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Movie Review: McConaughey shines in ‘Dallas Buyer’s Club’

February 20, 2014 For a few years leading up to 2012’s “Mud,” Matthew McConaughey was going down the path laid by the likes of Johnny Depp: a road whose first miles were paved in good movies and good intentions, but... more »»

CAC welcomes Scarborough Fair

February 20, 2014 Simon & Garfunkel and their classic discography have undoubtedly had an immeasurable impact on popular culture. With their soft and introspective, yet jolly songs like “Cecilia” and “Mr. more »»

Indie band tops charts

February 20, 2014 Over the past decade the term “indie” has been used to describe so many different bands and sounds that it has almost lost all power of description. more »»

Revealing an untold story

February 13, 2014 The work of photo-based and internationally acclaimed artist Annu Palakunnathu Matthew will be on display at the Lycoming College Gallery from Feb. 20 through March 27. more »»

Post-rock pioneers mellow

February 13, 2014 Rave Tapes” is the eighth studio album by Scottish band Mogwai, a group that heavily influenced the development of post-rock, a genre of instrumental music featuring long, slow development of... more »»

Movie Review: ‘Lego Movie’ thinks outside the blocks

February 13, 2014 “The Lego Movie” is an irreverent blast through the imagination with a Marxist bent, subverting the sanctimony of its easygoing animated competition — I’m looking at you, Disney — for a haphazard... more »»

Movie Review: ‘Lone Survivor’ gut-wrenching and real

February 13, 2014 “Lone Survivor” pushes the envelope on how much brutality filmgoers can tolerate. more »»

Competition begins among local high schools for CTL Ray of Light awards

February 13, 2014 Aah. Spring is in the air, despite what that grumpy groundhog predicts. more »»

Movie Review: ‘Monuments Men’ solid and understated

February 13, 2014 Imagine a big-budget war movie with a dynamite cast that’s very old-fashioned, very slow and generally played as comedy. more »»

Howlin’ Brothers ready to wail at Elk Creek Cafe

February 13, 2014 MILHEIM — The Howlin’ Brothers don’t have much reason to sing the blues this year, but that’s OK with them. more »»

Switchfoot kicks off east coast tour at Penn College

February 13, 2014 Pennsylvania College of Technology’s Bardo Gym will be the starting place for the band, Switchfoot’s 2014 tour, supporting their newly released album and feature film, both entitled “Fading West. more »»

That's Amore

February 6, 2014 Italian culture has had a long and influential impact on American culture. more »»

Country singer-songwriter Michaela Anne to perform

February 6, 2014 Michaela Anne, a country singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn, will perform Feb. 13 at Bullfrog Brewery, 229 W. Fourth St. more »»

‘Sherlock’ characters reveal their true identities in season 3 finale

February 6, 2014 “His Last Vow,” a revelatory, twist-laden episode about loyalty and the power of information, concludes series three of BBC’s “Sherloc. more »»

Folk veteran continues success

February 6, 2014 "Brothers and Sisters of the Eternal Son” is the 11th studio album by Damien Jurado, which is quite a feat considering that every one of those albums since 1997 has received above-average reviews. more »»

Shakespeare for all at Millbrook Playhouse

February 6, 2014 MILL HALL — Supposedly, it was William Shakespeare who penned the phrase, “The play’s the thing. more »»

Bucknell exhibit hosts conversations around the female body

February 6, 2014 LEWISBURG — Bucknell University’s Samek Art Gallery will introduce “a new way of talking about citizenship, sexuality, human rights and bodies” Wednesday with the opening of “The Cliteracy Project,”... more »»

Lycoming College offers the Harold Clurman experience

February 6, 2014 The Lycoming College Theatre Department will stage the solo play “LET IT BE ART! Harold Clurman’s Life of Passion” Feb. 13 through 15. more »»

Movie Review: Stellar performances overcome plot flaws in ‘Labor Day’

February 6, 2014 “Labor Day” has gotten lukewarm notices, but it brought tears to my eyes three times — and that’s good enough for me. more »»

Stories through song

January 30, 2014 The Williamsport Symphony Orchestra will share three “Fantastic Tales” — each with vastly different stories and musical arrangements — with its upcoming concert Feb. more »»

 
 

 

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