With donation from Jackie O's, Athens Mount Zion Baptist Church Preservation Society honors the past while looking toward the future.
Local Cottage Food Operations have felt both the good and the bad over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The opening of The North End is highly anticipated among students and diners.
A look at how Ohio University’s environmental impact has changed due to the pandemic.
El Camino continues to provide Athens with authentic food and cheerful service amid COVID-19.
Fisher owns the restaurant with his wife, Aysha.
As interest grows in plant-based diets, people are seeing more benefits.
Live Healthy Appalachia and the Esselstyn family are teaming up to educate people on plant-based diets.
Here’s some fun events to check out this weekend.
Some are even starting a “kombucha delivery service.”
Dr. May is taking COVID-19 precautions very seriously.
Vendors like Cricket Jones and Seeds & Things will be at the sale.
People can get free lunches from Tavolino from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Tuesday.
Employees and volunteers of Rural Action, AmeriCorps and other organizations work at the auction.
This April, OU is celebrating its first ever Virtual Earth Month due to the global pandemic.
Athens summer faces cancelations, postponements and more.
Bagel Street Deli, Brenen’s Coffee Cafe and Donkey Coffee and Espresso are just some of the businesses impacted by the pandemic.
Some vendors have found new ways to sell their products.
I’ll be spending the month of March celebrating coffee pairing.