers' competition.
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.
We'll explore Central Ohio's rich history of burial mounds and earthworks.
Next time, we'll take a look at the history and development of Dublin, Ohio.
Next time, we'll take a look at how Columbus keeps history alive and relevant.