As Thanksgiving passes and students graduate, it appears it’s gift-giving season once again.
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As a tumultuous year wraps up its presidential election and a pandemic rages on, many are finding their holidays will be spent differently this year.
Groups and individuals have recently installed “blessing box” stations throughout the county to help those in need.
A day of mourning and honoring each year, national Transgender Day of Remembrance in Athens is traditionally marked by events, speakers and an in-person vigil. This year’s observation, however, looks a little different.
While some businesses have closed due to the pandemic, others have felt some unique benefits.
Social media has arguably flourished during the pandemic. According to business.com, social media usage has increased and changed throughout the year. TikTok stars, such as Nathan Apodaca, aka @420doggface208, have gone viral and put songs back on the charts. But others, such as Gerald Stratford, @geraldstratfor3 on Twitter, have gained a following for simple, sweet and original posts.
Closing up this Halloween weekend is the spooky and legendary Blennerhassett Island State Park.
As the saying goes, some things come around rarely – “once in a blue moon.” This weekend’s pottery sale, at 7888 Luhrig Road, is one of them.
With common meeting places closed and extra precautions in place, divorce is no easier during the pandemic.
At her childhood home, bored, in the middle of the night, Emilie Burch put on a full face of makeup.
The pandemic has brought about many lifestyle changes, one of them being hobbies.
Many activists call the region home.
Evan Shaw, a lifelong resident of Appalachia, makes documentaries about Southeast Ohio for WOUB Public Media.
As fall quickly moves in, one local organization is working to fundraise for the upcoming holiday season. On Friday, Athens AMVET Riders are holding a reverse raffle to support families and individuals.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues, so does the push toward moving back to everyday life; as bars return to full capacity, Ohio University Phase Two students return to campus.
A staple of Southeast Ohio culture returns this weekend for its 30th edition: the Pomeroy Sternwheel Regatta. Starting Thursday, the free three-day event celebrates boating and the Ohio River.
When Ohio University tutoring services went online this spring due to the coronavirus pandemic, the number of weekly appointments went down. However, supplemental instruction went up. This trend has continued into fall 2020.
For those in need of some fresh, locally-made art, look no further than Athens’ very own Tavolino –– or its parking lot, rather.