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WOUB-TV to Shed Light on Opioid Epidemic With Weekly Specials

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The opioid epidemic is a national issue with deep, unfortunate roots in portions of Southeast Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia. For the next several weeks, WOUB-TV will be providing programming every Thursday night exploring the ins and outs of the highly addictive and all-too-readily available painkilling substances. Take a look at the programming information below… Read More

Lancaster Festival Celebrates Season of Firsts July 19-28

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The beloved summertime tradition that is the Lancaster Festival is occurring once again, Thursday, July 19 through Saturday, July 28. The festival includes oodles of free entertainment for the whole family, from performances from the legendary Lancaster Festival Orchestra to live music in downtown Lancaster at noon, to the annual artwalk on Friday, July 20…. Read More

All Ages, Entirely Free Appalachian Music Week July 30 – August 3 at Stuart’s

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July 30 through August 3 Stuart’s Opera House will be offering an entirely free, inter-generational Appalachian music week, featuring workshops for various Appalachian instruments, a free lunch with vegan and vegetarian options, open jam sessions, and much more. The week is a result of a collaboration between Stuart’s Opera House, the Nelsonville Public Library, and… Read More

Stuart’s Performing Arts Camp to Culminate With Public Performances

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“Spolier alert: it’s very moving; there’s a lot of weeping, from the adults,” said Emily Prince, the arts education director at Stuart’s Opera House, in an interview with WOUB in reference to the deeply endearing performing arts performances coming to the stage at Stuart’s on Friday, June 29. The series of dramatic performances and songs… Read More

SEO History Center to Present “The Many Phantoms of the Kirkbride Hospitals” June 23

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As a part of their “Athens Asylum: 150 Years of a Healing Landscape” series, the Southeast Ohio History Center will present “The Many Phantoms of the Kirkbride Hospitals” on Saturday, June 23 at 2 p.m. at the Ridges Auditorium (Building 23 on The Ridges campus in Athens, OH). The presentation will be led by Robert… Read More