Fort Hayes group releases its second album

In 2016, Fort Hayes began an initiative called the Paragon Project to “provide a platform for gifted musicians and artists here at the school to compose and perform music that addressed social justice issues and topics that were impacting teens,” according to Fort Hayes Assistant Principal Tony Anderson. The students were paired with professionals to create songs that addressed issues like bullying and depression, and on Friday, Jan. 5, the Paragon Project will hold a release show for its second album, Medicinal Music. (Safe bet)