Isaac King looked to the shaggy-haired drummer, quickly fixed his gray baseball cap and pushed his glasses closer to his face before strumming the first melancholy chord of “Pool House” by The Backseat Lovers. King and the drummer shared a brief moment, smiling at each other, before the band launched into a slow melody that mirrored the left-out-feeling lyrics of the song. King looked down to ensure his fingers were in the right place on his maroon bass guitar before each chord. As the intensity of the instrumentals increased, he and the other members started moving and rocking along to the indie-rock music more and more.
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Taylor Mead, general manager at Bubbles Tea and Juice Company in Athens, Ohio, said one of Bubbles’ company values is to engage in its community, and the company’s upcoming fundraiser, “Puppy Hour,” will allow it to do just that.
When Madison Donohue asked her environmental education AmeriCorps supervisor if she could host a guided bike tour, she didn’t expect it would kickstart a full-fledged social enterprise.
For the first time since the height of COVID-19, coffee shops in Athens are operating at normal capacity, which has allowed business to thrive. Recently, students and community members have been eager to support Athens companies after many businesses reopened.
The Ohio Valley Museum of Discovery recently launched its Capital Campaign, which aims to raise funds that will be used to open and renovate its new building on Columbus Road.
The Southeast Ohio History Center is offering walking tours of the Athens Asylum. Although October tours are currently sold-out, there will be a tour in November, with the date to be determined.
Every other Tuesday, students with varied levels of American Sign Language (ASL) experience come together in a welcoming environment, aiming to strengthen members’ knowledge about sign language and deaf culture.
On Wednesday, Sept. 29, the Casa Nueva Cantina, 6 W. State St., buzzed with a crowd that was eager to be immersed in the live music atmosphere.
On the surface level, root beer, allspice and lemonade do not have much in common. But in actuality, these drinks share a similarity – they all originate from edible plants that are native to Appalachia.