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Scheduled Guests for April 23, 2019

FEDERAL FRENZY

Youngstown State University Penguin Productions, The Rich Center for Autism, and the City of Youngstown are proud to presentYoungstown State University Penguin Productions, The Rich Center for Autism, and the City of Youngstown are proud to present FEDERAL FRENZY on Saturday, April 25, 2015. This joint effort will take place in downtown Youngstown between 2:00 P.M. and 11:00 P.M. Martini Brothers Burger Bar, O'Donold's Irish Pub & Grill Downtown, and Suzie's Dogs & Drafts will host live music performances throughout the afternoon and a local artisan marketplace will take place on Phelps Street and Federal Street. Art will be on display in the Mckelvey Gallery and will feature YSU students as well as local artists. Outdoor stage performances begin at 6:00 P.M. featuring high-powered grunge rock artist Bully, local Americana favorite and YSU graduate Jordan DePaul, and Red Wanting Blue, Ohio’s own quintessential rock & roll touring band. Admission is free and open to YSU students and the public. Tickets are not required for entrance. Seventeen acts will perform at FEDERAL FRENZY, including ten Youngstown State University affiliated student bands. The Summit FM, a locally owned and operated, member-supported public radio station, will sponsor the FEDERAL FRENZY Listener’s Choice Award for eligible student performers. The winning act, selected utilizing Ving by via680 interactive software from Youngstown Business Incubator company via680, will be offered a unique opportunity to perform and record a three-song set in The Summit’s Audio-Technica Studio C. In addition to student bands, each downtown venue will also host a national touring act. Confirmed artists include Ohio bred spoken word poet and songwriter 7Hykoo, Pittsburgh based pop-soul-funk artist Joy Ike, and The Lighthouse and the Whaler, indie-folk-pop musicians returning home to Ohio after recent performances at SXSW Music Festival. YSU acts include: Bridget Yurcisin - The Cardboard Cutouts - Colorblind - Future Hott Dads - Karoliina Ahonen - Lou Rivera - Northern Whale - Shultz & The I.C. - The 1093 Experience- Two Days Until Tomorrow on Saturday, April 25, 2015. This joint effort will take place in downtown Youngstown between 2:00 P.M. and 11:00 P.M. Martini Brothers Burger Bar, O'Donold's Irish Pub & Grill Downtown, and Suzie's Dogs & Drafts will host live music performances throughout the afternoon and a local artisan marketplace will take place on Phelps Street and Federal Street. Art will be on display in the Mckelvey Gallery and will feature YSU students as well as local artists. Outdoor stage performances begin at 6:00 P.M. featuring high-powered grunge rock artist Bully, local Americana favorite and YSU graduate Jordan DePaul, and Red Wanting Blue, Ohio’s own quintessential rock & roll touring band. Admission is free and open to YSU students and the public. Tickets are not required for entrance. Seventeen acts will perform at FEDERAL FRENZY, including ten Youngstown State University affiliated student bands. The Summit FM, a locally owned and operated, member-supported public radio station, will sponsor the FEDERAL FRENZY Listener’s Choice Award for eligible student performers. The winning act, selected utilizing Ving by via680 interactive software from Youngstown Business Incubator company via680, will be offered a unique opportunity to perform and record a three-song set in The Summit’s Audio-Technica Studio C. In addition to student bands, each downtown venue will also host a national touring act. Confirmed artists include Ohio bred spoken word poet and songwriter 7Hykoo, Pittsburgh based pop-soul-funk artist Joy Ike, and The Lighthouse and the Whaler, indie-folk-pop musicians returning home to Ohio after recent performances at SXSW Music Festival. YSU acts include: Bridget Yurcisin - The Cardboard Cutouts - Colorblind - Future Hott Dads - Karoliina Ahonen - Lou Rivera - Northern Whale - Shultz & The I.C. - The 1093 Experience- Two Days Until Tomorrow


Dr Kathryn Mannix

Dr Kathryn Mannix has spent her medical career working with people who have incurable, advanced illnesses. Starting in cancer care and changing career to become a pioneer of the new discipline of palliative medicine, she has worked as a palliative care consultant in teams in hospices, hospitals and in patients’ own homes, optimising quality of life even as death is approaching. She is passionate about public education, and having qualified as a Cognitive Behaviour Therapist in 1993, she started the UK’s (possibly the world’s) first CBT clinic exclusively for palliative care patients, and devised ‘CBT First Aid’ training to enable palliative care colleagues to add new skills to their repertoire for helping patients. I am on a mission to reclaim public understanding of dying. I have helped to care for thousands of people at the very end of their lives and have seen first-hand the harm done by the Taboo of Death. Instead of dying, people ‘pass away’. They are not ‘dead’, but ‘late,’ ‘lost’ or ‘departed’.


With the End in Mind,2 minute video, Kathryn Mannix

2 minute video Read this book and you'll be better prepared for life as well as death.


Green Y-town 2019 Tire Drive

Got abandoned tires littering your neighborhood or in your garage? Bring them to our Tire Recycling Drive at the Covelli Centre from 9am-2pm. First 10 passenger tires per car FREE $2 per passenger tire thereafter. Tires w/rims accepted at no extra charge. Semi tires are $10 each. Agricultural tires are $20 each. NO commercial/business drop-off’s accepted! Tires collected during a community cleanup of public or abandoned property will not be charged IF YOU CALL AHEAD FOR APPROVAL! IF YOU HAVE MORE THAN 10 TIRES, PLEASE MAKE MULTIPLE TRIPS. IT IS AGAINST STATE LAW TO TRANSPORT MORE THAN 10 TIRES IN A VEHICLE WITHOUT A SPECIAL PERMIT FROM THE EPA. Mahoning County Residents ONLY


Green Youngstown 18 May 2019 Electronics & Appliance Recycling Drive

Electronics- Computers, monitors, TVS, stereos, cell phones, telephones, cameras, etc. Appliances- Dehumidifiers, air conditioners, microwaves, refrgerators, freezers etc.



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