By Dan Isenberg
Caution ahead for minor spoilers for Disney+’s “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” which completed its six-episode run on Wednesday.
Allow me to say this to the notoriously vocal minority in the Star Wars community — sleep on ‘Kenobi’ at your own ...
By Patt Keith
Former Altoonan Tom Sweitzer returns to familiar surroundings to present the one-man show “Meatballs and Music” at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 3 at The Church in the Middle of the Block Cultural Resource Center at 217 Fifth Ave., for the first official ...
By John Frederick
For those of us old enough to remember, 1972’s Hurricane Agnes is the literal and figurative barometer by which all extreme flood events are measured.
Like all hurricanes, this one formed when conditions enabled an atmospheric wave to begin circulating along the ...
Tina Flanagan of Altoona has written a children’s book that provides encouragement and uses her husband, former NFL player Ed Flanagan, as inspiration.
The book is called, “Football Dreams Do Come True.”
“I wrote this book to inspire young boys and girls who play sports in the park, ...
The Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art (SAMA) is offering a summer storytime series, titled “It’s Lit!”
Come meet and listen to two local authors as they share their children’s books with the community from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. July 6 and 20.
Rachel DiAndrea, SAMA’s featured author ...
50 years ago
Fifty years ago this month, the Blair County Historical Society leased Baker Mansion — which was built in 1848 by Elias Baker for $75,000 — as a museum. In 1941, it was purchased for $10,500. A Baker family member last lived there in 1914.
25 years ...