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J.D. Hutchison at Gladden House, 2014

2014 Gladden House Sessions: J.D. Hutchison


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WOUB Public Media, in partnership with the Ohio University School of Media Arts & Studies and the Nelsonville Music Festival, is proud to present The Gladden House Sessions, a 15-part video series.

On this episode, Athens, Ohio, music legend J.D. Hutchison tells stories and performs three songs: "You and the World Outside," "If I Had Possession Over Judgment Day" and "Ready on the Firing Line."

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Suburban Columbus Pay Proposal Draws Wide Interest

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A suburban Columbus school district wants to replace scheduled teacher raises with merit pay and bonuses. And it wants to eliminate its group health care coverage. The contract proposal has caught the attention of labor experts, school administrators, and teacher unions. With just a few weeks before a new school year starts, Reynoldsburg schools are… Read More

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70th Ohio Annual Exhibition Deadline Extended


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The Zanesville Museum of Art’s 70th Ohio Annual Exhibition has extended its deadline for receiving entries until Aug. 15. The Ohio Annual is a competitive, juried exhibition open to all Ohio artists. Formely the Zanesville Museum of Art’s May Show, the exhibition has been expanded from a regional show to state-wide. The Museum’s mission for… Read More

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OU Wants To Come ‘Back To Logan And Hocking County’

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Ohio University representatives Kris Adam and Greg Hollback visited the Hocking County Commissioners during their Tuesday meeting. They stated their mission is “to bring Ohio University back to Logan and Hocking County.” They previewed upcoming events aimed toward that goal, including the Logan Marching Chieftains performing at Peden Stadium on Sept. 20; and two separate… Read More

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Athens County Law Enforcement Agencies Join Major Crimes Task Force

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Law enforcement officials from several departments within Athens County have officially joined with officers from Fairfield County and Hocking County to form a major crimes task force. The Athens County Sheriff's Office, Nelsonville Police Department, Athens Police Department, Ohio University Police Department and the Athens County Prosecutor's Office have joined with the Fairfield-Hocking Major Crimes… Read More

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Newark Band Director Pleads Guilty To Sex Charges

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A former central Ohio band director accused of inappropriate conduct with three students has pleaded guilty to 13 counts, including felony sexual battery and misdemeanor sexual imposition. Anthony Miller of Westerville changed his pleas Tuesday in Licking County court. Authorities say the charges against the 33-year-old Miller reflect his conduct with three females who were… Read More

Josh Antonuccio with Trampled by Turtles

Forecastle Chat: Q&A with Trampled by Turtles

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Duluth, Minnesota's Trampled by Turtles have become a fixture of the U.S. festival circuit, having performed at Coachella, Bumbershoot and the Austin City Limits Music festivals, to name a few.

WOUB contributor Josh Antonuccio caught up with band members Ryan Young and Erik Berry at Louisville's Forecastle Festival, where they discussed the group's recent appearance on Late Show with David Letterman and their upcoming sold-out gig at Red Rocks Amphitheater.

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Cincinnati, Hamilton County Start National LGBTQ Youth Homelessness Initiative

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Among homeless kids and teens, LGBTQ (Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or questioning) youth have an especially hard time.  Lighthouse Youth Services is among a handful of groups trying to identify and address issues that specifically affect homeless LGBTQ youth. Planning and Policy Director Meredith Hicks said that population is over-represented among all homeless kids and… Read More

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Price Quotes Being Sought By Electrical Aggregation Council

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An organization formed by Athens and Athens County to pursue electric aggregation took a key step Tuesday, sending out a request for electricity price quotes and related services. The Southeast Ohio Public Energy Council was formed after voters in Athens and the unincorporated areas of Athens County approved electric aggregation last fall. Aggregation is the… Read More