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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

Summer in Southeast Ohio: a 2018 Guide

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Southeast Ohio is a diverse stretch of the state, and this summer the region will not disappoint with its numerous music festivals, a plethora of potential outdoor adventures, and delectable regional food and drink! Conservatories/Botanical gardens/Zoos The Wilds 14000 International Road, Cumberland, OH (Guernsey) What was once an area devastated by strip mining has since… Read More

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

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

PHOTOS: DACO’s Creating the Illusion Exhibition

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Costumes within the context of film and theater are more than just pretty to look at. They imply nuances to the characters they cover, and have the potential to create a greater emotional depth without any unnecessary exposition. Through August 12 the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio will spotlight some particularly cultural relevant costumes in their exhibition… Read More

The Nelsonville Music Festival: Connecting the Community With the Arts Since 2005

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Every year a blister of incredible music, gorgeously rendered artwork, and an undefinable yet undeniably palpable community spirit erupts in all it’s ephemeral glory all over Robbins Crossing at Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio, a four-day experience known as the Nelsonville Music Festival, produced by Stuart’s Opera House. This year headliners include George Clinton and… Read More