Every Wednesday in April there is an event to landscape and plant flowers at Emeriti Park from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Emerson Bartlett, known musically as LongStory, was born in Athens but moved often as a child, a theme which would continue into adulthood as well.
The performance breaks the boundaries of what art is known and supposed to be.
The program is in the top 25% in the nation and has a lot of unique opportunities for students to learn.
The Oscar winner is the sixth Hollywood figure to be banned from attending the awards.
The AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame welcomes motorcycle connoisseurs into its extensive display of motorcycle and motorcyclist history.
Intentional communities have long been a part of life in and around Athens. But during the pandemic, currently-operating intentional living endeavors provided residents with unique benefits.
The war in Ukraine may seem like a distant issue for U.S. citizens, but for leaders and members of Chabad at Ohio University, there is a special connection.
On Wednesday, the Diversity Leadership Institute hosted an Anti-Bias Education program to discuss biases within the education system and how they can be addressed on Ohio University’s campuses.
The MakerSpace and Athens County Public Library are hosting the prom preparation upcycling.
The Ohio Art Corridor is a series of outdoor art installations across Southeast Ohio.
AUISP helps to host and financially support asylum seekers and refugees.
Kim Addonizio, Lauren Groff and Ira Sukrungruang delivered lectures and readings from their works in literature.
The audience was able to listen to survivors and march through the streets.
Athens’ own CAAMP performs, attracting locals, students and alumni.