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As if the intricate, vibrant light shows of rock bands at music festivals weren’t eye candy enough, a growing form of artistic expression has been turning throngs of fans into an equally colorful sea of twirling LED light.
There’s no question that steampunk, a subgenre of science fiction that blends Victorian era fashion with modern technology, has been part of the national consciousness for years, with pop stars as mainstream as Justin Bieber making music videos based on the subculture.
Students dining without a meal plan may prefer an empty stomach to an empty wallet, but a local non-profit is bringing a new chef to Athens to show how to avoid both hunger and high grocery bills with a plant-based diet.
As landlords of off-campus rental properties have begun to grant tenants the right to have a dog or cat around the house with the start of Fall Semester, some students are already finding that pet ownership can be a bittersweet endeavor.
As the dull day-to-day struggles of the opening week of classes weigh on students’ spirits, two graduate students will look to liven things up with a festival inspired by one of India’s most colorful traditions.
As students return to campus, the new Jo-Ann Fabrics on 743 E. State St. looks to provide Athens with a renewed set of craft materials for the new school year.
As downpours and round two of summer session classes threaten to bog down students' spirits, those who have stuck around the hills can find solace in laughter — and air conditioning.
With the Athens music scene heavily dominated by variations of folk and metal music, it would be easy for those behind the Nelsonville Music Fest to bypass other styles in favor of what’s popular.
Fans of Athens-born psychedelic quintet Papadosio have plenty to look forward to at this year’s Rootwire Festival as the masterminds behind the music and arts event will play three of the four nights alongside a slew of similar acts.
Having long held the distinction of being the most prolific heavy metal group to come out of Athens, Skeletonwitch has reached yet another milestone this year as the band celebrates its 10-year anniversary.
As pleasant summer weather promises Athenian farmers a great opportunity to plant their favorite seeds, a conference in The Plains will look to highlight the Appalachian area’s advanced local food network.
Though many Ohio University students identify with a hard-partying aesthetic when it comes to bar life, a more casual crowd of gamers exists that aim for pockets, rather than an empty glass when it comes to taking shots.
Anyone who missed the big-ticket stand-up acts of Jim Gaffigan and company will still have a chance to chuckle heartily as an all-female student troupe brings their brand of comedy to Bentley Hall.
I’m stuck in a bathroom stall in Grover Center right after my last session with Eli, and for the first time throughout this whole semester of “getting jacked,” I’m convinced that a workout is going to make me puke.
With 11Fest just around the corner, Timeflies and Bailee Moore got students on their feet and in the mood for hip-hop with an early taste of what the weekend has in store.
In the midst of an atypically warm Spring Semester week, Ohio University’s most famous female rapper and a popular hip-hop act look to bring spitfire rhymes and blazing beats to the next edition of the Performing Arts Series.
Like most guys I know, picking out what to wear before a workout is as easy for me as pairing the tee that best shows off every muscular ripple of my upper body with a matching set of shorts and socks.
As my family and I finished clearing our plates at Easter brunch, the question of dessert was the first to most everyone’s (save my own) lips.