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Shakespeare for all at Millbrook Playhouse

February 6, 2014 MILL HALL — Supposedly, it was William Shakespeare who penned the phrase, “The play’s the thing. more »»

Bucknell exhibit hosts conversations around the female body

February 6, 2014 LEWISBURG — Bucknell University’s Samek Art Gallery will introduce “a new way of talking about citizenship, sexuality, human rights and bodies” Wednesday with the opening of “The Cliteracy Project,”... more »»

Lycoming College offers the Harold Clurman experience

February 6, 2014 The Lycoming College Theatre Department will stage the solo play “LET IT BE ART! Harold Clurman’s Life of Passion” Feb. 13 through 15. more »»

Movie Review: Stellar performances overcome plot flaws in ‘Labor Day’

February 6, 2014 “Labor Day” has gotten lukewarm notices, but it brought tears to my eyes three times — and that’s good enough for me. more »»

Stories through song

January 30, 2014 The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra will share three “Fantastic Tales” — each with vastly different stories and musical arrangements — with its upcoming concert Feb. more »»

‘Choppin’ broccoli’ and making music

January 30, 2014 Broccoli Samurai, a “jamtronica” band from Cleveland, will make its Williamsport debut at 10 p.m. Feb. 8, with a free show at the Bullfrog Brewery, 229 W. Fourth St. more »»

Leading ladies come to central Pennsylvania

January 30, 2014 Football players who are especially adept at both offense and defense are dubbed “double threats.” The pinnacle of their success is winning the Super Bowl. more »»

Stunning sophomore album

January 30, 2014 James Vincent McMorrow released his debut album “Early in the Morning” in 2011, earning him widespread praise and comparisons to indie folk stars Bon Iver and Damien Rice. more »»

Exposure: Instagram photography

January 30, 2014 More than likely you use Instagram or at least have heard of it. It emerged in 2010 and has since grown rapidly, especially after being acquired by Facebook. more »»

A different side of Sherlock Holmes in ‘The Sign of Three’

January 30, 2014 The latest episode of “Sherlock” is the show’s most innovative installment and yet the one truest to the spirit of the original stories, as the mystery is quintessential Conan Doyle, concerning a... more »»

Local artists collaborate for ‘Sight and Sound’ exhibit

January 30, 2014 An exhibit entitled “Sight and Sound,” will feature charcoal drawings by Robert Gaetano, Loyalsock Township Middle School principal, and accompanying music by Matt Johnson, Loyalsock Township Middle... more »»

‘The Invisible Man’ explores tough times

January 30, 2014 Folk musician Scott Gillespie, originally hailing from Montoursville and currently residing in Apollo, has begun the process of releasing his long-awaited album titled “The Invisible Man. more »»

We built this city on Rock 'n' Roll

January 23, 2014 It has been a long time since the days when songs like “White Rabbit” and “Somebody to Love” graced the airwaves of radio stations other than classic rock stations. more »»

A decade of Springsteen

January 23, 2014 Bruce Springsteen is back with “High Hopes,” after earning Rolling Stone’s album of the year award with “Wrecking Ball” in 2012. more »»

‘Sherlock’ makes triumphant return

January 23, 2014 The BBC ‘s “Sherlock” returned Sunday night two years after its second series concluded with an audacious cliffhanger that sent fans into a frenzy of far-fetched theories about how genius detective... more »»

Wiggin' out about TV

January 23, 2014 OK, so everyone has their quirks that they don’t like to admit. But most likely even the weirdest of habits you have don’t compare to the people featured on TLC’s, “My Strange Addictio. more »»

Movie Review: ‘Jack Ryan’ heavy on action, light on plot

January 23, 2014 Jack Ryan has been played by four different actors and is the subject of a dozen or more Tom Clancy bestsellers. So: What freshness can a new Ryan film offer? Not much, it turns out. more »»

BTE offers nun fun with ‘Late Night Catechism’

January 23, 2014 BLOOMSBURG — If any Catholics yearn to return to the days of yesteryear, when masses were in Latin, Fridays were meatless and nuns cracked students’ knuckles with their rulers, “Late Night Cathecism... more »»

From objects to art, and back again

January 23, 2014 Williamsport’s Converge Gallery begins its 2014 season with a solo show featuring local artist and instructor Chad Andrews. “Objects to Place” opened Jan. more »»

Exploring history through art

January 16, 2014 Artist Stephen Marc will return to Lycoming College to speak about his work in an exhibition called “The Confluence of a Relocated Past. more »»

 
 

 

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