Welcome to ohmTown. This is a new community looking for citizens to populate the various locations found here. ohmTown has 50 shows in development, and 50 communities that focus on news, information around their topic. There are forums and groups for each community and a Discord channel for each of the shows as well, all found here. Mayor Watt is always looking for hosts, so if you are interested in hosting a show that is listed, please contact the Mayor. If you want to host, but the show is not listed, let the Mayor know. The ohmTown Gazette is the direct aggregation feed if you want all the news gathered by the ohmTown Director. You’ll find it in the top right corner. Consider things in development.
Arts & Crafts
Here you will find Breaking Prose, JewelCrafting, BeadBaby, WorldBuilderz, and RealityHacker.
Here you will find Stockmarketeers, Launchible, FAR Weekly, and HATCHideas Crowdfunding.
Here you will find Dictioneer, SemioticOntology, FourWheelTech, Greenagram, and Temporology.
Food & Drink
Here you will find Of the Bean, Of the Brew, Of the Grape, Of the Leaf, and Distillerist. More to come…
Gadgets & Technology
Here you will find sMACk Talk, TabletFan, CodeFoundation, Steampunkology, Late Nite Geek, and Try or Buy.
Movies, Music, & Photography
Here you will find SMASHorTRASH, StreamStars, MixWar, PRIMEglass, and The Continuity Report.
Here you will find RPGis, WarDots, WarCrafters, LateNiteGeek, and Tabletop Knights.
Here you will find Atomizor, Greenagram, and lifestyle shows.
Here you will find The Daily News Show, CommuterEdge, and The ohmTown Gazette.
Politics & Law
Here you will find PolicyMetrix, PrivacyMetrix, ModernCentrist, LawNerd, and RightProtect.
On Weekends we replay previous shows and periodically have HATCHideas and LAUNCHiBLE open mic days.
Special Events will be posted here. We will typically link to other casters, websites, and events.
Host Bio’s and more…
The mostly virtual Emmys telecast dispensed with many award-show trappings, but continued its trend of feeling out of tune with the way most of us watch TV.
The Rev. Robert S. Graetz resisted the menacing of the Ku Klux Klan and isolation among fellow clergymen to be an unbowed voice for desegregation among white people in Alabama.
Kimmel started his pandemic-era monologue by delivering it to a fake audience. “Of course we don’t have an audience,” he quipped. “This isn’t a MAGA rally.”
Jacob Gardner, who was indicted in the killing of James Scurlock during a May protest in Omaha, had been expected to turn himself in to the authorities, his lawyer said.
Envelopes with ricin were intercepted last week on their way to the White House, a sheriff’s office and a detention facility in Texas.
The coziness between the TV executive and Mr. Trump is a Frankenstein story for the cable news era. But then the monster got away.
Despite a loss to the Boston Red Sox, the Yankees are in the postseason because of baseball math dictated by a loss by the Seattle Mariners.
The administration is arguing that it is still a party to the Iran deal that it left with great fanfare in 2018.
The Falcons collapsed as only the Falcons can, the Chargers nearly shocked the Chiefs, injuries were everywhere and the Ravens simply never lose (in the regular season).
The president’s determination to confirm a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before the election set lawmakers on a collision course as Congress deals with other major issues.