All posts by Athena Cocoves

What Flattening The Curve Looks Like Locally

COVID-19 has transformed our daily lives in both tangible and intangible ways. How we feel, communicate and spend our days continues to rapidly change, with the full impact still to be seen. But, as we collectively stop to hear the day’s new numbers at Gov. DeWine and Amy Acton’s 2pm press conference, we are all

Are You A Service Industry Worker? Samuel Adams Wants To Give You $1,000

In March, Boston-based brewery Samuel Adams partnered with The Greg Hill Foundation to raise more than $500,000 for its Restaurant Strong grant program, which offered financial support to Massachusetts service industry workers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.  Since then, they have raised more than $2 million to give a little help to workers in 19

Virtual Experience: Tree City Film Festival

Need to take a break from whatever show you’re binge-watching?  See the 2020 Tree City Film Festival online from Friday, April 17 – Thursday, April 30.  The Sylvania Arts festival began in 2012 with the 50 Hour Challenge for area filmmakers. Teams of adults have already spent 50 hours writing shooting and editing complete films