Daniel Hill, owner of Hill Landscaping LLC and Hill Garden Market, thinks the pandemic surged plant therapy.
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On Wednesday, March 31, Ohio University Libraries hosted its third annual – but first-ever virtual – Art+FeminismWikipedia edit-a-thon.
The Miami Student, Miami University’s student newspaper, published an article about the relevance of the Ohio University and Miami University rivalry.
Ohio University launched its Forever Ohio rebranding effort, but Robin Oliver, vice president for University Communications and Marketing, knows it’s much more than a rebrand.
The Largemouth Brass Band knows the show must go on.
The Adelphia Music Hall is certainly putting on a dinner and a show this Friday. The music hall, 203 2nd St., Marietta, is putting on their very first episode of The Southeastern Sessions with Craig Heath, Megan Bee and John Walsh.
Gabe Fisher, co-owner of Purple Chopstix, is continuing the family business. Fisher’s father, Ed Fisher, opened the restaurant in 1989. Now, Gabe and his wife, Aysha, own the restaurant and they’ve been there for more than 30 years.
Ohio University partnered with the Ohio Department of Higher Education to conduct the annual Campus Climate Survey. The anonymous survey’s deadline is Nov. 2 and students are encouraged to participate.
Dante Catanzarite felt that there wasn’t a clothing brand that represented him. So, he decided to do something about it -- he created his own business.
Walking Tour of the Historic Athens Asylum at 5 p.m. at the Kennedy Museum of Art, 100 Ridges Circle. Take a tour of the historic Athens Asylum with George Eberts, a long-time Athens Asylum employee and local expert. Eberts leads the outdoor tour of the grounds and the buildings with personal anecdotes and insights on patient treatment. Masks are encouraged, but not required and social distancing is practiced.
Supernatural has returned with the final seven episodes left of the season. The show was on pause since March due to the pandemic.
The legend originated in Point Pleasant, West Virginia.
Francis McFadden, the principle co-owner of Cirò Italian Kitchen and Bar, is no stranger to opening restaurants. Opening restaurants during COVID-19, however, is another story. McFadden and Saundra Buck opened the elegant Italian casual dining concept on Oct. 23, 2019. Cirò (pronounced “cheer-o”) is named after the town of the same name in Calabria, Italy.
Kayla Gauze is no stranger to suicide.
Plein Air with Erica Magnus at 12:30 p.m. at the Dairy Barn Arts Center, 8000 Dairy Lane. “En plein air” is French for “in the open air”. Come paint directly from observing nature from observation out of doors as a socially distanced activity.
Polly Creech thinks that plants positively affect mental health, especially in the middle of a pandemic. As the owner of Hyacinth Bean Florist, 540 W. Union St., she’s heard customers say that they feel depressed or anxious, but when they're taking care of their plants, they feel grounded. Creech also tells her customers that plants clean the air, so it's beneficial to have plants in their home environment.
Friday Night LIVE OHIO at 8 p.m. hosted by OHIO Involvement. Head over to Twitch for some Friday night entertainment. There will be prizes and giveaways.
Abbey Martin, a freshman studying undecided sciences at Ohio University’s Southern campus, knows first-hand the effects of COVID-19. Her mother tested positive after a coworker leaned over the desk and said she was sick.
Ohio University announced July 31 that classes at least through Sept. 27 will be online. Within the phased return, undergraduate and graduate students whose programs require in-person instruction will be allowed to come back, according to a previous Post report.