‘Antlers’ Never Quite Lives Up to Its Phenomenal Potential
By Ben Konuch
“He’ll come for me. He needs me.”
The chilling atmosphere and sense of unease that “Antlers” manages to convey is nothing short of astonishing. This feeling starts as early as its opening text, a Native American warning about an all-corrupting evil. This warning is followed by a scene set on a bleak and dreary Oregon coastline, where a little boy is shown playing outside while he waits for his father to finish his work in a mine. What follows in this scene perfectly ...
The Proposition of a Solar Farm is Attracting an Energetic Debate
By Esther Fultz
Renewable energy has been a hot topic in recent years. Specifically relevant to small, rural towns like Cedarville, Ohio is the move toward solar energy. Since 2016, multiple solar companies have been requesting to lease land from local farm owners for the purpose of establishing solar farms. This request has been met with a great deal of controversy.
Cedarville farmer Joe Krajicek opposes the solar project and declined an offer to lease 50 acres of land to one of these ...