The Jewish holiday Purim, which begins Wednesday evening through nightfall Thursday, recognizes the survival of the Jewish people following an attempted genocide.
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Partnering with WellWorks at Ohio University, Rick Weber, a Pomeroy resident, piloted the support group for people recovering from substance use disorders in 2019.
A look ahead into fest season.
The class will be held at ARTS/West, 132 W. State St., on Wednesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
CFI is accepting donations via Cause Connector for its “Growing Our Winter Food Supply” project.
David Raterman’s podcast, The Pink Moon Murders, can be heard on Apple Music, Spotify, iHeart and YouTube.
Ohio University’s Speech and Debate team grants a glimpse into the hard work they put into their craft in the week before their upcoming national tournament.
Photographers Lynn Johnson and Patricia Lanza created the photo exhibition titled “The Van Gogh Affect” that is currently on display at the Kennedy Museum of Art.
Here’s what you can do in and around Athens this weekend.
The literary journal has been around since 1994, allowing for writers to be acknowledged for their work.
The season finale of the teen drama Euphoria aired Sunday night and caused varied reactions.
After almost a year of anticipation, bar owners and bartenders are excited to see Ohio University students continue the longtime tradition.
The non-profit pharmacy’s mission is to ensure all residents in Southeast Ohio have access to safe and effective medications.
The College of Fine Arts recently created a new certificate that provides students knowledge on the connection between the arts and health impacts.
A bill proposed in Ohio’s House of Representatives would allow midwives to practice more efficiently if passed.
The campaign brings awareness to adolescent and young adult, or AYA, lymphoma.
Evans’ work will be recognized March 16 at a celebratory event.
Tucked away in Nelsonville, Ohio, is a small cluster of shops and eateries.