Summer break brings great times, but for those who formed meaningful relationships while at school, it brings separation from their special someone. Although you might be separated by miles, or maybe even by states, it’s not impossible to keep your long-distance relationship alive. Here are 6 ideas to keep the romance simmering despite the distance:
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Athens native and Ohio University alumnus Matthew Presutti has used his education and background to instill sustainable practices into his printmaking work. In the past three years, Presutti has had the opportunity to utilize hemp as a material for printmaking at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design.
Netflix will gain ‘Forrest Gump,’ season 4, volume 1 of ‘Stranger Things’ in May; ‘Shrek,’ seasons 1 through 6 of ‘Dawson’s Creek’ will depart
With summer fast approaching, Netflix is gearing up a line-up of new shows and movies that are bound to end up on your list. It may be time to say goodbye to classics like Dawson’s Creek and Shrek, but here are the titles to keep an eye out for this month:
Netflix will gain ‘The Blind Side,’ season 4, part 2 of ‘Ozark’ in April; ‘iCarly,’ ‘The Hangover’ will depart
Springtime calls for a new set of fan favorites to be added to Netflix. Although we say goodbye to shows like iCarly and films like The Hangover, there are many Netflix Originals and more coming in April. Here’s what you can look forward to seeing on Netflix this month:
Silliness and pajamas are what’s in store for Athens Sunrise Rotary’s “The Pajama Party Murders.”
The Netflix Original drama series, Inventing Anna, begins each episode with a disclaimer: “This whole story is completely true. Except for all the parts that are totally made up.” The series remains a big question mark because of the deception of the main character.
Drawn Out: How Artists Break Through Creative Ruts will be exhibited in room 327 of Seigfred Hall, 20 Church St. This exhibition shares how drawing is used to reinvigorate creative practice. Put together by early career art professors from nearby Ohio institutions, a presentation by Kate Hampel of Ohio University will be hosted at 6 p.m. via Zoom. The exhibit will be available until March 13.
Musicians will be able to support other musicians with the 10th Annual Benefest on Friday, Dec. 3 and Saturday, Dec. 4 at The Union, 18 W. Union St.
Telescope Viewing at the Observatory at 5:30 p.m., hosted at the Ohio University Observatory, 174 Water Tower Dr. Guests are invited to take a look at Jupiter and Saturn either Friday or Saturday night. The event will be canceled if it’s cloudy or rainy.
After over 75 years since the Holocaust, certain perceptions and manifestations of antisemitism remain in society and as a topic of discussion globally.
Halloween, the classic dress as you please holiday, was reimagined this year for fans of Harry Styles.
From the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to Carnegie Hall, saxophonist Doug O’Connor has shared his talents around the world. On Wednesday, O’Connor will be making a visit to the recital hall in Glidden Hall, 3 Health Center Drive, for performances alongside pianist Jeremy Vigil at 4 p.m. and at 5:30 p.m. to celebrate the release of Baljinder Sekhon's new album, Alchemy, which he helped create.
47th and 48th Annual Athens International Film and Video Festival all day, hosted at the Athena Cinema, 20 S. Court St. Combining the previously canceled festival with this year's event has led to more than 500 films being screened. Proof of vaccination or a negative covid test result 48 hours prior required for entry.
Following Mental Health Awareness Day on Oct. 10, the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Athens, or NAMI Athens, reinforces the importance of this idea with its Walk the Walk for Mental Health Awareness on Saturday, Oct. 16.
Art Werger, a former professor of art in the printmaking program at Ohio University, left a lasting impact on those who worked with him. The Bobcat Printclub and the printmaking area in the School of Art and Design have curated “Lasting Impressions,” an art gallery to honor Werger.
From Friday afternoon until Saturday at dusk, musicians and Appalachian artists entertained the audiences at the Hocking Hills Music Festival in Rockbridge.
Yell Like Hell Pep Rally from 6:45 p.m. to 8 p.m., hosted by the Alumni Association and gathering on College Green, 47 E. Union St. Gather for this popular homecoming festivity and shout out your Bobcat spirit in preparation for Saturday’s game. The Marching 110 will also perform.
Athens Area Stand Down from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Athens County Fairgrounds, 286 W. Union St. They will distribute pre-packaged supplies and community partners service information. The public, veterans and those experiencing homelessness or at-risk are welcome. From 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., it will be veterans only.
“The Most Exciting Band in the Land” will be substituting its regular performance at Peden Stadium with a show on Ohio University College Green on Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 6:30 p.m.