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The Pride of Queens: Celebrating Drag in Athens

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Tucked away among the many venues of Athens, Ohio sits the wine bar Athens Uncorked. A rainbow flag hangs from outside, welcoming all who come. The music is subtle and calm, but at least once every month there’s a new track, the volume turned up and accompanied by the quips of queens. The bar is transformed into a venue fit for a drag show…. Read More

GOP Incumbent, Accuser at Odds Over Texts in Ohio House Race

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – A female constituent with whom an Ohio state lawmaker acknowledged exchanging sexually-tinged texts has launched a campaign to unseat him and threatened to release more details about their relationship if he doesn’t resign. The unusual faceoff between Republican Rep. Rick Perales, of Beavercreek, and nurse Jocelyn Smith has exploded out of… Read More

Media of Pride

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Friday, February 2nd students gather in a conference room in baker center, it is the beginning of the 48-hour shootout. The students involved will spend every hour of the next two days creating a 3 to 5-minute film. A representative from each team will be surrounding their phones as they enter the room. While they… Read More

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Episode 025 : Clarence Page


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Columnist and broadcaster Clarence Page is one of the nation’s most insightful and respected commentators. When Clarence won the prestigious 2018 Kiplinger Award for distinguished lifetime contributions to journalism, the judges said that he has distinguished himself in every medium in a rapidly changing news environment, tackling the thorniest issues with good humor and humility…. Read More

West Virginia Officials Want New Needle Exchange Rules Reviewed

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – A health department in West Virginia wants an attorney to review new rules that a police chief established for a needle exchange program. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department board voted Wednesday to keep the needle exchange portion of its harm-reduction program suspended while the attorney reviews the rules… Read More