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How COVID-19 affects voting for this upcoming election

Ohioans are encouraged to vote by mail and polling places are changing protocols to ensure social distancing regulations. by Aubreyonna Van Hoose American citizens are concerned how voting will look and that their votes will be counted due to the influence of COVID-19 on the upcoming election. How can voters stay safe and enact their

Comedian Brian Regan prepares to tickle Funny Bone

In these tumultuous and chaotic times, it can be hard sometimes to see the lighter side of things— which makes comedians crucial for coping, according to Brian Regan. “I think comedy is very important. I think it always has been and always will be. Sometimes people aren’t sure how they’re supposed to think or feel

HILDO 9/9/2020: Only in it for the perks

Motivating factor in City Politics  Last column we renewed some old hack bashing, reminiscing about failed candidates and other losers from the Ghost of City Politics Past. While polishing up the old darts to toss at some of our favorite befuddled targets, it got us to thinking.        What would possibly possess a soul to run

2020 Bloody Mary Roundup

Looking for a snack perched on a glass? The Bloody Mary has been satisfying the hungry and thirsty since the early 1900s. Want to find the best Mary for you? Check out our round-up of the best local spots. You’re welcome. Attic on Adams  1701 Adams St | 419-243-5350 | theatticonadams.com The Attic on Adams

Enjoy an evening of nature films at Field of Dreams

If you love the great outdoors and have been looking for an excuse to head to the drive-in, the Black Swamp Conservancy has got your back. The group is hosting a screening of nature documentaries at the Field of Dreams Drive-In on Tuesday, August 11. The event is free and open to the public, though

I Want You to See Me

Issue Box Theatre prides itself on educational and inspiring dialogue about contemporary issues relevant to modern audiences. In its fifth year, Issue Box is opening its floor to members of marginalized communities with its latest project, I Want You to See Me. Throughout July, Issue Box has asked any artist who has suffered from oppression