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Nadine Kofman, Town&Gown

Nadine Kofman is a native Centre Countian and historian.

Articles by Nadine Kofman, Town&Gown

The Glennland, State College’s First ‘High-Rise’ Apartment Building, Will Live on as a Hotel The Glennland, State College’s First ‘High-Rise’ Apartment Building, Will Live on as a Hotel
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Nadine Kofman, Town&Gown
This year and next, when the current renters’ leases expire, the five-story Glennland Building on East Beaver Avenue at South Pugh Street will be turned into an upscale “boutique” hotel. It will have a restaurant, a coffee shop, and conference facilities. Its façade is not expected to change [Read More]
The Glennland, State College’s first ‘high-rise’ apartment building, will live on as a hotel The Glennland, State College’s first ‘high-rise’ apartment building, will live on as a hotel
3 weeks ago - Town and gown
This year and next, when the current renters’ leases expire, the five-story Glennland Building on East Beaver Avenue at South Pugh Street will be turned into an upscale “boutique” hotel. It will have a restaurant, a coffee shop, and conference facilities. Its façade is not [Read More]
Music of Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra Being Enjoyed at State Theatre Again, Thanks to Acoustic Shells Music of Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra Being Enjoyed at State Theatre Again, Thanks to Acoustic Shells
10 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Nadine Kofman, Town&Gown
This month concludes a surprising revival season of orchestral music at The State Theatre. The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra has added the beats, if you will, of Mozart, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, etc., to a stage known primarily for uplifting live rock, pop, blues, jazz, folk, etc. [Read More]
About Town: Music of Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra being enjoyed at State Theatre again, thanks to acoustic shells About Town: Music of Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra being enjoyed at State Theatre again, thanks to acoustic shells
12 weeks ago - Town and gown
This month concludes a surprising revival season of orchestral music at The State Theatre. The Pennsylvania Chamber Orchestra has added the beats, if you will, of Mozart, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, etc., to a stage known primarily for uplifting live rock, pop, blues, jazz, folk, etc. This harkens back [Read More]
About Town: The New ‘Three Rs’
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About Town: The New ‘Three Rs’
26 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Nadine Kofman, Town&Gown
The “Three Rs” have become “reduce, reuse, recycle,” and December may be the hardest month to keep that in mind. [Read More]
About Town: The New ‘Three Rs’ About Town: The New ‘Three Rs’
29 weeks ago - Town and gown
In these modern-times, the “Three Rs” have become “reduce, reuse, recycle.” December may be the hardest month to keep that in mind. One little nudge is the first-time calendar illustrated by contest-winning Centre County fifth-graders: “How My Buddies and I [Read More]
About Town: What’s Where Here? About Town: What’s Where Here?
46 weeks ago - Town and gown
Whether coming back permanently or for a weekend, former State College residents must be startled when they discover that, anymore, they don’t know what’s where here. Mercantile pillars remain the same. But what was at one time a full-service downtown hasn’t been that for many [Read More]
About Town: Christopher Kent About Town: Christopher Kent
54 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Nadine Kofman, Town&Gown
Christopher Kent — a Patton Township resident who is six feet, five inches tall — is sort of invisible. He is a lifelong musical performer who has made few public appearances since moving here — becoming mainly a “digital performer.” His original songs — many of which are currently on th [Read More]
About Town: Christopher Kent About Town: Christopher Kent
55 weeks ago - Town and gown
Christopher Kent — a Patton Township resident who is six feet, five inches tall — is sort of invisible. He is a lifelong musical performer who has made few public appearances since moving here — becoming mainly a “digital performer.” His original songs — many of [Read More]
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