The Columbus Metropolitan Library serves 21 locations in Franklin County, and its operations center in Gahanna serves as a hub for the movement of all the materials that move through the system. We sneak behind the scenes after dark to find out just exactly how the books get onto the shelf.
Facing criticism his design looked like a power plant cooling tower artist Brian Tolle has come up with a new idea for a sculpture along The Scioto Mile. The shape remains the same. but the mirrors are gone and the top looks like a crown. Do you like the new design?
Their styles range across a variety of genres, but the artist at the Open Door Art Studio have something important in common: they all have developmental disabilities.
The art of stained glass can be seen in church windows and on Tiffany lamps. Many stained glass artists are just hobbyists, but one Columbus artist turned her hobby into a profession after helping to rebuild her church.
A Franklin County judge set bond for former Ohio State quarterback who has been charged with felony theft.
A new exhibit at the Ohio Historical Society evokes a wide range of thoughts and emotions from visitors. WOSU talked to some people who viewed the display titled “Controversy: Pieces You Don’t Normally See.”
Former Ohio State football star Art Schlichter has been arraigned in a Franklin county court. As WOSU’s Mandie Trimble reports, the embattled former quarterback is accused of stealing more than $1 million from an elderly Dublin woman.
People who claim they were cheated by Art Schlichter continue to come forward. Prosecutors say more than two dozen now say they gave money to the former OSU quarterback and admitted compulsive gambler. WOSU reports, there’s likely little chance they will see the money again.
The chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts, an organization that gives millions of dollars in grant money, visited Columbus as part of a nationwide tour of cities that have a vibrant art culture.
The Short North is one of Columbus’s most vibrant success stories. 40 years ago the area along N. High Street was in serious decline. But a group of art enthusiasts slowly raised the Short North from the ashes. Now rents are rising, threatening the art galleries that have made the district one of the city’s most popular destinations.
In three days a Hilliard-Davidson High School senior will travel to Carnegie Hall to accept a national art award. WOSU reports, for Kyle Boganwright, art is more than a hobby, it’s therapy for his mental illness.