Today Monday, March 25, 2024

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Passion Cracked Bottle electrifies Milliron Fest 

Ashley Pomplas | March 25, 2024

A common denominator for the variety of styles of rock music is the target audience. The target audience is typically teenagers and pre-teens, but artists find themselves reflecting a simplified approach with songs dealing with familiar subjects. The members of Passion Cracked Bottle — who write all of their own lyrics — aim to create fun, creative and relatable music for everyone to enjoy. Passion Cracked Bottle is a local band consisting of four members: Isaac Tackett on drums, Jonah Diddle on vocals, Brayden Kingery on bass and Tony Whobery on guitar. Click here to read more.

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Wrestling: Peyten Kellar becomes All-American at NCAA Championships

Marc Goldstein | March 25, 2024

Peyten Kellar has been on one of the most dominant runs seen by an Ohio wrestler in years. However, he was not given the amount of national attention expected for the No. 7 seed in the NCAA Championships. Kellar became the first Ohio wrestler to become an All-American since Cody Walters, current Ohio assistant coach, did so in 2016. Throughout the weekend, Kellar went 6-2 and claimed 5th place. Click here to read the full story.

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Baseball: Ohio falls in final game against Central Michigan 

Logan Sheets | March 25, 2024

Ohio came into the weekend's final game looking to take the series against Central Michigan. After losing the first game and winning the second in a doubleheader Saturday, Ohio looked to carry momentum into Sunday. The Bobcats did not produce a run until the sixth inning during Sunday’s game, which ultimately led to a 7-2 defeat. Click here to read the full breakdown.

Quinntessential: Why women’s March Madness isn’t upset-heavy

Quinn Elfers | March 25, 2024

March Madness is the best three weeks in college sports, hands down. What makes this sporting event so entertaining are the multiple Cinderella runs we see from colleges we have never heard of. However, there never seem to be any of these runs from the women's side of the tournament. This year, in women’s college basketball, there was only one case of the higher seed beating the lower seed. In comparison, there were 11 upsets in the first round of men’s March Madness. Opinion writer Quinn Elfers examines the causes for this difference in underdog excitement. Click here to read more.

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Barbenheimer may have saved the movie theater experience

Nyla Gilbert | March 25, 2024

At-home movie premieres during quarantine gave people a sense of joy and normalcy. While it was not the same, people still enjoyed some of the thrill of the movie theater experience. This has majorly affected the movie industry even after the lift of COVID-19 restrictions, as many theaters lost profit during the height of the pandemic and were unable to recover. Barbenheimer inspired people to create and partake in dozens of viral trends, including wearing glam and pink to see "Barbie'' in theaters. As movie theaters become more active in movie marketing, are we seeing the resurgence of theater culture? Or will this wave die when the buzz of Barbenheimer wears off? Click here to read the full story.

Today's weather: Partly cloudy skies today with a high of 68 degrees. Clouds will move in tonight with rain beginning tomorrow morning.

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