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DACO Joins Growing Efforts to Create Accessibility

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In this installment of Conversations From Studio B, WOUB’s Emily Votaw spoke with Autumn Brown, the transition manager for ATCO Adult Services and Passion Works Studio, and Trisha Clifford-Sprouse, the acting co-director of the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio (DACO), about DACO’s new sensory friendly museum tours and the effort that organizations like ATCO and Passion… Read More

Misfits Theatre Presents “The Drowsy Chaperone” At ARTS/West

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Theater often pokes fun at itself for the sake of nuanced storytelling, much to the delight of the audience, the actors, and everyone else concerned. The Drowsy Chaperone is a 1998 meta-musical-within-a-comedy and an excellent example of that very theatrical device. The story revolves around an opinionated old-school musical theater fan listening to (and commenting… Read More

‘Singing Like Painting Words In the Air’: Talking With Adam Torres


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In September, former Athens resident and Ohio University student Adam Torres released Pearls to Swine, his critically acclaimed Fat Possum Records debut. This occurred some 10 years after the recording of his debut album, Nostra Nova, (which was christened a “cult classic” after it’s re-release on Misra Records in 2015) with a slew of Athens-centric musicians at 3… Read More

Scripps College Alumnus Leads the E.W. Scripps Company in Analytics


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Eric Duell has transitioned from a former photojournalist to be the Vice President of Analytics and Intelligence at the E. W. Scripps Company headquartered in Cincinnati. He graduated from the School of Visual Communication at Ohio University and spent time as a photojournalist before he made a career transition. Now, he works with data and… Read More

Reporter and Editorial Cartoonist Team-up to Create Web-based Graphic Story


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Long-time print reporter Lucy May and editorial cartoonist Kevin Necessary joined forces at WCPO.com to create a unique form of long-form journalism and storytelling. They wrote and illustrated a six chapter “Graphic Non-fiction” piece called “Childhood Saved: From Needles and Neglect to Hugs and Hope.” It is a story of one family struggling with childhood… Read More