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WonderStruck prepares for debut at LCC

Assorted ramblings from the world of entertainment: • WonderStruck music festival, put on by the folks responsible for LaureLive, makes its debut this weekend at Lakeland Community College. Festival organizer The Elevation Group announced one lineup change this week. Noah Cyrus dropped ...

A buffet of Buffett

Jimmy Buffett’s show this summer at the Pavilion at Star Lake was canceled, which means Parrotheads haven’t had an area concert by the man who brings Key West to the North Coast since 2018. Buffett might not be making local landfall, but four of the 11 members of his Coral Reefer Band ...

Gullickson brings harmony to Buffett favorites

Tina Gullickson doesn’t do a lot of gigs with Jimmy Buffett tribute bands, but she has an added incentive when Fins to the Left calls. During a telephone interview from her home in southern California, Gullickson said she has cousins in the area, so those trips to perform at the Warren ...

No longer ‘Forbidden,’ Rust Belt returns

Rust Belt Theater Company returns Friday to live performances with an old favorite. The musical revue “Forbidden Youngstown” will be staged for five shows over three weekends at the Calvin Center. “The audience is familiar with it, and I knew a lot of the performers would want to ...

McDonough hosts print sale

The McDonough Museum of Art will have a print sale Saturday in conjunction with its “In Memoriam” exhibition. Prints will be available by Jack Carlton and Michael J. Walusis, two of the three artists featured in an exhibition celebrating the work of three deceased professors who were ...

Carnegie presents things ordinary, extraordinary

Carnegie Museum of Art unveils “Extraordinary Ordinary Things,” a major reinstallation of the museum’s 8,000-square-foot Ailsa Mellon Bruce Galleries, on Saturday. Featuring more than 300 objects, including some 150 recent acquisitions from the museum’s expansive collection, ...