New Graphic Novel 'Kent State: Four Dead in Ohio' Has Much to Offer in Our Current Climate
Writer and artist Derf Backderf was only 10 years old when the National Guard descended on Kent State in May of 1970 and killed four students after firing into a crowd of protestors.
By Brett Zelman
Tags: Culture, Literature
EATBUTT, MEHORNY and FUCOVID Are Just a Few of the Many Rejected Ohio Vanity Plates in 2020
This year, there were understandably some COVID-19 related plates that were added to the list, like FUCOVID and FKCOVID, basically summing up our feelings about 2020. Also, a lot of butt stuff.
Ohio's Belt Publishing Releases 'Black in the Midwest,' a New Book of Essays About the Black Experience and Racial Identity
The anthology, which is edited by Terrion Williamson, takes a look at the often marginalized identity of Black Midwesterners.
More Than Half of All Ohio Restaurants Fear They'll Permanently Close This Year, According to Survey
That number — 54% — is up from 31% who felt that way in a survey taken the prior week by the Ohio Restaurant Association
Tags: Food News
Ohio State Rep. Nino Vitale Tells Everyone to 'STOP GETTING TESTED!' for COVID-19
Vitale's Facebook post says we're living in a dictatorship and that testing "is giving the government an excuse to claim something is happening that is not happening at the magnitude they say it is happening"
By Maija Zummo and Brett Zelman
Tags: News Feature
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