SELINSGROVE —The Middlecreek Valley Antique Association Inc. (MVAA) will hold its 25th annual spring show Friday through Sunday on its 43-acre show grounds along Old Colony Road.
Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority could have hosted a typical open house to show people their new offerings for the summer, but instead, they turned it into a Family Fun Day, with activities to allow people of all ages a chance to laugh and learn.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Michelle Rasul had just learned to read and write and was already spinning turntables, scratching hip-hop records and making the beats drop. Four years later, at the age of 9, she’s one of the world’s top DJs and competed in this year’s global championship.
NEW YORK — A free e-book compilation includes excerpts from upcoming works by Mitch Albom, Lauren Groff, Rick Riordan and dozens of other writers.
NEW YORK — It will come as little surprise to its legion of fans that the first professional musical to be mounted in the U.S. during the pandemic was “Godspell.”
NEW YORK (AP) — Taylor Sheridan, initially brought on to rewrite the mountain thriller “Those Who Wish Me Dead,” gradually got more invested in the movie. When another filmmaker dropped out, he called the studio with an offer.
ALLENWOOD — It’s not often that adults can combine nature, art and wine with a zoo full of snakes, turtles and a (Komodo) dragon.
RIVERSIDE — Not only will there be a parade and other events to celebrate a sesquicentennial, but the music will also be provided by groups with local ties to the town.
A sleepy and aimless stab at something earnestly “feel-good,” “Here Today” is a wasted pairing of Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish that juggles dementia, grief and family squabbles about as adeptly as a daytime soap.
“Second Place,” by Rachel Cusk (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)In 1922, the now-legendary arts patron Mabel Dodge Luhan invited the British writer D.H. Lawrence to her home in Taos, New Mexico. A decade later, she published a memoir about the visit called “Lorenzo in Taos.”
HERNDON — As schools continue to navigate the spring musical season this year with continued COVID protocols, Line Mountain Middle and High School students have found a way to not only feature their theater skills but showcase their other talents as well.
LEWISBURG — The crafters and artisans would be reason enough to attend this event, but add in a farm market with kids’ attractions and a restaurant, and you’ve got a family-friendly destination.
LEWISBURG — Craft lovers can feast on a huge variety of handcrafted items in a well-thought-out, socially distanced setting this weekend while enjoying music and fun activities.
SELINSGROVE — World War I and the “Spanish Flu” of 1918 were over, and songs like “Swanee,” “Makin’ Whoopee,” “Yes! We Have No Bananas” and “Ain’t Misbehavin’” filled the radios … and Thursday, the stage of an upcoming musical production too.
It can be exasperating to watch the annual Academy Awards while not having had a chance to view any of the short films nominated for a golden statue. Now there’s a way to view some or all of them from the comfort of your own home in plenty of time to be ready for the Oscars this Sunday.
LEWISBURG — With pandemic restrictions, the Lewisburg Arts Council (LAC) could have just bagged their annual two-week Celebration of the Arts this year, but they noticed how much community members have been yearning for artistic events. So even though the traditional Arts Festival in the str…
The Susquehanna River is an iconic feature of the Valley and a recent project is highlighting just one more service it provides — a source of inspiration.
SELINSGROVE — In a world where nothing makes sense anymore, many people turn to a higher power. But what happens when heaven itself is trying to quell a rebellion?
COAL TOWNSHIP — A wide range of emotions will be on display this weekend when the Shamokin Area High School Music Department presents "Godspell."
BLOOMSBURG — Kids ages 7 to 17 are invited to learn about “white hat hacking” at a special conference hosted by the Bloomsburg Children’s Museum this Saturday.
SHAMOKIN — With several new businesses in town, a group of people decided it was time to host an event welcoming people to celebrate with music, food and fire.
SELINSGROVE — For once, the masks aren’t just about mitigating the spread of COVID-19, although they still do that too. In this play, they also give clues to viewers about each character.
SELINSGROVE — Four students from Selinsgrove Area High School recently achieved the coveted honor of joining a select group of high school musicians from 13 states for the NAfME 2021 All-Eastern Honor Ensembles.
SUNBURY – Born in Germany, Frank Wicher was 3 years old when he and his immediate and some extended family came to the U.S and settled in southern Michigan. They all lived close and got together every weekend. Wicher remembers music being a part of those times together – specifically Bavaria…
LEWISBURG – The classic romance line is, “We could make beautiful music together.” Two internationally known pianists married to each other prove the line can be true, performing their music together around the world.
Local restaurant owners are thrilled to be welcoming guests inside for St. Patrick’s Day, even with social distancing measures still in place. Anyone wanting to celebrate leprechauns, gold coins and the luck of the Irish will find plenty of options in the Susquehanna Valley.
TURBOTVILLE — The excitement from the cast of Warrior Run School District's spring musical is noticeable as they talk about the show.
BLOOMSBURG — Audience members can hop right in on the action in this one, guessing who the murderer is and receiving answers from the actors.
LEWISBURG — A special virtual gala featuring a family variety show on Saturday will benefit the Buffalo Valley Recreation Authority and its mission to keep amenities such as the community pool and gymnastics programs open and available for the community.
LEWISBURG — Downtown Lewisburg is known for its charming shops and architecture, but hidden one block behind Market Street are some eye-catching murals dancing with color, whimsy and special meaning.
Two Sunbury residents will star in "The Bridges of Madison County," which is being presented by the Community Theatre League and the Community Arts Center, in Williamsport.
Missing the melodies of your favorite local musicians? Here’s a unique way to hear more than 30 of them performing original tunes focusing on their love for the river that created and winds through our valley.
WILLIAMSPORT — Uptown Music Collective, a non-profit school of music, will present a fundraising tribute to the Eagles this weekend at the Community Arts Center, 220 W. Fourth St., in Williamsport.
Even during the great plagues of the past, people managed to meet, court and fall in love. So with COVID-19 dragging on and making social distancing as important as ever, local venues have found creative ways to celebrate the most famous day of love.