Friday, April 13, 2007

The News Herald covers the opening of the new Movies at Cranberry:
Plans for the theater also include the construction of self-projection rooms that can be rented out by small groups
Creepy old guys in raincoats, rejoice! Oh and all you local fimmakers too...Still no word on if they'll apply for a liquor license like the Meadville location.

Lynyrd Skynyrd is coming to the Crawford County Fair on August 22. What's so funny about the article are the quotes the writer chose to include:
I’m not a per se Lynyrd Skynyrd fan, but I like some of their music. I expect I will go to the concert.. . .Wow said one person upon learning the name announced...'Some of the original members of the band are still there
Careful there with that enthusiasm son!

I had my eye on this Brady carte de viste from Venango resident General Alexander Hays, but alas, this morning it officially went out of my budget...

Klezmer! The Klingons, a klezmer band from Philadelphia, plays at 8 p.m. in Clarion University's Hart Chapel. It's free and open to the public. (My two favorite words associated with the arts). The next day, at 11 am, the band will lecture on “Teaching Diversity by Using Music,” in the Marwick-Boyd Lecture Hall. You could buy their CD here, if it were instock, instead you can stream it. (Also, while Clarion refers to them as "The Kingons", they seems to refer to themselves as "Klingon Klezmer". Either way, I can't even imagine how many cease and desist letters the Star Trek people must send them.

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