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Now I Obsessively Count the Words: Speaking With Writer Larry Smith

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Writer Larry Smith has always believed that the most interesting things are other people. Even before social media made it possible to keep tabs on everything your ex-best friends eat for lunch, Smith was working to find a way to make story telling easy and inviting in the digital age. He found inspiration in the literary legend… Read More

AP Explains: Why Speaker-Less Ohio House Can’t Pass Bills

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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Parliamentarians are having their day at the Ohio Statehouse with Republican House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger’s resignation last month creating a historic mid-session vacancy. Ohio House Speaker Pro Tempore Kirk Schuring, a Canton Republican, has handled daily operations since Rosenberger’s April 12 departure amid an FBI investigation. But Schuring’s leadership role only… Read More

NMF ’18: Discussing Social Disease, Revolutionary Love, and Rage With Ani DiFranco

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Long categorized as an angry woman for expressing the experiences of marginalized people, Ani DiFranco has been writing music that illuminates the human experience for over 40 years. Throughout her career, her music has proven to have the ability to move from hyper-personal to outwardly political, all within the context of a single four minute track. \ WOUB’s… Read More