"King heed no one, nobody at all… I
think," shouts a belly-baring King of Siam, clad in a deep burgundy and
gold robe, loose pants with a wide gold belt and gold cuffs tightly
wrapped around his ankles.
Celebrating its 100th birthday, the Dairy Barn Arts Center on Richland Avenue is presenting a new exhibition called, "Art We Use." The international exhibition features 127 works by 68 artists from 25 states and two foreign countries
The Athens County Child Advocacy Center
(CAC) and the Athens County CASA/GAL Program are hosting a joint
fundraising event called Movin' & Groovin' 2014 at 6 p.m. this
Friday at the Ohio University Inn and Conference Center Patio.
The Nelsonville Music Festival drew to a
close Sunday after drawing the biggest crowds in the event's 10-year
history over the four-day weekend, in which was yet another mainly fun,
safe, positive environment at the Hocking College Robbins Crossing
festival and campsite.
The fourth and final day of the Nelsonville Music Festival gets under way Sunday, with perhaps the best string of acts of the four-day extravaganza this afternoon on the Main Stage. It will have to be impressive to top the Saturday evening performances by the Head and the Heart and the Avett Brothers.
The Hitch-Hikers, a Nelsonville rock
band from the '60s, will be playing their fourth reunion benefit show
Friday night at Stuart's Opera House, with all proceeds going to the
Nelsonville Food Cupboard.