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By GUY D’ASTOLFO firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Vexfest will be reincarnated for the eighth
The Youngstown-Warren radio market doesn’t see a lot of change as far as ratings go. The same
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The Butler Institute of American Art has been trying to connect with an adjacent building it owns to
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By GUY D’ASTOLFO email@example.com Youngstown native J LanY has lived a life of music.
No local group has been more effective at reawakening ethnic pride than Polish Youngstown. The
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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.
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Denise Glinatsis Bayer became a lawyer in 2005, but she has been involved in theater ever since she
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By GUY D’ASTOLFO firstname.lastname@example.org Niki Feezle was alive for just 24 years, but she packed a
New owners are injecting new life into two well-known area nightspots: Sammy’s in Austintown and the
It was about this time last year that East Palestine Community Theater was supposed to make an
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By GUY D’ASTOLFO firstname.lastname@example.org With the release of their new album, “Opus,” Warren rockers
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Youngstowners are familiar with budding country singer Sarah Turner, thanks to the airplay her song
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As a matter of fact, Kristin Dobson of Howland does think she can dance — and apparently, so do a
Those who go to Jonesfest on Saturday will get an extra-large helping of Jones for Revival.
Feedback is what a budding writer wants most, and it’s also the literary lifeblood of Jenny online magazine.
In an unflattering way, Youngstown gets the credit for Alex Stulock’s new-found interest in photography.
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.
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 is bringing back “Forever Plaid,” the quirky little musical about a ’60s vocal group that reunites in the afterlife.
For her first book as an author, Daphne Carr chose a topic that had made an impression in her life:
Rick Davis is refurbishing a coffin in his workshop when a reporter arrives.
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With the release of their sophomore album, “Shifting,” JD Eicher and the Goodnights take their place among the elite of Northeast Ohio-Western Pennsylvania bands.
By GUY D’ASTOLFO firstname.lastname@example.org DaBoondox keeps coming up with new material faster than they
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J.E. Ballantyne Jr. will take another shot at a topic that has been a source of inspiration for him:
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Hae-Jong Lee is plunking keys on a piano in his office at Youngstown State University.
Bill Allen had a notion that the artistry of cirque performance would merge well with a symphony orchestra.
Youngstown State University Theater is trying something new.
Angelo Babbaro aims to build his career the same way he sings — the old-school way.
You’d think that when somebody finally got around to making a film about Red Wanting Blue, the Columbus-based band that has been touring nonstop for 13 years, it would be another Buckeye Stater.
The sounds of nature will spring to life at Warren Philharmonic Orchestra’s concert Sunday.
Red Wanting Blue’s March 12 show at Kent Stage might one day prove to be a turning point in the band’s career.
Swog’s Jam Session, which once sparked the local music scene, will return this Sunday. The
Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” takes place on a magical island, one that no one has ever seen.
By GUY D’ASTOLFO firstname.lastname@example.org YOUNGSTOWN Karla Seldon of Youngstown will head to New