Ohio's elections chief says a federal judge's demand to come up with a new order regarding provisional ballots is even worse than a previous court demand.
Lawyers for Secretary of State Jon Husted have complained to a federal appeals court that the judge changed rules for provisional ballots after the election but before the ballots are counted beginning this weekend.
Husted's office asked the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Wednesday to reverse the decision by federal judge Algenon Marbley.
The Rubi Girls began as three guys entertaining their friends and each other with funny songs and sketches in their attic. Over 25 years later, the Rubi Girls are now for their dynamic, hilarious and highly entertaining performances that mainly benefit HIV/AIDs causes. Kaleidoscope host Juliet Fromholt spoke with two members of the Rubi Girls, Jonathan McNeal and founding member Josh Stucky, about the group's performances and their journey from the attic to the stage.
After the release of their second album, Big Feeling, the members of Yellow Springs band Wheels are excited to forge ahead as they continue to work on new, more complex arrangements. The band plans on recording a new EP or full length album at the end of 2012 or beginning of 2013 and looks forward to planning a state-wide tour next summer.
Wheels will perform at Canal Street Tavern on Friday, November 16 with Speaking Suns and on November 23rd at the Emporium in Yellow Springs.
E. Ryan Roth, Josh Egeland, Jay Madewell and John Simon all help host open mics in Greater Dayton Area. It's this common bond that allowed them to see each other play and begin thinking about making music together. Now as Monkey With Bomb, the group has been developing material, often adapting Roth's solo material for a full band, in hopes of recording an album soon.
Money With Bomb will perform on November 24th at Canal Street Tavern with Starving in the Belly of the Whale and Bella Ruse.