Japanese Breakfast’s Michelle Zauner discussed her New York Times best-seller Crying In H Mart, reading a segment of it to Ohio University Music Summit attendees in Baker Ballroom.
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As my time as an active Postie comes to a close, I thought it might be interesting to review a topic that has always interested me that I chose to write my first ever column on: the mess that is the two party system.
The 2022 Grammys was a smashing success for artists such as Olivia Rodrigo, Jon Bastiste and Silk Sonic. These artists’ looks were also leaps and bounds above their previous Oscars’ looks.
After capping off 2021 with the absolute madness of Spider-Man: No Way Home, other than the hype of some early looks at the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, 2022 has been a rare slow crawl for Marvel fans. Finally, though, last week saw the start of the latest and greatest MCU entry, Moon Knight, get its premiere. And it was well worth the wait.
The world started shimmering a little less bright on March 25 upon receiving the heart breaking news that Taylor Hawkins had passed away.
I usually hate writing about things like this, and hate talking about it even more. The subject is heartbreaking and draining, especially when it feels like nobody's listening. But, after several antisemitic terror attacks last week, I feel that I cannot be silent any longer.
Film, integrated media and screenwriting and production are just three of the many majors at Ohio University, but within each of them, a plethora of opportunity to gain hands-on and profitable experience is available through organizations such as AVW Studios and Rough Cut Collective.
It’s a dull kind of horrible feeling to live in the present moment anymore. On the surface, everything looks okay. Medicine and safety are both advancing quickly, and so is the internet, meaning that information, knowledge and ideas are spread faster and more directly.
Each evening, between April 2 and May 2, vendors in Banten, Indonesia line the city’s streets to sell food and snacks for Iftar – the meal eaten at sunset to break the day’s fast during Ramadan.
Ohio University began to install large vinyl decals on several university buildings, which have received mixed reviews from students, as the next phase of its brand project that originally launched in 2020.
Two and a half years after the release of his sophomore album Fine Line, Harry Styles finally announced the news of his next album to be dropped, Harry’s House. The album is set to release on May 20, featuring 13 brand new tracks. Kicking off his new album announcement, he released one single, “As It Was,” about a week later.
On the fourth episode of 'Let's Get Into It,' Mimi, Grace and Maggie discuss their favorite shows, including The Great British Baking Show, Normal People and Bel-Air.
On this week's episode of 'Yes Ma'am,' hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria give an update on Ohio sports and discuss the latest with the NFL’s Rooney Rule.
The history and roots of Black Appalachia, the return of the International Street Fair, Take Back the Night and more
Athens City Council discussed ordinances that would authorize the payment of a membership fee for the Outdoor Recreation Council of Appalachia, or ORCA, and the construction of tennis and pickleball courts during Monday night’s meeting.
After being rescheduled earlier this year because of the rise in COVID-19 cases, the 64th annual Grammy Awards returned last night at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas for music lovers worldwide. Comedian Trevor Noah hosted the event for the second time this year, allowing viewers to laugh off some of the stress from the past year and a half.
The International Street Fair is scheduled to be held for the first time in two years Saturday as part of International Week at Ohio University.
Ohio University will be holding its annual Take Back the Night event this Thursday at Athens First United Methodist Church, 2 S. College St. Beginning at 6 p.m. and ending at about 9:15 p.m., there will be a variety of activities occurring, including keynote speakers, a march around Athens and artistic productions.