The Performing Arts and Concert Series will bring the national broadway tour of Finding Neverland to Ohio University.
The show will include three local groups and three touring bands.
Here’s what’s happening in Athens this weekend (and Monday).
The school has been teaching students both instrumental and choral music since 1979.
A workshop hosted Thursday by the Women’s Center and the Career and Leadership Development Center will break down how participants can better support the ones they are recommending.
DJ and Jayse give some tips on how to set attainable new year goals and ways to achieve them.
As it becomes more accepted in English grammar and society as a whole, there is value in teaching children the validity of the singular “they” from a young age.
Internationally known contemporary American artist Carrie Mae Weems’ work will be shown at the Kennedy Museum of Art through March 31.
DJ B-Funk’s EDM music nights ‘Alexa Play Some Bangers’ hosted by The Union will continue this Thursday.
The biennial exhibition will feature work from 50 artists from seven different states, each of whom live in a city or county sharing the same name: Athens.
People are choosing warmth and mobility in all their trendiest attire this winter.
The one-day event will feature nine artists on stage this year.
New Year’s Eve in Athens compares to a regular weekend night — with more champagne.
The gala will feature a ball drop by Passion Works Studio and special drinks.
Breads, cookies and custom-ordered treats are sold to those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth during the holidays.
Ivy Whaley from the student organization We Are First shares her experience being a first-generation college student from Appalachia.
Adam McKay’s ‘Vice’ received the most nominations with a whopping six, including Best Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
The holiday will begin Dec. 26.
Little Fish Brewing Company will bring friends and families together for a night of good food, music and craft beer.
OU alumni are all over the country.