Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Pete Greene reviews Sweet Charity and takes on community involvement as an anti-drug strategy at Venangoland.

Jerome Wincek has announced more shows, including two in Oil City.

The Derrick profiles local lego guy.

Meadville Council on the Arts hosts Coffeehouse this Saturday, June 23rd from 7:00 - 10:00. $4.00 donation. You can call ahead (336-5051) to reserve a table. The tentative schedule is 7:00 - 8:00: solo acoustic artist - Caleb Brennan

8:00 - 9:00: musicians from the band formerly known as Geppetto

9:00 - 10:00: band - Title Me Wrong

I’m trying to figure out how to decorate my office this fall – it’s basically a bare room with a computer right now – So some historic theatre seats from Butler’s Strand Theater at Theater Seat Auction Open House tonight at 6 pm are pretty tempting. The seats are divided in to sets of 1, 2, 3 or 4 seats. Proceeds from the auction will benefit The Strand's ongoing renovation as a performing arts, education and community outreach center. For more information call Ron Carter at (724) 742-0400.

Supporters of The "Local Community Radio Act of 2007" (HR 2802), like, you know, me, are asking you to contact Rep. John Peterson and ask him to support the effort as well.
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On Friday June 29th the GLFA will be showing . Grey Gardens at the Roadhouse Theatre (145 West 11th Street, Erie, PA) Doors open at 7:30pm and show time is 8:pm No reservations are needed, seating will be general admission. This event is also BYOB with proper ID.

Erie’s annual free Gallery Night is this Friday.

Dead @ 17, a short film based on the popular series of graphic novels will receive its debut screening at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, on Friday, June 29. I reviewed it here.

The “Made In Pennsylvania: A Folk Art Tradition” show that opens this weekend at the Westmoreland Museum Of American Art includes important examples of fraktur, salt-glazed stoneware, quilts, coverlets and samplers, all having their origins in Pennsylvania.

This weekend kicks off Pittsburgh’s Bikefest.

Celloforte’s battle of the band’s journey came to an end in Cleveland last weekend.

This week, New York Magazine's Vulture blog is excerpting Good As Lily, a m English-language manga written by Derek Kirk Kim and drawn by Jesse Hamm.

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