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Tom Svec is not your “same old-same old” artist. His work involves something unique, something personal — something that once had a living identity. Fourteen pieces of his art will be exhibited in “Mirror Show” through July 5 around the four walls of the intimate space at Gallery425, ...

Tour Choir of 1957 holds reunion

Sixty years ago a Lycoming College Choir, under the direction of Walter G. McIver, became the first choir to travel abroad on a “Friendship Tour” to England. Some members of that choir recently attended a reunion luncheon hosted by Marianna Ciraulo and Kay Huffman and held locally at ...

Movie review: ‘Cars 3’

“Cars 3” succeeds by virtue of exciting races, an elegant, old-fashioned story-arc and a healthy dose of nostalgia. This second sequel to Pixar’s 2006 extravaganza puts protagonist racecar Lightning McQueen in the underdog slot, as several newer, faster cars threaten to leave his ...

‘The Melting Pot’

BLOOMSBURG — As part of its mission to bring the arts to all communities throughout our region, The Exchange Gallery has put out a call for entries for an exhibition with the theme “The Melting Pot,” the organizations first juried art show. The open-call shows, encourage participation ...

FUSE productions presents ‘Camelot’

STATE COLLEGE — FUSE Productions is readying the spot that for one brief, shining moment was known as “Camelot.” Lerner and Loewe’s “Camelot” will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, with a 2 p.m. finale Sunday in Schwab Auditorium, located on Pollack Road ...

Movie review: ‘47 Meters Down’

With any shark movie, what viewers generally want to know is whether it brews up sufficient terror. In the case of “47 Meters Down,” the answer is yes — it’s scary. But also, kinda dumb. In several spots, fear and stupidity battle it out, generating alternate responses such as ...

‘Barefoot in the Park’ brings the laughs to Millbrook Playhouse

MILL HALL — What Simon says usually triggers a laughfest. But for many Millbrook Playhouse theatergoers, the main draw of its leadoff attraction may be as much, if not the Cabaret setting, rather than the show itself. Kicking off the downstairs Cabaret’s 2017 lineup is “Barefoot In ...

Twin Peaks: In Hour 7, Doc Haywood catches two brown trout in his pajamas

There’s a body all right. It belongs to Major Garland Briggs, who’s missing head we’ve previously seen in another world whispering “blue rose” to the once Black Lodge-bound Dale Cooper. But it’s Briggs body, which has finally been identified after dozens of false alarms to Colonel ...

The Lindy Sisters swing into Lock Haven

Pilots flying in to Lock Haven aren’t the only ones taking a Sentimental Journey this June. With songs, costumes and choreography reminiscent of the Andrews Sisters, The Lindy Sisters are traveling from California to once again entertain crowds at four different shows, June 21-24. “Masters ...

28th Infantry Division Band to perform at CAC

Join the Pennsylvania Army National Guards’ 28th Infantry Division Band for a very special evening of musical entertainment, 7 p.m. Tuesday, at the Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St. This outstanding musical group, on tour from Hollidaysburg, will present an exciting program featuring ...

Converge Gallery launches book featuring artist Johnny Romeo and his work

Converge Gallery in Williamsport has had a big year so far in 2017, and it’s also been a successful year for one of their artists, internationally acclaimed Australian painter Johnny Romeo. For the last 10 years, Romeo has been one of the most exciting and dynamic voices in the ...

‘Finding The Beauty In All That Is Around’

Deborah Mezick is the featured Bald Eagle Art League artist at the Genetti 4th Street Grille Gallery, Genetti Hotel, 200 W. Fourth St. “Finding the Beauty in All That is Around” will be on exhibit through the end of July. The watercolor artist said she feels it is her job to put ...

Slifer House Museum to host summer concert series

LEWISBURG — Slifer House Museum will host its annual Summer Concert Series at 7 p.m. Thursday evenings June 29 through July 27 at the museum, 80 Magnolia Drive, on the campus of RiverWoods. The following concerts are scheduled for the 2017 Summer Concert Series: • June 29: Sunbury City ...

Seventy-six trombones on West Third Street

Meredith Wilson’s beloved musical, “The Music Man” is presented by Williamsport’s Community Theatre League, 100 W. Third Street, 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday; 2 p.m. June 25; 7:30 p.m. June 29, 30; 7:30 p.m. July 1; and 2 p.m. July 2. CTL closes their 40th theatre season with the ...

Movie review: ‘The Mummy’

“The Mummy” is like one of those cut-rate buffets that leaves you feeling bloated from too much food; the film crams in a little bit of everything: Rats, spiders, sandstorms, hallucinations, handsome visuals, widespread urban destruction, Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe, a zombie army, a ...

Coasts combine to bring comedy to city

Laughter is the best medicine 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Ground Floor 2.0, 2925 W. Fourth St. Local comedian, Kevin Seibert, will be performing with Los Angeles comedian Zach Pugh, which Seibert said is a common crossover of the coastal scenes, with Central PA and LA mixing their talents. ...

Millbrook opens summer season with ‘Life Could Be A Dream’

MILL HALL — If the title “Life Could Be A Dream” doesn’t roll off tongues easily, theatregoers might simply dub the musical “Sh-Boom”! Millbrook Playhouse, 258 Country Club Lane, opens its ambitious 2017 summer “season” with “Life Could Be A Dream” with 7:30 p.m. ...

Former resident filmmakers create documentary about ‘Odyssey of the Mind’

What do you think of when you hear the phrase “Odyssey of the Mind”? An internal journey? Perhaps a sort of spiritual awakening? Or something to do with Greek mythology and the Trojan War? If you ever joined the actual OOTM program in public schools, you might think instead of skits, ...

Twin Peaks: In Hour 6, Carl celebrates 75 years of smoking

If and when Dale Cooper will return to his old self is the underlying question that “Twin Peaks” fans are most dying to know, especially in Hour 6. Some have become frustratingly impatient with the Dougie shtick, and after another half-hour’s worth of episode of Dougie’s detached, ...

Jack Pyers debuts as a solo musician with new release

After years on the road, former bass player for Dirty Looks, Jack Pyers, has decided to settle down, at home, in Selinsgrove. “In the immortal words of Dorothy, ‘There’s no place like home,’ ”Pyers said. “All my family is here, I grew up here it’s a very comfortable place to be ...