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Poland gets the points in 2nd half

By Jim Flick sports@vindy.com NILES Poland High School’s football team considered turnabout

Concerts move and grow

ruKus festival By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Rukus festival moves to the

Oakland brings back ‘A ... My Name Is Alice’ to start 25th season

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The Oakland Center for the Arts will begin its

Rock at the Royal Oaks will have a rough edge

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN With a lineup that includes bands such as Crazy

Acting on Impulse: Hotel reboots club, comedy stage

The entertainment spots in the Metroplex Hotel in Liberty are getting some overdue attention.

Youngstown Playhouse opens with ‘Gypsy’

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The Youngstown Play- house will kick off the

Youngstown native co-hosts TV series

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com Zack Yankush is comb- ing the world in search of the most

Youngstown’s Ed O’Neill gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN It’s not every actor who lands a lead role in

YSO strikes a chord with Manilow

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com When the Youngstown Symphony Orchestra was asked to perform

Polish festival is set for Sunday

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com AUSTINTOWN The more Mike Ostrowski learned about Polish

Bands will join forces for Ballyhoo festival

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN To raise money and awareness for the battle

Drum Fest will bring beat to Firestone Park

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com COLUMBIANA Drum Fest will return to Fire- stone Park this

Evangelist turns painful past into gospel play

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Earlina Gilford-Weaver is turning the story of

Bridge renamed for Brier Hill booster

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The late Dominic Modarelli’s love for his

O'Neill gets Walk of Fame star

Ed O’Neill, actor, with his 2011 Screen Actors Guild Award

TV personality lends voice to area’s political needs Omarosa

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com Omarosa Manigault- Stallworth — better known simply as

‘Tony and Susan’ delves into its characters’ minds

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com “Tony and Susan” by Austin Wright (Grand Central Publishing,

Via Sahara reunites for Vexfest 8

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Vexfest will be reincarnated for the eighth

JAMZ turns on radio listeners

The Youngstown-Warren radio market doesn’t see a lot of change as far as ratings go. The same

Another side of The Houseband

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com Any discussion of Youngstown’s most popular bands will have

Proposed bridge will connect museum’s two buildings

The Butler Institute of American Art has been trying to connect with an adjacent building it owns to

U2 reaches lofty heights at Heinz Field

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com PITTSBURGH U2 doesn’t shrink under the massive scale of

Youngstown native’s opera premieres Saturday

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com Youngstown native J LanY has lived a life of music.

A polka for Polish Youngstown

No local group has been more effective at reawakening ethnic pride than Polish Youngstown. The


Youngstowners of all stripes are attracted to the urban heart of the region By GUY D’ASTOLFO

Animated talent with voice actor Jim Cummings

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com Talk about animated conversations. A phone chat with Jim

Jazz festival Lineup includes SounDoctrine

Harrison Common, a newly constructed parklet and public space at Youngstown State University, will be the setting for a jazz festival Saturday evening, part of YSU’s Summer Festival of the Arts.

Gary Rhamy, adult music return to Valley airwaves

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com The Sinatra went silent late last year, when both of

Theory of a Deadman returns to the Mahoning Valley

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com AUSTINTOWN Theory of a Deadman’s return to the Mahoning

Jazz festival Lineup includes SounDoctrine

Summer Festival of the Arts By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN Harrison Common,

Lawyer-actress bridges gap to arts community

Denise Glinatsis Bayer became a lawyer in 2005, but she has been involved in theater ever since she

Music festival will bring an explosion of hope

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com Niki Feezle was alive for just 24 years, but she packed a

Sammy’s, Tap House get fresh start with new owners

New owners are injecting new life into two well-known area nightspots: Sammy’s in Austintown and the

E. Palestine theater still isn’t open, but the show (‘Hamlet’) goes on

It was about this time last year that East Palestine Community Theater was supposed to make an

TNT goes sci-fi ‘Skies’ soars high

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com Which are cooler: zombies or aliens? “Falling Skies,” the

The Kellys look to a new direction

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com With the release of their new album, “Opus,” Warren rockers

Irish festival canceled

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com YOUNGSTOWN The Mahoning Valley’s Irish festival will not

‘Youngstown’ singer in hometown debut

Youngstowners are familiar with budding country singer Sarah Turner, thanks to the airplay her song

‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ Back to rock roots

By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com SALEM Even though Salem Community Theatre’s production of

Ballroom dancer takes shot at Fox competition show

As a matter of fact, Kristin Dobson of Howland does think she can dance — and apparently, so do a

Jones for Revival plans extended set at festival

Those who go to Jonesfest on Saturday will get an extra-large helping of Jones for Revival.

YSU student writers launch online magazine

Feedback is what a budding writer wants most, and it’s also the literary lifeblood of Jenny online magazine.

Altered images

In an unflattering way, Youngstown gets the credit for Alex Stulock’s new-found interest in photography.

Chaney’s final curtain call

Chaney High School students Janaia Spearman, left, as the Fairy Godmother, and Kaitlyn Cook as Cinderella rehearse a scene from “Cinderella” Wednesday at the school. Friday evening’s performance will be the final traditional theatrical production at the school.

Food Network keeps alive the memory of a young chef

Matthew Finkel had overcome the odds by going to culinary school and becoming a bakery-pastry chef.


Penguin Productions was started five years ago, with a goal of staging large-scale entertainment for the campus and greater community.

Easy Street Productions brings back ‘Forever Plaid’

Easy Street Productions is bringing back “Forever Plaid,” the quirky little musical about a ’60s vocal group that reunites in the afterlife.

Valley native’s book examines the mark left by Nine Inch Nails

For her first book as an author, Daphne Carr chose a topic that had made an impression in her life:

Funhouse enthusiast likes the frights

Rick Davis is refurbishing a coffin in his workshop when a reporter arrives.

An opera of grand proportions

“The Phantom of the Opera” By GUY D’ASTOLFO dastolfo@vindy.com When West Branch High theater


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