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Music producers are the heartbeat of music, and each of them have their own preferences when it comes to their creative processes.
Police Blotter: Semi trailer gets stuck on private property; woman drives away without paying for gasoline
The Athens County Sheriff’s Office responded to Kimberley Road on Monday in regard to a parking problem. The caller said an unknown vehicle was parked at the end of her driveway.
The semester is winding down, and it’s time for the seniors at The Post to graduate next week. While The Post will still publish its annual photo issue next week, these seniors will all be moving on from their time with the publication.
Ohio loves the MAC, but sometimes a break is a good thing.
Take time this Earth Day to give back to the planet because after all, it is our home. But, who says giving back has to be boring? Celebrate Earth Day with these five eco-friendly activities:
Body cam footage of the Ma’Khia Bryant shooting has been released; Doug’s Carryout is hosting fun weekend events
Today is Thursday, April 22, 2021. Here’s what you need to know:
Finals week means one thing: eating like crap. The stress of studying and limited time means that your quality of food dips to fast food and instant meals. Cooking just takes too much time. However, there are quick and nutritious meals you can make at home in a short amount of time. Here are some quick meals for finals week:
Doug’s Carryout and Grocery, 29539 SR 143, is a local spot for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Doug’s not only serves food but also works to serve the Athens area. Its staff works hard to keep up a friendly atmosphere that welcomes anyone.
Weekender Briefs: Learn how to support Asian/Pacific Islander populations, destress with therapy dogs
Coping Clinic: Feel Good Fridays at 11 a.m., hosted virtually by Ohio University’s Counseling and Psychological Services, or CPS. Join CPS for an online, drop-in workshop that offers students creative ways to explore their thoughts and feelings. Resources to practice healthy behaviors will also be presented. Students do not have to be a client with CPS or currently located in the state of Ohio to engage in Coping Clinic workshops.
Former mayoral candidate Damon Krane announced April 8 he will be running for an at-large seat on Athens City Council, making him the most recent candidate to announce his intention to run.
Isaiah Peterson hasn’t played a complete season for the Bobcats but has stood out since the first time he showed up for practice. Known for his equally strong hitting and fielding abilities, the senior center fielder’s career began elsewhere before finding a home in Athens.
Athens City School District plans to vaccinate students in effort to get them back in the classroom for fall
The Athens City School District has plans with the Athens City-County Health Department to vaccinate students and encourage a return to in-person classes in the fall.
Daniel Hill, owner of Hill Landscaping LLC and Hill Garden Market, thinks the pandemic surged plant therapy.
Athens Mayor Steve Patterson voiced his interest Tuesday in running for the soon-to-be vacated seat of Rep. Steve Stivers, R-Upper Arlington.
Seven graduate students of the Master of Fine Arts, or MFA, playwriting program will see their work from over the past year come together at the 27th Annual Seabury Quinn, Jr. Playwrights Festival.
With the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc on the entertainment industry, it only made sense when it was announced this year’s Oscars ceremony would be postponed. It was the latest in a seemingly never-ending disappointing delay of Hollywood itself, but at least the 93rd Academy Awards were still set to happen.
As the semester comes to a close, the question of how to go about my last article of the semester lingers. Ultimately, since my family has provided 10 articles worth of reviews, I decided I wanted to give them a break a bit early and flip the typical “Tunes with Tate” roles. So, I asked them what one of their favorite albums are to review.
The Federal Communications Commission, or FCC, recently announced its Emergency Broadband Benefit program, which will provide discounts on broadband, laptops, desktop computers or tablets for qualifying households.
A resolution supporting members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, community was unanimously passed by the Athens City School District Board of Education at its April 15 meeting.