King-Lincoln (also known as Bronzeville) is one of Columbus' historically black neighborhoods and most prolific. In the late 1800's and early 1900's, the neighborhood was the hub for African-Americans (mostly from West Virginia and Virginia) wanting to move to Columbus for a better life. The restored Lincoln Theater and King Arts Complex are the centerpieces of this gentrifying neighborhood. Gorgeous architecture, highrises, and (if you like urban grit) interesting urban landscapes make this neighborhood a hidden secret for most people in the city and in Ohio. You'll never know what you'll find exploring it. Ask Nancy Wilson and Philip Michael Thomas, neighborhood natives.