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5 Questions with Carolyn Surrick, one of founding member of Ensemble Galilei  5 Questions with Carolyn Surrick, one of founding member of Ensemble Galilei
5 weeks ago - Town and gown
Since its start in 1990, Ensemble Galilei has continuously worked hard to create and bring to life unique and innovative musical projects. In the midst of its traveling and performing all over the country, it will be making a stop at the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts in July, performing [Read More]
5 Questions with my father, Joe Harteis 5 Questions with my father, Joe Harteis
9 weeks ago - Town and gown
President Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “We may not be able to prepare the future for our children, but we can at least prepare our children for the future.” This quote immediately makes me think of, and be thankful for, my father, who has worked hard (and continues to) to make sure [Read More]
5 Questions with State College Choral Society’s music director Russell Shelley  5 Questions with State College Choral Society’s music director Russell Shelley
14 weeks ago - Town and gown
On May 10, the State College Choral Society will celebrate its 65th anniversary with a performance of Bach’s St. John Passion at Pasquerilla Spiritual Center. Music director Russell Shelley has been directing the choral society for 14 years — his love for music stretches all [Read More]
5 Questions with Mary Roach, author of Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void 5 Questions with Mary Roach, author of Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void
18 weeks ago - Town and gown
Every year since 2003, Centre County Reads has encouraged county residents to explore the human condition and the issues of community by reading the same book and coming together for discussions. Mary Roach’s Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void is the 2014 Centre County [Read More]
5 Questions with JR Mangan, organizer of “Rock the 80s”, the benefit concert for the Bob Perks Cancer Assistance Fund 5 Questions with JR Mangan, organizer of “Rock the 80s”, the benefit concert for the Bob Perks Cancer Assistance Fund
22 weeks ago - Town and gown
For the second consecutive year, the local community will be able to enjoy an exciting night of live ’80s music while also contributing to a special cause. Proceeds from the Rock the 80s concert, held March 22 at the State Theatre, go toward the Bob Perks Cancer Assistance Fund, which [Read More]
Q&A: State College mayor Elizabeth Goreham Q&A: State College mayor Elizabeth Goreham
30 weeks ago - Town and gown
When she moved to State College 20 years ago, Elizabeth Goreham didn’t plan on being the mayor of the town. It was when she came to realize her passion for the community that there was no stopping her. In November, Goreham was re-elected State College’s mayor for a second term, and she [Read More]
5 Questions with Jason McIntyre, local musician and producer for the “Runnin’ Down A Dream” concert benefitting Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania and the State Theatre 5 Questions with Jason McIntyre, local musician and producer for the “Runnin’ Down A Dream” concert benefitting Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania and the State Theatre
31 weeks ago - Town and gown
On January 25, the State Theatre and Easter Seals Western and Central Pennsylvania are once again bringing their third annual benefit concert to Happy Valley. Local musicians will present “Runnin’ Down A Dream,” which celebrates the music of Tom Petty, at the State [Read More]
5 Questions with Bill Doan, Penn State theater professor, and writer/performer of Not Self Inflicted 5 Questions with Bill Doan, Penn State theater professor, and writer/performer of Not Self Inflicted
39 weeks ago - Town and gown
Bill Doan is a professor, author, and performing artist. He has taught theater history, criticism, and literature as well as devised a community-based theater at Penn State for five years now. He also has served as president of the Association for Theatre in Higher Education from 2011 to 2013. On [Read More]
Q&A with St. Joseph's principal Christopher Chirieleison Q&A with St. Joseph's principal Christopher Chirieleison
53 weeks ago - Town and gown
Saint Joseph’s Catholic Academy, a faith-based college-preparatory high school, opened in Boalsburg in the fall of 2011. It originally opened for ninth- and tenth- grade students, and this year it will have juniors (who could attend in 2012) and seniors, as well. It will graduate its [Read More]
5 Questions with bluegrass singer Rhonda Vincent 5 Questions with bluegrass singer Rhonda Vincent
57 weeks ago - Town and gown
Growing up as the fifth generation of the musical Vincent Family, Rhonda Vincent began singing publicly at the age of 3. Since then, she has not stopped singing or performing, and her success has earned her and her band more than 80 awards, including Entertainer of the Year from the International [Read More]
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