Ordinarily a French character-driven tragicomedy such as A Christmas Tale would garner an A from me because of its intricate plot, interesting characters, and lingering shots. But I must award it a B based on the daunting narrative threads that make it an exercise in keeping track through half the film until you've got the relationships down.
Columbus, OH – Columbus City Council on Monday is scheduled to vote on changes to the city's Civil Rights Code. The Columbus Community Relations Commission has been working for several months to update the code to legally protect the disadvantaged, and interim director Napoleon Bell says several classifications are being added to the code.
Columbus, OH – State leaders say if nothing changes, Ohio could be facing a $7.3 billion budget deficit in 18 months. That leaves them thinking about tough choices. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – Report by Children's Hunger Alliance shows 63% of Ohio kids in poverty do not participate in a school breakfast program. The group says the more meals parents must provide for their kids, the greater the chance children will go hungry. The alliance and other groups are attempting to drive home the point through real-life exercises. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.
Columbus, OH – The Ohio Senate has passed a bill allowing Cuyahoga County to establish a land bank to buy foreclosed properties. The move is meant to help homeowners who live in areas where foreclosure threatens their neighborhoods. Ohio Public Radio's Jo Ingles reports.