The Last Ride

The Last Ride

By Graig Graziosi “Let me guess, you’re from Youngstown?” the attendant asked. I didn’t expect anyone in Brooklyn to know …

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Inspiration Born From Blight

Inspiration Born From Blight

By Liam Bouquet Chris Rutushin was born to Youngstown in 1976, on the edge of the steel mill collapse — …

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Homegrown Show Gives Local Bands a Shot Airplay

Homegrown Show Gives Local Bands a Shot Airplay

By Drew Zuhosky Since 1987, WNCD-FM — known on-air as 93.3 The Wolf — has been playing a mix of …

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Beyond the Ring: Nonprofit Burnside Boxing Strives to Help Troubled Youths

Beyond the Ring: Nonprofit Burnside Boxing Strives to Help Troubled Youths

By Steve Wilaj It’s an unflattering look for Keith Burnside. Then again, to flatter is the farthest thing from the …

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Bringing the Silver Screen to the Rust Belt

Bringing the Silver Screen to the Rust Belt

By Justin Wier People are gathered together on folding chairs in the back of the Nove Gatto art gallery in …

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YSU Struggles to Recruit, Retain and Graduate Minority Students

YSU Struggles to Recruit, Retain and Graduate Minority Students

By Liam Bouquet Youngstown State University is struggling to maintain a racially diverse student body, and that group of students …

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TEDWomen Pushing Forward

TEDWomen Pushing Forward

By Alyssa Pawluk TEDxYoungstownWomen, an event on May 29 that will be held at The Fifth Floor, a restaurant and …

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YSU Tennis Wins Back-To-Back Horizon League Championships

YSU Tennis Wins Back-To-Back Horizon League Championships

By Dan Hiner and Drew Zuhosky The Youngstown State University women’s tennis team won its second Horizon League championship on …

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Penguins Offense Stalls in Game 2 of Doubleheader

Penguins Offense Stalls in Game 2 of Doubleheader

By Jeff Brown Youngstown State University split its doubleheader on Wednesday afternoon against the St. Bonaventure University Bonnies. In game …

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Let’s Be Frank

Let’s Be Frank

By Frank George As I sat down to compose this goodbye letter, I heard the faint sound of a sheep’s …

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