After the messy breakup of The Beatles in 1970, all four artists continued to create music, each branching off into their own style.
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Hosts Tate and Hannah sit down with co-founders Nick and Luke from Midnight Music to discuss the hip-hop scene in Athens and starting the company from scratch.
Friday, April 7:
Dillon Masters has proven himself to be a trusted reliever out of Ohio's bullpen; however, it took some time for him to earn that trust. As a transfer who had limited innings over the past few years, Masters was a risk. However, it was one Ohio is glad it took.
An on-campus resource is singing along to the tune of Salt-N-Pepa’s hit classic: “Let’s Talk About Sex.”
For Tom Rush, being a musician is not only his profession, it is a lifestyle. A singer and guitarist, Rush has been in the music industry for close to six decades and does not seem to have any plans of slowing down.
Students and faculty believe OU could widen its sustainability approach with a Green Fee
On a lazy afternoon when Ohio pitcher Skipp Miller isn't striking out opponents on the diamond, she can be found hanging out with friends, watching movies or crocheting. Most people, including Miller's teammates, would only expect the elderly to pass their time creating textiles with hooks, but Miller has made an impressive career out of defying expectations.
For those looking for something to do this weekend, “For The Tenth Time” will be performed at Putnam Hall, a show written, directed and acted out by students of the university that focuses on bipolar disorder and bringing a more human face to mental illness.
Many Bobcats received Central States Collegiate Hockey League honors at the conclusion of their 2022-23 season. Four were named to the CSCHL First Team, which was announced on Wednesday.
Cassie and Nicholas talk about how their first fest experience was. Along with how mom's weekend went for both of them.
Daily Rundown: Gearing up for the Athens International Film Festival, the return of Kiser Barbecue, the importance of potatoes in Latin America and more
"Asteroid City" is the latest film by creator Wes Anderson. Arriving in June, the director will bring his quirky style to the American Southwest. The film seems to play within the classic Anderson cinematic style of geometric composition and dramedy story structure like Kurt Vonnegut.
Potatoes hold more significance to Latin America than one might think. Although many people associate the carbohydrate with the British Isles, the roots (literally) of potatoes lie in Latin America, specifically the Andes region of present-day Peru, Bolivia and parts of Ecuador to name a couple of countries.
In recent years, animated films have received more live-action remakes — especially from Disney. After remake releases for properties such as "The Lion King," "Mulan," and "Aladdin," the industry giant just announced a live-action remake of "Moana." And "Moana" isn't the only live-action remake set to release in the near future. Disney is also producing a live-action version of the 2002 animated classic "Lilo & Stitch," as well as "Hunchback," a remake of "The Hunchback of Notre Dame." Although the original movies are all fantastic films with gorgeous art and heartwarming storylines, there's no real need for live-action remakes of them. In fact, there's no need for this overabundance of live-action remakes at all.
In one of its most entertaining games of the season, Ohio was able to best its in-state rival, Ohio State, to pick up a 1-0 victory on the road. The game was a pitcher’s duel throughout the nine innings of play, and in the end, Ohio also was able to pick up its first win over Ohio State since 2018 and the third since 2012.
Ohio’s bullpen was unable to keep up against Morehead State in its 15-2 loss on Tuesday. Ohio threw six different pitchers in an attempt to stop the Morehead batters, but nothing stuck.
Last Friday, Ohio University's School of Dance seniors previewed their Spring Senior Dance Concert in preparation for their official performance in April. The concert will showcase original choreography from 13 seniors in the School of Dance and have a mix of solo, duet and group performances.
Ohio University's undergraduate Student Senate failed to pass legislation that would have allowed the Senate to present an optional semesterly fire fee for students to the OU Board of Trustees.