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Stuart’s Welcomes Niger’s Tal National For Free Show in Grand Lobby


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Stuart’s Opera House in Nelsonville, Ohio hosts a free evening of music with Niger’s Tal National in our brand new Grand Lobby on Thursday, March 15 at 7:30 p.m. Presented with support from Ohio University Performing Arts & Concert Series, Ohio University African Studies, and Ohio University’s Black Student Cultural Programming Board and Multicultural Center… Read More

WOAP Announces Winner of the 2018 Appalachian Advocate Award


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The Women of Appalachia Project (WOAP), Ohio University Multicultural Center and Women’s Center is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2018 Women of Appalachia Project (WOAP) Appalachian Advocate Award is author and archivist, Phyllis Wilson Moore. The award is given yearly to a women who has dedicated herself to enhancing the wellbeing of Appalachian… Read More

Poet Maggie Smith to Kick Off Spoken and Heard Series March 15

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Maggie Smith is the Bexley, OH-based poet who was recently rocketed to international acclaim with the 2016 publication of her poem “Good Bones,” which was called by the BBC and Public Radio International “the poem of 2016.” Smith has been published widely, having penned three books of poetry: Good Bones (Tupelo Press, 2017); The Well Speaks of Its Own… Read More

Documents Detail Ohio City’s Failed Courtship of Amazon HQ2

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CINCINNATI (AP) – An Ohio River city wooing Amazon’s second headquarters had offered up urban cool and culture along with big-bucks incentives. Cincinnati made a wide-ranging pitch for the Seattle-based e-commerce giant’s second North American headquarters. Newly released files offer a behind-the-scenes look of the hectic weeks after Amazon announced last year it was soliciting… Read More

Group Giving Rebates for Installing Car Charging Stations

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Four real estate development companies will receive rebates for installing electric vehicle charging stations at their apartment and condominium complexes in central Ohio. The Columbus Dispatch reports the developers will receive a total of $170,000 from Smart Columbus for installing stations at 11 properties in and around Columbus during the next… Read More

Kasich: International Partner To Be Named For Belmont County Plant

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Gov. John Kasich says a proposed multi-billion dollar petrochemical plant in eastern Ohio’s Belmont County has a major new international partner. The Republican governor is set to divulge details of the relationship at a Statehouse event Monday. The proposed plant, commonly known as a “cracker,” would convert ethane, a byproduct of… Read More