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Newsletter for April 20th - April 27th
Volume 272
Entertainment Highlights

Opening this week:

Water for Elephants

Madea's Big Happy Family

Atlas Shrugged

Visit's Movie Section!

Grab dinner and a movie. Visit's Dining Guide for dining suggestions, user ratings, menus and more!

Nobody's Hero
10:30 pm

Screaming Ducks
10:30 pm

Jim Page
8:00 pm
Elk Creek Aleworks

Hank & Chet and their Ramblin' Logsplitters
10:30 pm

The Boys Next Door
7:30 pm
Penn State Downtown Theatre

Strauss’s Capriccio
1:00 pm
State Theatre

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
8:00 pm
State Theatre


Red Bull Chariot Race
2:00 pm
Fraternity Row

PSU Baseball vs Ohio St.
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Medlar Field

Dog Jog
10:00 am
Grange Fair Grounds

Healthy Kids Day
1:00 pm
State College YMCA

CRPR Easter Egg Hunt
2:00 pm
Orchard Park

Bog Treasures
5:00 pm
Black Moshannon State Park


Happy Easter

Everyone here at would like to wish you a Happy Easter.  Be sure to visit our Easter Guide, it has a list of Easter Egg Hunts, and other events happening around the area. Our Places of Worship page has a map of all local churches and our Community Calendar has a huge list of other events taking place in State College and the surrounding areas.

Be sure to visit our Mother's Day page as well.  It has a list of events, gift ideas and dining specials. Also, you can enter to win a $50 gift certificate to Alto's Restaurant. (enter here)

Other Interesting Events Community Calendar 

Movin' On

Penn State prides itself in its rich traditions: the Nittany Lion, JoePa, Beaver Stadium, the Blue Band, scholastic excellence and -  since 1974 - a FREE TO EVERYONE spring music festival called Movin’ On. As perhaps the largest student-run music festival in the country, and a Penn State tradition now in its 37th year, Movin’ On brings the top music of today, tomorrow, and yesterday together. 13:30 -11:00 pm next Friday (4/29) near the Bryce Jordan Center and Beaver Stadium. (more info)

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Local Headlines More News 

Get the Boot: Parking software that recognizes license plates could help State College enforcement officers to "boot" more chronic offenders' vehicles. (read)

West End Plans Tabled: Capping some six years of discussion, State College Borough Council voted 7-1 Monday to table a comprehensive zoning proposal for the borough's West End. (read)

Immortal Adds a Show: Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour, put on by Cirque du Soleil, has added a second show to its Penn State plans for 2012. (read)

Bring the NoiseWith a 5-2 vote, State College Borough Council agreed Monday to ask the state Liquor Control Board for complete local control over loud-music violations. (read)

Homecoming Logo: Penn State's Homecoming Executive Committee revealed the university 2011 Homecoming logo during the Blue-White Game. (see it)

Blue-White Photos: Even though heavy rains forced Saturday’s Blue-White Game to be called early, thousands of Nittany Lion fans went home happy. Our photographers captured these images. (view)

(all News)

Community Spotlight

Wild About Animals

The 12th annual "Wild About Animals" event is this Saturday at the Ag Arena from 10am-3pm. Among the events scheduled are a silent auction, Easter games (with free prizes) in the children's section, educational programs, pony rides and lots of interesting animals such as dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, hawks, chickens, livestock and a camel.
For the Kids: Face painting, Balloons, Carnival games, Ike the Spike, Zippy the Zebra and free candy from the Easter Bunny! (more info)

Open Houses
April 24th, 2011 1:00pm - 3:00pm
Fun Fact of the Week
Americans consume how many jelly beans at Easter?
a. 1 million
b. 5 million
c. 10 million
d. 16 billion
Last week's answer:
76,500 - What is the record crowd size for a Blue-White game?
Upcoming Events

Just a few upcoming events.  Post and see other events on our Community Calendar.

AAUW Used Book Sale - 5/7-10

Trash to Treasure - 6/4

Summer's Best Music Fest - 6/25 More Weather 


High 37°F
Low 36°F

Rather cloudy; fog, misty in the p.m.


High 47°F
Low 43°F

Periods of rain


High 50°F
Low 37°F

Cloudy with a couple of showers


High 45°F
Low 32°F

An a.m. flurry; otherwise, mainly cloudy


High 44°F
Low 30°F

More sun than clouds

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