All Sides Weekend

All Sides Weekend: Death Cafés

Feb 21, 2020
Black birds
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Considering and discussing death can seem depressing or morbid. At so-called Death Cafés, people gather together, have some tea and cookies, and discuss, what else, death.

The first Death Café to take place in the United States happened here in Columbus, and eight years later it’s still going strong. The gatherings are meant to encourage people to consider their own mortality, and hopefully make the most of their lives in the process.

All Sides Weekend: Arts In Columbus

Feb 14, 2020
Columbus Museum of Art
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Columbus Museum of Art Executive Director Nanette Maciejunes has a new book out about the museum.

ProMusicia Chamber Orchestra CEO Janet Chen is on the cover of this month's issue of Columbus CEO magazine and talks with us about the orchestra's upcoming performances. CATCO's production of "Application Pending" continues its run and we'll talk with the group's artistic director Steven Anderson.

Chefs In The City: Romantic Eats

Feb 7, 2020
White Castle
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February 14 is the time for tablecloths, candle lights and romantic Valentine’s Day dinners out. Local restaurants are cooking up lavish and delicious dishes to share. 

All Sides Weekend: Bob Hope And The USO

Jan 31, 2020
Comedian Bob Hope entertains sailors of the U.S. 6th Fleet Saratoga at the flagship's anchorage in the southern Italian port of Gaeta, in this Dec. 19, 1970 file photo.
AP File Photo

In May 1941, Bob Hope performed his first USO show at March Field in California. The performance was the beginning of a five-decade partnership.

All Sides Weekend: Books

Jan 24, 2020
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Join guest host Christopher Purdy for Columbus Metropolitan Library’s latest quick picks and more.

All Sides Weekend: Pursuing Art As An Adult

Jan 17, 2020
Woman sitting on a stool painting a picture.
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Opportunities to make art abound when you’re a kid.

But when you’ve grown up and joined the work force, artistic aspirations and inspiration can be harder to come by.

All Sides Weekend: Holidays In Columbus

Dec 20, 2019
Columbus Symphony Holiday Pops concert
Columbus Symphony

The darkest days of winter are upon us. Luckily, there’s a smorgasboard of events going on throughout Columbus to make our days merry and bright.

All Sides Weekend: Books

Dec 13, 2019
stack of books
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Today on All Sides Weekend Books with Christopher Purdy, the latest quick picks from the Columbus Metropolitan library, and more.

All Sides Weekend: Chefs In The City

Dec 6, 2019
chicken holiday dish
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The holidays are all about food, for eating out, for eating in, for sharing the joy of the season, and for gift giving. 

Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher Weekend Chefs in the City: holiday food.

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An event this weekend celebrates the more than 100,000 sub-saharan Africans that live in Columbus. 

The Columbus African Festival will feature food, poetry, music, and more. The event is the first ever of its kind in the area. 

Today on All Sides Weekend with Clare Roth, we discuss the celebration and African culture. 

  Guests:

All Sides Weekend Books

Aug 16, 2019
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Join host Christopher Purdy as we talk about the best books of the summer, quick picks and Kristen Lepioka's new novel, "The Stories You Tell."

Guests

Chefs In The City: Food Festivals

Aug 2, 2019
Healthy Food
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James Beard award-winning chef Jonathan Sawyer is the face behind the new restaurant opening up in the Short North called SeeSaw.

This will be the first restaurant in Central Ohio to have live-fire cooking on wood and charcoal.

Today on All Sides Chefs in the City, we're joined by Jonathan Sawyer and discuss the food-centered festivals in Central Ohio to mark the end of summer.

Civic Arts Project

Join All Sides Weekend guest host Christopher Purdy for a discussion on arts in Columbus and the Columbus Symphony.

All Sides Weekend: Books

Jul 19, 2019
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Join guest host Christopher Purdy and guests in a discussion of the Columbus Metropolitan Library's "Quick Picks" and more.

Children's And Young Adult Literature

Jul 12, 2019
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Children and young adult literature has changed througout the decades. 

The very first children's books were printed and sold in 1740. The earliest children's books were designed to teach kids moral behavior.

From Little Women to modern-day series such as The Palace Chronicles, this genre has been educating and encouraging young people to read.

Today on All Sides, children's and young adult literature through the years, where it started and where the genre is going.

This weekend, you can see a production of "Little Women" in Schiller Park. 

Margaret Peterson Haddix will be speaking at the Thurber House on Saturday. 

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