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Columbus may have a growing economy and a relatively low unemployment rate, but that prosperity doesn’t necessarily translate into a high economic quality of life for the city’s immigrant residents.

Central Ohio Real Estate Market

Dec 26, 2017
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All across downtown Columbus, buildings are going up. New developments continue to break ground in the city's center. But real estate markets are booming all over the region. Coming up, a look at real estate market trends in Central Ohio.

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Columbus Police say a teenager and a Hilltop resident were killed in a shooting in the west Columbus neighborhood on Monday.

Tabletop Gaming in Columbus

Nov 2, 2017
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The last few years have seen a resurgence in popularity of traditional tabletop games -- from Dungeons and Dragons to Monopoly -- in American homes, social groups, and trendy board game parlors across the country.

Join us as we talk to Columbus game producers, enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs to find out why we love board games even in the digital age.

TEDxColumbus: Trust

Oct 30, 2017
OSU

Ideas around science, art, business, and community collide on the stage for 18 minutes. These are TED talks. The event has become a hallmark for creatives, inventors, and civic leaders to share stories of truth and innovation, it's also had a home in Columbus since 2009. Coming up a look at TedxColumbus, and exploring this year's theme, trust.

All Sides Weekend: Arts

Oct 20, 2017
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All Sides Weekend celebrates landmark anniversaries for some of Columbus' premiere performing arts groups with guest host Christopher Purdy. The Columbus Dance Theatre company celebrates its 20th season and the Columbus Jazz Orchestra its 30th. Join us for that and more on music and the arts in and around town.

All Sides Weekend: Arts

Sep 22, 2017
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Join guest host Christopher Purdy as he talks with a panel of experts about the latest in arts and culture around Columbus.

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Join us for our weekly look at new developments in the tech world. A data breach at Equifax, a top credit reporting company, exposes the personal data of millions of people.

We look at the growth and trends of Columbus' video game industry and the upcoming GDEX gaming expo. And, Apple is set to premiere new details about the new iPhone 8.

Columbus' Endangered Buildings

Jun 22, 2017
Thomas Bradley / WOSU

The Columbus Landmarks Foundation created a list of historic buildings in danger of being demolished or facing irreparable damage. The goal of this list is to make the community aware of the buildings and the historical significance they hold.

Cooper Stadium, former home to the Columbus Clippers, is on the 2017 list, and the plan to convert it to an auto racing facility has been put on hold. Join us today as we take a look at the endangered buildings of Columbus.

Columbus' Endangered Buildings

May 22, 2017
Cooper Stadium was the long-time home of the Columbus Clippers until the team moved downtown to Huntington Park in 2009.
Thomas Bradley / WOSU

The Columbus Landmarks Foundation created a list of historic buildings in danger of being demolished or facing irreparable damage. The goal of this list is to make the community aware of the buildings and the historical significance they hold.

Cooper Stadium, former home to the Columbus Clippers, is on the 2017 list, and the plan to convert it to an auto racing facility has been put on hold.

Join us today as we take a look at the endangered buildings of Columbus.

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