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Taste of the Month: Little Szechuan Taste of the Month: Little Szechuan
3 hours ago - Town and gown
Little Szechuan, located at 228 West College Avenue in State College, serves up a taste of authentic Szechuan cuisine. The food from the Szechuan province in southwestern China offers customers bold and spicy flavors from the liberal use of garlic and chili peppers. Dishes are made with a balanced [Read More]
Lunch with Mimi: Angela Rogers Lunch with Mimi: Angela Rogers
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vilma Shu Danz, Town&Gown
Town&Gown founder Mimi Barash Coppersmith sits down with Penn State Commission for Women chair Angela Rogers to discuss the mission of the commission and the barriers to advancement that women still face. [Read More]
Lunch with Mimi: Angela Rogers Lunch with Mimi: Angela Rogers
5 weeks ago - Town and gown
Since 1981, the Commission for Women has served as an advisory group to the president of Penn State on the status of women at the university. The commission identifies areas of concern for the women employees and students and recommends solutions. The university president appoints the members of [Read More]
Taste of the Month: Gigi's Southern Table Taste of the Month: Gigi's Southern Table
5 weeks ago - Town and gown
Get ready to take a trip down South without getting on a plane. Gigi’s Restaurant — Southern Table & Bar, located at 2080 Cato Avenue in State College, captures the charming, relaxed atmosphere of the South with a menu that makes your tummy sing with soul. From fried chicken [Read More]
Lunch with Mimi: Terry Smith Lunch with Mimi: Terry Smith
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vilma Shu Danz, Town&Gown
When James Franklin was hired as Penn State football’s head coach in 2014, he brought with him many of his assistants from Vanderbilt — all of whom had no prior connection to Penn State. There was one notable exception. Franklin hired former Nittany Lion receiver Terry Smith, who had been the wi [Read More]
A Salute to Volunteers A Salute to Volunteers
8 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Vilma Shu Danz, Town&Gown, David Pencek, Town&Gown, Tiara Snare, Town&Gown
In honor of National Volunteer Month in April, a few members of the Town&Gown staff visited three places that provide so much to our communities — and who rely so much on volunteers. [Read More]
Lunch with Mimi: Terry Smith Lunch with Mimi: Terry Smith
9 weeks ago - Town and gown
When James Franklin was hired as Penn State football’s head coach in 2014, he brought with him many of his assistants from Vanderbilt — all of whom had no prior connection to Penn State. There was one notable exception. Franklin hired former Nittany Lion receiver Terry Smith, who [Read More]
Taste of the Month: Lettermans Sports Grill Taste of the Month: Lettermans Sports Grill
9 weeks ago - Town and gown
Newly renovated Lettermans Sports Grill is one of the area’s best spots to dine in and watch your favorite teams play. Located at 1031 East College Avenue in State College, it also is conveniently situated just minutes from Beaver Stadium, the Bryce Jordan Center, and other Penn State sports [Read More]
A Salute to Volunteers A Salute to Volunteers
9 weeks ago - Town and gown
The lifeblood of nearly all nonprofit organizations is the work done by volunteers. They are the people behind the scenes who give of their time to help causes, groups, events, and more without asking anything in return. April is National Volunteer Month, which celebrates the work done by [Read More]
Lunch with Mimi: Judge Katie Oliver Lunch with Mimi: Judge Katie Oliver
13 weeks ago - Town and gown
Transcribed by Christine D'Emidio. Taking office in January as the newly elected judge of the Centre County Court of Common Pleas, Katie Oliver brings more than 20 years of experience from her work as an attorney and partner at McQuaide Blasko Law Firm in State College. In her new role, she will be [Read More]
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