State of Ohio Asylum for the Insane Cemetery

Background If you look up this cemetery on Google Maps, you’ll likely find 3 different locations represented. The one we are looking at today is adjacent to the City of Columbus Police Aviation complex. You’ll find it behind the buildings at 2130 West Broad Street, Columbus Ohio. This is in what is known as the…

Franklinton Cemetery

Background In the heart of downtown Columbus is it’s origin. The first settlement, in what is now called Franklin county, was established in 1797. As the city of Columbus grew, Franklinton was annexed and incorporated in 1859. Franklinton is now a neighborhood in west downtown Columbus known primarily for its art scene and micro-brews. The…

Say Their Names Memorial

Franklinton is always a favorite place for us. Never fail, upon the return there – it seems that there is something new. It has been a while since we have been in that area, so there was quite a bit different. Standing out the most was the Say Their Names Memorial. The text on the…

Street Art at HEM Auto Parts, Columbus, OH

We went to a location for some street art and murals to start out the 2021! After our successful trip to Lookout Supply, we decided to drive about the neighborhood and found some more art at the HEM Auto Parts building on 1559 McKinley Ave, Columbus, OH 43222. Sometimes you just need to explore your…

Street Art at LookoutSupply, Columbus, OH

We went to a location for some street art and murals to start out the 2021! These are at Lookout Supply on 3440 W Broad Street in Columbus, OH 43204. We go this location as a submitted lead. Please remember that you can contact us on the website and submit a lead on the supplied…

Halloween During CoronaVirus

Halloween is sure going to be a bit different this year. I’m not sure how parents feel about taking their kids around to strangers houses this year for their annual candy fix. At our house, we had candy, but we also had some small prizes and gifts for some. School supplies are always a welcome…

Franklin Park Conservatory – The Revisit Part 1 – Some New Stuff

It has been a while since we have gone into the facility known as The Franklin Park Conservatory. Quite a bit has changed, especially on the outside part of the park grounds. Inside, the different biomes are still there, with most of the same plants there as we remembered. The connector between the gift shop…

Rock City Church’s March To The Ohio State House

Today, June 7, 2020 – Rock City Church organized a march through the Short North Arts District to the Ohio State House.They promoted a message of strength and healing during this difficult time. They spoke to the crowd (estimated to be between 500 and 1000) for about 20 minutes and disbursed as quietly as they…