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Students can save an extra 15 percent on tickets Sept. 2 Students can save an extra 15 percent on tickets Sept. 2
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Because of a grant from the University Park Allocation Committee, Penn State students save every day on the price of tickets to Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State presentations. But for one day — from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 2 — University [Read More]
Performing arts concerts moving to alternate venues Performing arts concerts moving to alternate venues
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK —The Center for the Performing Arts at Penn State presentations of Catalyst Quartet and Alfredo Rodríguez Trio will take place in alternate venues because Schwab Auditorium, the original location for the concerts, is closed for repairs. The Thursday, Sept. 17, [Read More]
Carnegie Inn and Spa hires new chef Carnegie Inn and Spa hires new chef
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Hospitality Asset Management Company has announced the appointment of Paul Kendeffy as executive chef of the Carnegie Inn and Spa, a boutique hotel located on the corner of Toftrees Avenue and Cricklewood Drive in State College. “The Carnegie Inn and Spa is proud to [Read More]
Breaking the Ice: New 'Cryotherapy' Business Opens in State College Breaking the Ice: New 'Cryotherapy' Business Opens in State College
1 week ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff, Alexa Lewis
“It’s surprisingly tolerable and a lot of people don’t believe it,” added Smith, who said he was skeptical before he tried it. “It’s a dry cold; nothing wet is touching your body. When you jump into an ice bath that’s painful because the wet, ice cold water is on your skin.” [Read More]
Hard rock bands coming to Bryce Jordan Center Hard rock bands coming to Bryce Jordan Center
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — A triple play of melodic hard rock is coming to the Bryce Jordan Center this fall with Shinedown, Breaking Benjamin and Sevendust performing at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 20. Shinedown has lent some of its songs to World Wrestling Entertainment to use during pay-per-view events, [Read More]
CPI program receives national accreditation CPI program receives national accreditation
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — The automotive technology program at CPI has received accreditation by NATEF and The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. CPI's automotive program has been accredited in Automotive Service Technology. To achieve this coveted recognition, the school's program [Read More]
South Hills announces graduates South Hills announces graduates
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — South Hills School of Business and Technology commencement ceremonies recently were held at the Penn Stater in State College. Among those receiving awards for academic achievement were two Bellefonte women. Jamilyn Houser earned the Travis W. Mellott Memorial Award in the [Read More]
State Theatre Displays Exhibit of 'Pure Imagination' from Local Artist State Theatre Displays Exhibit of 'Pure Imagination' from Local Artist
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff, Anne Walker
"The forms are complicated, with weird distortions," he said. "A nose might look like an ear of corn. Or you might notice a face hidden in another feature.” [Read More]
Nine Year Old Donates Allowance to Penn State Arboretum Nine Year Old Donates Allowance to Penn State Arboretum
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff, Curtis Chan
Last year, Lindsay’s allowance went to Pennies for Peace, a service-learning program of the Central Asia Institute, which promotes education in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan. For Lindsay, giving to the Arboretum this year was a no-brainer. [Read More]
Ag Progress Days to Feature Working Blacksmiths Ag Progress Days to Feature Working Blacksmiths
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
"Their skills in traditional blacksmithing include the simple — cut and forged nails — to custom-made hinges for a replica of Robert E. Lee's footlocker used in Civil War re-enactments. These craftsmen will demonstrate an art and science that was critical to the fabrication of early agricultur [Read More]
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