Saturday, May 19, 2007

With a name like 'Grout", did the guy even consider another career other than mosiac artist? The Derrick profiles Cranberry Elementary School fifth and sixth grade students' mosiac that "depicts an aerial view of the Cranberry area with the school as the centerpiece for the surrounding communities of Franklin, Rocky Grove and Oil City."

Schism director John C. Lyons is looking for extras for a scene to be shot in Erie, PA on Saturday June 2nd from 2-4 pm. There is no pay and no acting experience is necessary. Credit and copy will be given to all participants involved. Requirements: Men and women age 65 or older with no hair or white/gray-colored. For the scene all participants will be asked to sit or stand in place under low light conditions, there will be no dialogue. Contact Lyons at 814-746-8264 or via email.

The Tragically Hip sold out tonight's in Erie, PA show.

We have directions to the First Annual Firefly Music Festival. The festival runs from Fri., July 27 through Sun., July 29, and will be held outside Cambridge Springs on State Route 77 next to Greenhill Cycle.

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