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Athens-based Crooked Spines perform at the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival. Audio and video by Max Look, JC Griffith, and Wyatt Zelle. Editing by JC Griffith.
June 4 marked the close of the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival, featuring performances by the likes of Son Volt, Shannon and the Clams, Emmylou Harris, Wesley Bright and the Honeytones, and so many more. WOUB’s Marie Swartz and Joseph Snider were there to get photographic proof of the high quality of the final day of the… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – The top lawyer for Ohio’s prison system says the state may have a path to obtaining a long-sought lethal injection drug if it can locate the proper ingredients. Attorney Stephen Gray suggests in a recently unsealed court deposition that Ohio has listed a compounding pharmacist as a possible source of a… Read More
Four days. Four days of music, standing, art, standing, friends (both new and old), standing, moshing, standing, standing and standing. I feel like that song “Zombie” by The Cranberries except instead of being about violence in Northern Ireland it’s about how tired I am. That isn’t to say there wasn’t enjoyment to be had at… Read More
Son Volt performs their song “Lost Souls” off of their 2017 album “Notes of Blue” at the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival. Video and audio by Jacob Hock, Joe Votaw, and James Miller. Editing by Jacob Hock.
Take a look at Twin Peaks’ phenomenal Porch Stage set at the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival on Saturday, June 3. The group performed “Butterfly” from their 2016 album Down In Heaven. Video and audio by James Miller, Joe Votaw, and Jacob Hock. Editing by Joe Votaw.
Wesley Bright & the Honeytones blew away audiences at the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival with their dynamic live performances. Video and audio by James Miller, Joe Votaw, and Jacob Hock. Editing by Joe Votaw
Jenny Lewis performs “Just One of the Guys” off of her 2014 Warner Bros. Records release The Voyager at the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival. Video and audio by Joe Votaw, Jacob Hock, and James Miller. Editing by Jacob Hock.
Check out this video of Jay Som performing “Ghost” and “Everybody Works” at the 2017 Nelsonville Music Festival. Video and audio by James Miller, Joe Votaw, and Jacob Hock. Editing by James Miller.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Two Ohio state agencies hope to reduce chronic health problems by getting more people to walk and bicycle safely. The Ohio departments of Health and Transportation launched the Your Move campaign last week. Officials hope that getting people out of their cars and increasing their levels of physical activity will help… Read More
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Ohio State University is considering whether to require employees and their same-sex partners to be married for partners to receive benefits starting in 2019. The proposed change would affect about 100 employees and their dependents currently enrolled in university benefit plans. Ohio State has more than 42,000 employees statewide. The change… Read More
KENT, Ohio (AP) – Kent State University wants to hire more research faculty with savings from buyouts offered to existing faculty members ready to retire. Officials say the school plans to use projected savings of nearly $19 million from the buyout to hire tenure track, research-focused faculty over the next eight years. The university’s board… Read More