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Artist of Month: Jason Tutwiler Artist of Month: Jason Tutwiler
176 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Rebecca Poling, Town&Gown
Slide guitarist and State College native Jason Tutwiler does it all. He plays in four bands, gives guitar lessons to interested musicians in the area, and writes and records music. Tutwiler makes it look easy, but he takes his work to heart and has a passion for music and performing. [Read More]
Artist of Month: Jason Tutwiler Artist of Month: Jason Tutwiler
177 weeks ago - Town and gown
Slide guitarist and State College native Jason Tutwiler does it all. He plays in four bands, gives guitar lessons to interested musicians in the area, and writes and records music. Tutwiler makes it look easy, but he takes his work to heart and has a passion for music and performing. Tutwiler began [Read More]
Penn’s Woods Music Festival celebrates classical, orchestral and chamber genres Penn’s Woods Music Festival celebrates classical, orchestral and chamber genres
177 weeks ago - Town and gown
Penn’s Woods Music Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary this June. From outdoor concerts to arboretum walk-throughs to special events, the festival is a two-week, high-intensity event centered around classical, orchestral and chamber music genres. Musicians from across the country as [Read More]
Snapshot: Rebecca Inlow Snapshot: Rebecca Inlow
177 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Rebecca Poling, Town&Gown
In 1917, Charles Hedding Rowland, a congressman and local celebrity at the time, established the Rowland Theatre in Philipsburg. The theater has gone through its ups and downs since then, but a century later, its doors are still open as it brings in movies, musical acts, and more. [Read More]
Artist of the Month: Talley Fisher Is Carving Out Her Own Niche Artist of the Month: Talley Fisher Is Carving Out Her Own Niche
180 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Rebecca Poling, Town&Gown
Following the sudden death of her father, Rob, in 2006, Bellefonte artist Talley Fisher took over the suspended sculpting business he had started. With a background in zoology and landscape architecture, she has continued her father’s legacy, creating more than 40 pieces for major clients all arou [Read More]
Snapshot: Rebecca Inlow Snapshot: Rebecca Inlow
181 weeks ago - Town and gown
In 1917, Charles Hedding Rowland, a congressman and local celebrity at the time, established the Rowland Theatre in Philipsburg. The theater has gone through its ups and downs since then, but a century later, its doors are still open as it brings in movies, musical acts, and more. A 100th birthday [Read More]
Artist of the Month: Talley Fisher Artist of the Month: Talley Fisher
181 weeks ago - Town and gown
Following the sudden death of her father, Rob, in 2006, Bellefonte artist Talley Fisher took over the suspended sculpting business he had started. With a background in zoology and landscape architecture, she has continued her father’s legacy, creating more than 40 pieces for major clients all [Read More]
Artist of the Month: Melinda Curley Artist of the Month: Melinda Curley
183 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Rebecca Poling, Town&Gown
Penn State alum and longtime marketing expert Melinda Curley, a Pittsburgh native and current State College local, has turned over a new leaf in life. After working in the marketing field for numerous companies and agencies, she decided to go back to school to earn her master’s degree in poetry an [Read More]
Artist of the Month: Melinda Curley Artist of the Month: Melinda Curley
186 weeks ago - Town and gown
Penn State alum and longtime marketing expert Melinda Curley, a Pittsburgh native and current State College local, has turned over a new leaf in life. After working in the marketing field for numerous companies and agencies, she decided to go back to school to earn her master’s degree in [Read More]
Snapshot: Carolyn Donaldson Snapshot: Carolyn Donaldson
188 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Rebecca Poling, Town&Gown
With a strong belief in public media and making connections with the community, Carolyn Donaldson has begun a new phase of her life after serving as a news anchor for WTAJ-TV for more than 20 years. [Read More]
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