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The Ohio University Division of Theater will present Jane Martin’s Anton in Show Business from Nov. 11-15 in the Forum Theater, located on the ground floor of the Radio-Television Building. While backstage comedies always run the risk of being a little too “self referential,” Anton in Show Business perfectly illuminates the highs and lows of… Read More
A horror movie shot in Belpre will be screened this Saturday at the Athena Cinema. The Axeman of Henderson County is about a small town terrorized by an axe-wielding serial killer. The movie is described as a “campy, tongue-in-cheek thriller/comedy.” The film’s cast consists of WWE Hall of Famer “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan, West Virginia University… Read More
Ohio starting quarterback Derrius Vick is protected by his best best friend and Ohio offensive lineman, Mike McQueen.
Meredith Ashy anchors one of the best defenses in the Mid-American Conference as the Bobcats look to repeat success from last year.
Replacing a legend is never an easy task, but in college athletics, it’s inevitable. Ohio wrestling faces that challenge as it will be without heavyweight Jeremy Johnson for the first time in five seasons. Johnson graduated in the spring, as the winningest wrestler in school history with 143 victories. And while no one is going to… Read More
WOUB contributor Scott Pfeiffer reviews the new film Birdman, a comeback of sorts for Michael Keaton, with top-notch performances from Edward Norton, Naomi Watts and Emma Stone.
The artwork of Zanesville Appalachian Arts Project (ZAAP) members will be on display during a reception at the Ohio University Zanesville Campus Library on Newark Road. The free reception and art demonstrations will take place on Thursday, Nov. 13 at 6:30 p.m. Three artists who are active members of ZAAP will demonstrate their art processes… Read More
An Albany man has been granted judicial release after serving a year in prison for robbing a bank in Athens. Emmanuel Arocho, 32, was sentenced to four years in prison in October of last year after pleading guilty to a second-degree felony charge of robbery. On July 8, 2013, Arocho walked into Peoples Bank on… Read More
Walking along the front aisles inside Athens Wal-Mart it is hard to miss the array of pictures on the front wall and a nearby display. They're not just random photographs, however. Each one of the 600 or so photos has special meaning. Each depicts a person from the Athens area who has served or is… Read More
Senior forward Maurice Ndour jumps over two teammates at Bobcat Madness, winning the Ohio men's basketball dunk contest on Tuesday. (Hannah Reynolds) Ohio University cheerleaders sit in the rain during their game against Buffalo at Peden Stadium on Wednesday. (Logan Riely) Bobcats guard Stevie Taylor waits for his name to be called prior to their game against Marietta… Read More
The Muskingum University Library Author Talk Series will host a lecture and reading by Assistant Professor of English Amanda Adams on Thursday, Nov. 20 at 3:30 p.m. in room 336 of Boyd Science Center. Dr. Adams’ newest book is Performing Authorship in the Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic Lecture Tour. The book expands an understanding of what it… Read More
Ohio has been awarded more than $1.7 million in federal funding to support mental health and substance abuse treatment. Officials with the federal Health Resources and Services Administration said the Affordable Care Act funding will support seven health centers in Ohio. The centers will use it to establish or expand behavioral health services for… Read More
Operators of a nuclear power plant in northeast Ohio say there are no safety concerns after it automatically shut down. FirstEnergy Nuclear Operating Co. says early indications are that Friday's shutdown at the Perry nuclear power east of Cleveland was caused by a voltage problem in an electrical panel. Those panels supply power… Read More
A state fire official says a boy playing with a lighter caused a fire that killed his brother and sister. Assistant state fire marshal Shawn Alderman tells media outlets that the victims were a 9-year-old boy and a 3-year-old girl. Both died of smoke inhalation. The fire occurred Sunday morning at a mobile… Read More