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Fame, fortune, crime and murder: Broadway musical 'Chicago' coming to University Park

April 8, 2016 Dylis Croman said the origins of the musical “Chicago” — the two main character were based on real women charged with murder in the 1920s — plays a part in how she tackles the role of Roxie Hart. more »»

Walkney rocks: Pop funk band comes home for concert at Jaffa Shrine

April 1, 2016 With a doctor and a teacher for parents, Derek Mrdjenovich was sure to go to college. But that all changed when he first picked up a guitar and started playin. more »»

Bruuuuuuuuuuuuucccccccce!: Springsteen and the E Street Band bringing anniversary tour to Bryce Jordan Center

March 25, 2016 At 66, Bruce Springsteen still draws so many fans, “not just because they love his sound, but because his lyrics touch a lot of souls,” said Penn State professor Jerry Zolten. more »»

Tip-toe through the ukulele: Allegheny Ukulele Kollective renews interest in tiny instrument

March 18, 2016 A published writer and exhibited painter, Penn State Altoona associate professor of English Steve Sherrill just wanted to add music to his resume of otherwise solitary artistic endeavor. more »»

Vocal virtuosity: Gaither Vocal Band bringing swet gospel tones to IUP

March 11, 2016 Some nights on stage, Wes Hampton may not even know which song he’s singing next. more »»

Colorful and creative: Artist weaves Jewish faith into her works

March 4, 2016 Artist Julie Wohl will tell you that her influences include Picasso, Van Gogh and Chagall. more »»

Tribute act becomes real deal: Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot concert to benefit Mishler Theatre

February 26, 2016 The stars and planets lined up for Mike DelGuidice and his Billy Joel tribute band to actually start touring with the “Piano Man’s” band. “It’s a rare occurence,” said DelGuidice. more »»

Party like it's 1839: Canal Jam celebrates mountain music from 19th century

September 11, 2015 Penn State Altoona students who took music professor Bonnie Cutsforth-Huber’s class last spring had an unusual assignment: Learn at least one ballad that was popular along the Main Line Canal throug... more »»

Figuratively printing: Innovative printmaker’s works on display at SAMA-Altoona

August 28, 2015 As the international art scene became dominated in the post-World War II era by abstract expressionism — the first uniquely American art movement — New York stole the center of attention from Par. more »»

'High energy' healing

August 14, 2015 Ricky Lee knows plenty about the healing power of music. The Altoona native and country singer dedicates much of his time performing for and honoring veterans. more »»

'Reflections' reveal Kutz's diversity

August 7, 2015 Kevin Kutz has painted for most of his 60 years, and how his work evolved as he experimented with different media is reflected in a current exhibition of the popular Bedford County artist’s work. more »»

Big, bold and beautiful: 'Spectacular exhibit on display at SAMA Altoona

July 31, 2015 The sheer size of “The Gates of Paradise” — at about 7 feet tall — captures your eye, and then, the 16 frames pull you closer for an inspection of the characters and other details painted on the... more »»

'Reconnect with history': Event to focus on those who fought in World War II

April 10, 2015 Local history buffs will have the chance to brush up on their knowledge next month when the Blair County Historical Society hosts its fourth World War II weekend. more »»

Celebrating the new year: First Night State College will begin 2015 in family-friendly atmosphere

December 26, 2014 In Italy, they wear red underwear. Brazilians might go to the beach wearing white for luck in kicking off the summer seaso. more »»

Party time: ABC's 'The Nutcracker' helps usher in holiday season

December 4, 2014 For Cece Haines, the Allegheny Ballet Company’s production of “The Nutcracker” is all about the children, and that’s where the spotlight should shine. more »»

Advancing their art: SAMA Loretto exhibit's the region's best in its 'Biennial 2014' show

November 28, 2014 On top of tradition, Scott Dimond believes a juried art exhibit every two years is a great way to “chart how an artist develops. more »»

Magical journey: Trans-Siberian Orchestra to stage its rock opera, "The Christmas Attic"

November 21, 2014 The job of the arts is “to inspire people, give people escape when they need it, help them calm down when they need calming down, get them excited when they need to get excited,” Trans-Siberian... more »»

A beloved 'Christmas Story'

November 14, 2014 "You’ll shoot your eye out, kid!” “I triple-dog-dare, ya!” “Naddafinga!” Likely, those lines and more are sure to have audiences quoting along as one of the most well-known Christmas movies comes to... more »»

Home Free found their place in music by exploring a genre that a cappella had ignored

November 7, 2014 When the members of the country a cappella group Home Free first stepped onto the set of NBC’s a cappella competition show “The Sing-Off” in 2013, they were quickly intimidated. more »»

Saint Francis event honors Caped Crusader by bringing in Maryland’s Real Life Batman

October 31, 2014 Saint Francis University is sending out the Bat signal and the Caped Crusader is on his way. BatFlash Week 2014 begins Tuesday in celebration of Batman’s 75th birthday. more »»

 
 
 

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