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Holly Riddle, Town&Gown

Holly Riddle, Town&Gown

Articles by Holly Riddle, Town&Gown

From Elderly Residents to At-Risk Youth, Ridgelines Language Arts Empowers Under-Heard Voices From Elderly Residents to At-Risk Youth, Ridgelines Language Arts Empowers Under-Heard Voices
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle, Town&Gown
Ridgelines Language Arts has been quietly making a difference in the lives of marginalized communities since its establishment in 2017. [Read More]
From elderly residents to at-risk youth, Ridgelines Language Arts empowers under-heard voices in central Pennsylvania   From elderly residents to at-risk youth, Ridgelines Language Arts empowers under-heard voices in central Pennsylvania
6 weeks ago - Town and gown
Ridgelines Language Arts has been quietly making a difference in the lives of marginalized communities since its establishment in 2017. At the time, founder Abby Minor was directing Being Heard, a program that facilitates poetry-writing classes for older adults throughout Centre County, with [Read More]
Snapshot: When the Happy Valley Adventure Bureau sought actors for a new tourism video campaign, it stayed all in the family   Snapshot: When the Happy Valley Adventure Bureau sought actors for a new tourism video campaign, it stayed all in the family
19 weeks ago - Town and gown
The newly rebranded Happy Valley Adventure Bureau recently launched a tourism marketing campaign that includes a series of videos that take a fun approach to promoting the region. The videos feature a family suffering from a heavy dose of boredom suddenly finding themselves whisked away to Happy [Read More]
Plumb’s Drug Store, Famed for Its Old-Fashioned Soda Fountain, Lives on as Independent Pharmacy with Focus on Treating Customers Like Family Plumb’s Drug Store, Famed for Its Old-Fashioned Soda Fountain, Lives on as Independent Pharmacy with Focus on Treating Customers Like Family
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle, Town&Gown
Plumb’s Drug Store first opened its doors in 1951, with Edward L. Plumb Jr. at the helm. Not a lot has changed since. Walk inside and you’ll see much of the same decor and fixtures that have been there since the 1950s. [Read More]
Penn State Humanities Institute Aims to Bring Conversations on Pressing Social Issues Beyond University’s Walls Penn State Humanities Institute Aims to Bring Conversations on Pressing Social Issues Beyond University’s Walls
21 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle, Town&Gown
From the start three and a half years ago, one of the Penn State Humanity Institute's primary goals was to establish an organization that was more public-facing than its predecessor, an aim it's achieving through public programs like 'Who Counts?' [Read More]
Snapshot: Plumb’s Drug Store, famed for its old-fashioned soda fountain, lives on as an independent pharmacy with a focus on treating its customers like family Snapshot: Plumb’s Drug Store, famed for its old-fashioned soda fountain, lives on as an independent pharmacy with a focus on treating its customers like family
23 weeks ago - Town and gown
Plumb’s Drug Store first opened its doors in 1951, with Edward L. Plumb Jr. at the helm. Not a lot has changed since. Walk inside and you’ll see much of the same decor and fixtures that have been there since the 1950s. “You walk in here, you walk back into time,” says [Read More]
Connecting with Neighbors: Through public programs like 'Who Counts?' the Penn State Humanities Institute aims to bring conversations on pressing social issues beyond the university’s walls   Connecting with Neighbors: Through public programs like 'Who Counts?' the Penn State Humanities Institute aims to bring conversations on pressing social issues beyond the university’s walls
23 weeks ago - Town and gown
Philosophy, history, cultural studies, literature – subjects many people don’t often relate to their daily lives. A new institute at Penn State, however, strives to change this, connecting the humanities to everyday issues the average person might see on social media or discuss with [Read More]
Bruce Trinkley, Nittany Valley Symphony Will Give Youngsters a Taste of Live, Classical Music – with a Little Help from Dinosaurs Bruce Trinkley, Nittany Valley Symphony Will Give Youngsters a Taste of Live, Classical Music – with a Little Help from Dinosaurs
23 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle, Town&Gown
Each year, the Nittany Valley Symphony performs a family concert designed for young listeners and their parents. This year, the family concert’s theme is Dinosaurs on Parade, with works centered on everyone’s favorite ancient reptiles. On the program is a piece by Bruce Trinkley, professor emeri [Read More]
Snapshot: Bruce Trinkley, Nittany Valley Symphony will give youngsters a taste of live, classical music – with a little help from dinosaurs Snapshot: Bruce Trinkley, Nittany Valley Symphony will give youngsters a taste of live, classical music – with a little help from dinosaurs
27 weeks ago - Town and gown
Each year, the Nittany Valley Symphony performs a family concert designed for young listeners and their parents. This year, the family concert’s theme is Dinosaurs on Parade, with works centered on everyone’s favorite ancient reptiles. On the program is a piece by Bruce Trinkley, [Read More]
Diners, 'Down and Dirty': State College Photographer Chuck Fong’s Book Pays Homage to Staples of the American Food Scene Diners, 'Down and Dirty': State College Photographer Chuck Fong’s Book Pays Homage to Staples of the American Food Scene
28 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Holly Riddle, Town&Gown
Chuck Fong didn’t intend to publish a book chronicling the decline of the American diner when he started taking photos of these staples of the American food scene. In fact, he didn’t even intend to be a photographer at all when he first entered college. [Read More]
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