I Mistakenly Tried to Explore the Ohio Art Corridor Before It Was on Display. I Ended with a Cheeseburger in McConnelsville.
by Scott Thomas
Andrew and I made our biggest mistake when we set our GPS. At about 10 a.m., my roommate/cameraman Andrew Allison and I headed to Nelsonville...
by Emi Baron
Two months, an X-Acto knife and a hunk of scrap wood from a construction site. These are the supplies master wood sculptor Spirit relied on...
by Halle Dray
Tyson Whistler is the owner of Whistler Ice Works, an independent ice-sculpting business located in the basement of his home in Marietta. Whistler’s artistic endeavors...
by Halle Dray
Photo taken and provided by: Talcon Quinn Talcon Quinn is an eighth-generation Athenian who forages and wildcrafts using traditional techniques, objects and living beings from...
by Abby Miller
On Sam Carr Road in Laurelville, there’s a sign that’s proven to make some vehicles slow down to get a better look. A black Bigfoot...
by Alex Porter
Nathan Adkins’ start to timber framing came unexpectedly. Prior to becoming the founder and owner of Pioneer Timber Framing, his profession was quite the opposite of what he finds...
Southeast Ohio Talks Trash: With a grant from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, organizations around the area have ramped up recycling and conservation efforts
by Will Price
The conveyor belt work started around 3 p.m. Rural Action volunteers set up numerous clearly-marked waste stations while supporters ate from food trucks, listened to bands, and watched skate demos at the Athens 2021 Skate...