Nelson Ledges Quarry Park will present fall Badfish weekend Sept. 26-28, featuring Sublime tribute band Badfish.
Youngstown Beerfest will have a strong Ohio presence when it returns to Covelli Centre on Saturday.
Rust Belt Theater Company will put its own spin on an iconic story when it presents “Alice: A Curious Musical,” which premieres Friday.
The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra will kick off the symphony’s 88th anniversary season Saturday with a classical concert featuring Tomoki Sakata, a recent Van Cliburn International Piano Competition finalist.
Just as Americans love their cars, Europeans love their horses. It’s the passion of the latter that will be on display when The Gala of the Royal Horses comes to Covelli Centre on Sunday.
The Youngstown-Warren chapter of Dance USA will offer ballroom dance lessons for adults Wednesday.
Theatre on 3 will present “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” Oct. 3-5 at the Winner Arts and Culture Center in Sharon, Pa.
“Sarah’s Song,” an original musical narrative by Dana School of Music faculty member Suzanne Rouse Rudnytsky, will have its Youngstown premiere at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Bliss Recital Hall.
Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer David Hume Kennerly will visit Youngstown State University’s College of Creative Arts and Communication on Oct. 3 for a reception, gallery talk and fundraising event.
Bojangles' burgers make drive to New Waterford worth it.
By Anthony Fuda
Salem Community Theatre began its season with a hilarious production of “Unnecessary Farce.”
Christian pop-rock band Newsboys will bring their We Believe tour to Stambaugh Auditorium on Nov. 16 for a 7 p.m. concert.
The Youngstown Playhouse wanted to open its 90th anniversary season with a bang: a splashy musical it had done in the past and with great success.
A Youngstown native makes it big in the world of wine.
Artists, musicians and produce mix at the Funny Farm.
By Erin Kouvas
Electronic dance music group Savoy will headline Life in Color: Unleash on Saturday outside Covelli Centre.
The Victorian Players will begin its 2014-15 season with the comedy “You Can’t Take it With You.”
Spread Eagle Tavern hits the trifecta.
Rod Stewart will return to Las Vegas next month for a two-month run at Caesars Palace.
An Austintown restaurant serves up some worthy burgers.
By Anthony Fuda
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