Albright College to Offer Halloween Evening Comedy

Albright College to Offer Halloween Evening Comedy Reading – Be sure this Halloween is filled with laughter, by enjoying “Unwrapped Candy: a Sketchy Halloween Spectacular,” Wed., Oct. 31, at 9:30 p.m., in Albright College’s Roop Hall. Presented by Albright’s student-run Sketch Society, the evening festivities will include comedy, music and spooky fun. Albright’s Sketch Society students […]

Groundbreaking spay/neuter partnership to provide free services for free roaming cats in Berks County

Groundbreaking spay/neuter partnership to provide free services for free roaming cats in Berks County Reading – Humane Pennsylvania, the region’s largest partnership of animal welfare organizations, recently accepted its largest gift to date: a $3.1 million dollar grant from The Giorgi Family Foundation. The grant’s purpose is to eliminate preventable companion animal suffering by undercutting […]

Studio B Art Gallery Opens “Diverse Elements”

Studio B Art Gallery Opens “Diverse Elements” Featuring the Paintings of Sandra and Bob Wood and 3D Sculptures of Daniel Schlenker, and Bob Hakun Studio B Art Gallery, 39A East Philadelphia Avenue in Boyertown, opened an exhibit entitled “Diverse Elements” featuring the paintings of Sandra and Bob Wood and the 3D sculptures of Daniel Schlenker […]

SAVE THE DATE: Hurricane Fundraiser Pancake Breakfast

SAVE THE DATE: Hurricane Fundraiser Pancake Breakfast Bally Mennonite Church, Route 100 in Bally, will be serving a pancake breakfast, including pancakes, French toast, sausage, scrapple, OJ, tea, and coffee in the Church Fellowship hall Saturday, Nov. 17, from 7 to 10:30 a.m. Donations of all amounts are appreciated. For more information, call the church office at 610.845.7780 or visit ballymc.org Proceeds […]

ICYMI: Elizabethtown College announces major exhibition of Lawrence Ferlinghetti art work and writings

ICYMI: Elizabethtown College announces major exhibition of Lawrence Ferlinghetti art work and writings Elizabethtown hosting “Lawrence Ferlinghetti: An American Cultural Icon,” curated by alumnus George Krevsky Elizabethtown College will hold a major exhibition of Lawrence Ferlinghetti’s art work and writings, titled “Lawrence Ferlinghetti: An American Cultural Icon.” The exhibition, curated by 25-year Ferlinghetti visual art […]

Kae Huang among 700 students in CCU’s new Honors College

Kae Huang among 700 students in CCU’s new Honors College FLEETWOOD – The HTC Honors College and Center for Interdisciplinary Studies was established at Coastal Carolina University on Oct. 12, and the 700 students who had been accepted into the University’s honors program are now the first students housed in the new college. Among them […]

Kutztown Impressions Art Exhibition to Open Nov. 2 at the Goggleworks in Reading

Kutztown Impressions Art Exhibition to Open Nov. 2 at the Goggleworks in Reading KUTZTOWN – Kutztown University artists will have their work displayed publically throughout the month of November, as the Kutztown Impressions art exhibition will run from Nov. 2-29 in the Schmidt Gallery at the GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in Reading. The exhibition […]

Central Penn College: ‘Airplane!’ Flies Again

Airplane! Flies Again Free screening of the comedy classic on Oct. 26 SUMMERDALE – Who ever thought a comedy starring Leslie Nielsen, Robert Stack, Peter Graves and Lloyd Bridges––four “serious” actors not known for their comedic chops––could be so laugh-out-loud hilarious? “That’s precisely one of the reasons Airplane! is so funny,” says Professor Tom Davis, chair of the […]

Kutztown University students assisting in worldwide exoplant research

Kutztown University students assisting in worldwide exoplant research KUTZTOWN – Dr. Phillip A. Reed, professor of physics and astronomy, has brought an exciting new program to Kutztown University for physical sciences majors. In a joint effort with Westminster College, Reed has been a leading figure in KU’s earning of the National Science Foundation’s International Research […]