Music and Arts

In the wake of Women’s History Month, Ohio University E.W. Scripps School of Journalism Professor Marilyn Greenwald offers her fourth book, titled Pauline Frederick Reporting: A Pioneering Broadcaster Covers the Cold War.

The book, published in January of this year, chronicles the life of Pauline Frederick, the first female network reporter. Born in 1908, Frederick became a household name after being hired by NBC.

More than 300 films will be screened through April 9
Ruth Bradley reflects on 28 years of directing the Athens International Film + Video Festival

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Nine more acts have been added to this year's fest, scheduled for May 28-31
Donna Coleman talks about upcoming teaching residency, concert events

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Arts

Controversial film will be screened several times through next week
"A Comedian Sees the World" was singled out by film critic Leonard Maltin
New exhibit takes cue from classic Dr. Seuss book
Deadline to submit poetry, stories and songs is Jan. 15
Award-winning film will be screened Jan. 26 at the Athena Cinema
Film stars Reese Witherspoon, directed by "Dallas Buyers Club's" Jean-Marc Vallée
Annual show will be performed Dec. 17-21

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