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Natalya Daoud

I am from Cincinnati, Ohio, and I have been working in the journalism business for nearly a decade with a wide variety of work expanding from print, broadcast, and digital storytelling experience. My work has appeared on Fox19, MSN, Cincy Music, New Noise Magazine, UrbanCincy, WCPO Channel 9, Cincinnati Enquirer, KSLA, and more. 

Review: Bunbury Music Festival

The 8th annual Bunbury Music Festival was one of the best ones yet. Great music, vendors, experience, and weather! Check out our review of some of the bands from the weekend. Cheers to Bunbury 2019. Cheers to many more to come. Canadian Indie folk singer Taylor Janzen illustrated her ability to express her profound lyrics about faith and mental illness to the Bunbury goers Friday afternoon. Her pop-punk like vocals along with some added instrumentals add a sense of modern, yet give special qual

The Katawicks at Urban Artifact

An indie-soul duo from Springfield will be illustrating their blissful instrumentals and sultry-like vocals at Urban Artifact on Friday. The Katawicks, a band name taken from a mutual friend’s last name, consists of Allison Justice on lead vocals and Matt Washburn on guitar and vocals. The two grew up together and they have always had a passion for music. “I loved listening to music and banging on things pretending like I was playing the drums,” said Washburn. Washburn played piano for two year

Football star Jared Lorenzen to be laid to rest Wednesday

According to his obituary, Jared was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ray and Mary “Biz” Barth, Charyn Lonneman, John and Emily Hermes, and Lorraine Ripberger; and his aunt, Joni Arlinghaus. He is survived by his mother, Janet Barth (Jeff) Hermes; his father, Joe (Mary Ann) Lorenzen; his children, Taylar and Tayden Lorenzen; his siblings, Jordan (Ashley Gamell) Lorenzen, Jennifer Lorenzen (Brian) Lee, Kyle Hermes, Braden Hermes, Joe (Brittany) Konen, Jeff (Allison) Konen, and Katie (Matthe
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