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Teresa Mull, Town&Gown

Teresa Mull, Town&Gown

Articles by Teresa Mull, Town&Gown

Cultivating Beauty: Devoted Centre County Gardeners Share a Passion for Growing – and Giving Cultivating Beauty: Devoted Centre County Gardeners Share a Passion for Growing – and Giving
2 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Teresa Mull, Town&Gown
Centre County is known for its natural beauty, found in the forests and wild places that surround us. Local gardeners know how to tame the region’s vegetation, cultivate it, and create gardens that are expressions of the individual, and together celebrate the resources we all share. [Read More]
Cultivating Beauty:Devoted Centre County gardeners share a passion for growing – and giving Cultivating Beauty:Devoted Centre County gardeners share a passion for growing – and giving
4 weeks ago - Town and gown
Centre County is known for its natural beauty, found in the forests and wild places that surround us. Local gardeners know how to tame the region’s vegetation, cultivate it, and create gardens that are expressions of the individual, and together celebrate the resources we all share. The [Read More]
The Super 322 Continues to Bring the Really Big Screen Alive after 70 Years The Super 322 Continues to Bring the Really Big Screen Alive after 70 Years
7 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Teresa Mull, Town&Gown
Bill and Barb Frankhouser had a rough start when they became the new owners of the Super 322 Drive-In movie theater in 2001. Mere months after the drive-in changed hands, a truck crashed into the marquee and destroyed it. [Read More]
Nostalgic Nights: Long past the heyday of drive-in theaters, the Super 322 continues to bring the really big screen alive after 70 years   Nostalgic Nights: Long past the heyday of drive-in theaters, the Super 322 continues to bring the really big screen alive after 70 years
8 weeks ago - Town and gown
Bill and Barb Frankhouser had a rough start when they became the new owners of the Super 322 Drive-In movie theater in 2001. Mere months after the drive-in changed hands, a truck crashed into the marquee and destroyed it. “That was not a good year,” says Barb. “We were just about [Read More]
Online efforts are helping to keep the arts alive in Centre County Online efforts are helping to keep the arts alive in Centre County
17 weeks ago - Town and gown
The Centre County arts community, like so many other local businesses and organizations, is using its abundance of creativity to adapt to the unprecedented circumstances brought about by the coronavirus shutdown. “Art is a great healing tool,” says Lori Fisher, deputy director of the [Read More]
Artist Ben Saggese Finds Wide Success from His ‘Chouse’ in Tiny Central PA Village Artist Ben Saggese Finds Wide Success from His ‘Chouse’ in Tiny Central PA Village
19 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Teresa Mull, Town&Gown
Ben Saggese lives in the tiny village of Munson (population: 284), in a renovated “chouse” (church-house) that also doubles as an art studio. Despite his rural headquarters, Saggese has made an impression far and wide. [Read More]
Artist Ben Saggese finds wide success from his ‘chouse’ in tiny central PA village Artist Ben Saggese finds wide success from his ‘chouse’ in tiny central PA village
22 weeks ago - Town and gown
Ben Saggese lives in the tiny village of Munson (population: 284), in a renovated “chouse” (church-house) that also doubles as an art studio. Despite his rural headquarters, Saggese has made an impression far and wide.  The phrase, “Bloom where you’re planted” is [Read More]
50 Years after First Earth Day, Centre County’s Recycling Authority Continues the Mission to Educate 50 Years after First Earth Day, Centre County’s Recycling Authority Continues the Mission to Educate
23 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Teresa Mull, Town&Gown
Joanne Shafer remembers the very first Earth Day, held 50 years ago on April 7, 1970. To say it made an impression on her is an understatement. [Read More]
50 years after first Earth Day, Centre County’s Recycling Authority continues the mission to educate 50 years after first Earth Day, Centre County’s Recycling Authority continues the mission to educate
26 weeks ago - Town and gown
Joanne Shafer remembers the very first Earth Day, held 50 years ago on April 7, 1970. To say it made an impression on her is an understatement. “I’m a professional person whose avocation turned into a vocation and essentially a career because of the first Earth Day,” says Shafer. [Read More]
Here Comes the Sun: Solar Energy Projects Are on the Rise in Centre County Here Comes the Sun: Solar Energy Projects Are on the Rise in Centre County
34 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Teresa Mull, Town&Gown
Solar energy projects – both public and private – are abounding lately in Centre County. [Read More]
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