Month: May 2017

Couple builds on recycled material

Couple builds on recycled material

Down a winding back road in Philo sits the home of Annie and Jay Warmke. But this isn’t an average house made of brick, siding or stone. The Warmke’s house is made of trash. The walls are filled with mud-packed tires and covered with a […]

Castle Inn Mystery Nights are spooky fun

Castle Inn Mystery Nights are spooky fun

The Castle Inn Bed and Breakfast in Circleville maintains a tall and imposing figure across the landscape. And on the last Friday of every month, it offers a role-playing event that Agatha Christie would likely approve of: a murder mystery.   On this particular evening, […]

Climb Athens Center Brings Bouldering to the Community

Climb Athens Center Brings Bouldering to the Community

Ted Welser pushes aside a vacuum plastic curtain and climbs a set of steep stairs that lead to the loft of his garage on the residential east side of Athens.  The plywood walls are barely visible under interlocking nobs and bits. Polyurethane climbing holds make […]

Zanesville’s Bryan Place designed for business

Zanesville’s Bryan Place designed for business

From the outside, Bryan Place in Zanesville looks like a large, old building. White columns and archways support its brick exterior and multitude of windows. But behind the black, iron fence and through the trees and flowers is a seemingly out-of-place sign that teases Sunday […]

The community value of Fun Barn and Movies 10

The community value of Fun Barn and Movies 10

  When you open the wide double doors of the Fun Barn and Movies 10 in Nelsonville, the use of the word “barn” begins to make sense the game kiosks are lined-up like horse stalls in a stable, straight back and side by side on […]

Portsmouth Students Cultivate Human Rights Garden

Portsmouth Students Cultivate Human Rights Garden

In today’s politically and socially charged environment, it can feel challenging to find positive outlets for children. However, Portsmouth City School students found inspiration in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. They used their artful handiwork to instill themes of community, health and […]

What’s your story, sorority house boy?

What’s your story, sorority house boy?

Q: What is your major and hometown? How many siblings do you have? A: I am an Information and Telecommunication Systems major from Virginia Beach, VA. I have a brother who is three years older than me. Q: How/when did you hear about this House […]

Zanesville Concert Association

Zanesville Concert Association

While the unassuming city of Zanesville may not seem like a hub for the arts, the Zanesville Concert Association has been putting on concerts featuring widely known entertainers such as Tony Bennett and Art Garfunkel since 1938.   “There are some people that think you […]

Chillicothe Woman Makes Artisan Truffles, Other Chocolates

Chillicothe Woman Makes Artisan Truffles, Other Chocolates

In 2012 Janet Bowers retired from her long career in Psychology work and needed a way to keep busy. She turned to her love for chocolate, and began researching and creating truffles from locally sourced ingredients in her family farm kitchen. Mixing New and Old […]

Powell’s Premier League

Powell’s Premier League

70-year-old Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) legend Renee Powell defies expectations. For example, to presume her latest trip to the Bahamas was filled with leisure and relaxation would be a mistake.   In reality, Renee was there on business as a guest of ministry and tourism […]