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Harry Zimbler

Harry is a correspondent for the Gazette.

Articles by Harry Zimbler

Wine Bar Grand Opening Adds New Dimension to Greek Restaurant Wine Bar Grand Opening Adds New Dimension to Greek Restaurant
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
The owners of The Greek restaurant and University Wine Company have paired up to launch a new wine bar inside the restaurant at 102 E. Clinton Ave. [Read More]
Nittany Theatre at the Barn Enters Second Season Nittany Theatre at the Barn Enters Second Season
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
For decades, the Boal Barn Playhouse served as a landmark summer theater that housed the State College Community Theatre. Today, that barn — refurbished and repurposed — is still bringing theater to the region with Nittany Theatre at the Barn. [Read More]
Grand opening of wine bar adds new dimension to restaurant Grand opening of wine bar adds new dimension to restaurant
8 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — The owners of The Greek restaurant and University Wine Company have paired up to launch a new wine bar inside the restaurant, located downtown at 102 Clinton Ave. A grand opening celebration is scheduled for 5 p.m. Monday, June 6. The bar will offer a variety of wines [Read More]
Nittany Theatre at the Barn enters its second season Nittany Theatre at the Barn enters its second season
8 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
For decades, the Boal Barn Playhouse served as a landmark summer theater that housed the State College Community Theatre. Today, that barn — refurbished and repurposed — is still bringing theater to the region with Nittany Theatre at the Barn. [Read More]
Grace Hampton's Artful Life Grace Hampton's Artful Life
11 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Harry Zimbler
Thoughtful and humble, Grace Hampton has lived a life surrounded by the art and artists she loves. The first African-American in central administration at Penn State, she has a life story that spans the divide between plantation slaves and a nationally recognized and celebrated art educator. [Read More]
Myers develops weather app Myers develops weather app
11 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
When you first meet young Lachlan Myers, your thoughts are likely to focus on his clean-cut, Norman Rockwell-like appearance. But, don’t be fooled. Behind those square glasses lies the heart of a thoroughly modern citizen. [Read More]
Grace Hampton's artful life Grace Hampton's artful life
11 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Thoughtful and humble, Grace Hampton has lived a life surrounded by the art and artists she loves. The first African-American in central administration at Penn State, she has a life story that spans the divide between plantation slaves and a nationally recognized and celebrated art educator. [Read More]
'Artists Doing Art' series concludes 2016 season 'Artists Doing Art' series concludes 2016 season
12 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Michael Black, an area photographer and art advocate, decided to use his expansive Back Sun photography studio to bring together the Centre Region arts community in an effort to share ideas and learn new ways of seeing and hearing. [Read More]
Penn State Centre Stage Brings 'Hair' to Downtown Theatre Center Penn State Centre Stage Brings 'Hair' to Downtown Theatre Center
18 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Centre County Gazette, Harry Zimbler
Welcome to the Age of Aquarius, as the season continues for Penn State Centre Stage with its staging of the musical "Hair." In 1968, when "Hair" opened on Broadway, it was a sensation that had fans lining up for tickets. It was immediately dubbed the "tribal love-rock musical." [Read More]
Rock musical 'Hair' relevant to today's audiences Rock musical 'Hair' relevant to today's audiences
18 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Welcome to the Age of Aquarius, as the season continues for Penn State Centre Stage with its staging of the musical “Hair.” In 1968, when “Hair” opened on Broadway, it was a sensation that had fans lining up for tickets. It was immediately dubbed the “tribal love-rock musical.” [Read More]
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