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The halfway episode of Lovecraft Country’s debut season, “Strange Case,” may be its most radical, powerful episode yet.
We all know the buzz of excitement as the opening scene shines bright on the big screen, the overpriced buttery popcorn and box candy hidden in your pocket and the feeling of satisfaction as the credits roll after an excellent movie.
Polly Creech thinks that plants positively affect mental health, especially in the middle of a pandemic. As the owner of Hyacinth Bean Florist, 540 W. Union St., she’s heard customers say that they feel depressed or anxious, but when they're taking care of their plants, they feel grounded. Creech also tells her customers that plants clean the air, so it's beneficial to have plants in their home environment.
There is no denying that autumn-scented candles are a staple of the season. On a crisp, fall night, lighting a candle can be the perfect mood setter for when wanting to snuggle up in bed or on the couch, and watch a spooky movie, read a book, journal or listen to music. If you’re a decorator, consider placing some candles all around your house, apartment or room to add a splash of color and a variety of scents throughout. Your nose will be thanking you when your whole surrounding aroma smells of all things fall.
The movie theater industry has faced one of the most intense setbacks amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and Athens theaters have been getting creative to stay afloat.
With calls to boycott Disney’s latest live-action film "Mulan" underway, it raises the idea that politics aside, all live-action remakes should be boycotted. What may seem like a cheap cash grab capitalizing on 90s kids' nostalgia has far greater ramifications on the entertainment industry.
The Batman trailer has graced the public conscious with dreams of a suede-suited man gallivanting in the night. The response by Batman fans – new and old – has been “What should I read in preparation for the new film?”
The high school football season is halfway over. Losing streaks grow longer and the postseason looms on the horizon.
There were a total of 491 confirmed COVID-19 cases last week in Athens County. The county reported that 81 of these cases are still active, as of Saturday, Sept. 11.
Since it began its school year remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Athens City School District has worked to keep its students safe, fed and properly equipped to learn from home.
Today is Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. Here’s what you need to know:
Tokyo’s Revenge has dropped a new EP, 7VEN. It may only be seven songs in length, but it displays his wide range of vocal and emotional capabilities.
WELLSTON—At the start of the second quarter, Alexander was driving down the field on its way to breaking the scoreless tie.
Modern football is a passing game. The quarterback is the most important player on the field, and he facilitates the ball to the rest of the offense.
Joey Moore hiked the ball on Athens’ 3-yard line with seven seconds left in the game. He passed to Brayden Whiting on his right, who then tossed the ball backward to Landon Wheatley. Wheatley darted right and tossed the ball once again to Peyton Gail. Gail sprinted along the sideline before being taken down by the 35-yard line.
Prosecutors and investigators with the Athens County Prosecutor’s Office arrested a man Friday after a grand jury that charged him with six counts of rape.
After facing battles with her record label, R&B princess JoJo, Joanna Noelle Levesque, is back with her fourth studio album good to know (stylized in all lowercase). Many know and love her for her 2004 hit “Leave (Get Out),” which she recorded at 13 years old. Although “Leave (Get Out)” and “Too Little Too Late” will remain her top singles until the end of time, JoJo has shown with her latest album she has matured and is in control of her sound.
Graduate Student Senate is focusing on lowering health insurance costs for graduate and international graduate students this school year, President Kaelyn Ferris said.
For the lucky few that are currently residing in Athens, we know it can sometimes feel like a ghost town, with nowhere to go and nothing to do since so many Bobcats are living back at home. Luckily, when in need of a change of scenery, Athens is not too far from several surrounding areas that many can venture to for a variety of activities such as shopping, dining or exploring nature. Here are five destinations that are fitting for the ultimate, end of summer, beginning of fall, day trip: