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NMF ’18: Defining Authenticity with Nick Waterhouse

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For over 16 years, Nick Waterhouse has been executing nearly perfect R&B influenced by the likes of both widely recognized greats like Bert Berns and John Lee Hooker and lesser known, but equally laudable acts, such as Little Willie John and Titus Turner. Waterhouse isn’t a simple musician, and shouldn’t be readily categorized as only a… Read More

The Dairy Barn Arts Center to Establish the Quilt National Collection


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The Dairy Barn Arts Center, home of Quilt National, is excited to announce a collaboration with the Ardis & Robert James Foundation and the International Quilt Study Center & Museum (IQSCM) to establish the Quilt National Collection at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. This collection will bring together Quilt National quilts to preserve, study and document… Read More

Landslide In Hocking County One Of Dozens Damaging SE Ohio Roads

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An Ohio Department of Transportation official says another landslide in southeastern Ohio has partially collapsed a road in Hocking County adding to the unusual amount of landslides reported this spring. ODOT Public Information Officer Ashley Rittenhouse said a clogged drainage pipe underneath a part of State Route 374 between Cantwell Cliff Road and Woltz Road caused… Read More

Our Town: Nelsonville | Friday, June 1 at 8:30


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WOUB’s Our Town series will re-broadcast “Nelsonville” in June.  Our Town is a series of hour-long specials showcasing towns and cities in the WOUB Public Media viewing area. Produced by WOUB Public Media, the television series visits towns large and small to uncover their histories, highlight their unique contributions to the region and explore the… Read More

WWII Vet Graduates 74 Years Later

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CIRCLEVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A 94-year-old World War II veteran from Ohio is celebrating Memorial Day with a high school diploma. Circleville High School honored Robert Lockard at its graduation ceremony Sunday. Lockard was a student at Circleville and would have graduated in 1944, but he dropped out and later joined the Army. He served… Read More