Central Avenue United Methodist Church hosted a Central Play Cafe at its uptown location in the middle of January and February and was met with good results.
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Perfect Arrangement will be performed at Putnam Hall in room 227 Feb. 29 at 2 p.m. and Feb. 28, March 4 and 5 at 8 p.m.
Effective Magic will be performed in Putnam Hall room 227 Feb. 27, 29 and March 3, 6 at 8 p.m.
At the crispy intersection of funk, psychedelic rock and blues sits New Orleans legend Malcolm John Rebennack Jr., better known as Dr. John — or the night tripper, or the gris-gris man. And on the first Fat Tuesday since he died, Dr. John’s influence on jazz and New Orleans is still abundant.
Ohio has been close to a break-through win all season.
#SpeakUp is hosting a Black Heritage Poetry night sponsored by the Ohio University Multicultural Center Thursday at Jackie O’s Public House Restaurant.
February 24, 1977 marked the start of Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours Tour, when the band performed the album written about everything. Rumours is Fleetwood Mac’s best selling album. It remains on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums today, after over four decades since it released. The success of Rumours is prevalent — the history behind the album and the tour that followed are what make Fleetwood Mac so unique.
The debate of who is the best on-screen portrayal of the Joker has been long, back and forth and only gotten more complicated with the addition of Joaquin Phoenix to the list. Perhaps the even more passionate argument, who is the worst Joker, has been a little more simple and agreed upon after Jared Leto’s take in Suicide Squad.
“Lent has come, why not wait to drink with eagerness?”
With spring break being less than two weeks away, many students find themselves unmotivated to complete any course work and alternatively might be shopping for new clothes and swimsuits for the vacation they have been planning for so long. Some students may be traveling to Florida for some desired beach time, while others may be taking a trip to New York City to explore the metropolitan life. However, not everyone has the luxury of going on vacation, and instead won’t be going anywhere besides their living room couch. For those who can relate to these plans more than others, here are eight activities to keep busy this spring break:
TV Review: Madison is too good for Peter and made it clear during fantasy suite week on ‘The Bachelor’
The producers of The Bachelor have done the most this season. Hannah Brown returned with feelings for Peter, Victoria F.’s ex showed up during a one-on-one and Alayah came back after being sent home. It’s been a rough one, rose lovers, but nothing could prepare us for what came this week: The remaining women staying in the same room for fantasy suites.
Two Ohio University students spoke to City Council on Monday about the landscaping efforts that will happen during the new Athens Beautification Month in April.
Those looking for an alternative to a typical dog or cat pet can find what the pet they’re looking for at River Road Rabbit Rescue.
It’s a common feeling to want to be up in the nitty gritty details of a big event. The want for knowledge might be overwhelming, but is everyone looking for knowledge?
The flowers are blooming and the stars are aligning. Spring is the air and it’s time to see what the universe has in store for you. With the spring equinox on March 19, look to the stars to see what’s coming your way within the following months.
In my quest to search every corner of Athens for a five-star meal under $5, I ventured farther than I have ever gone before for this column: three full blocks from The Post newsroom, to O'Betty's Red Hot.
If there’s a saving grace to Doctor Who’s messy and bloated previous episode, it’s that it set up the last of the narrative dominoes for “Ascension of the Cybermen” to knock them all down in impeccable style. The first part of series 12’s two-part finale balances its characters, plot threads and villains near perfectly, raising tensions so high that the wait for its conclusion next Sunday will be nearly unbearable.
Ohio suffered a last-second defeat to Bowling Green last Saturday after losing a one-point lead with one second left.