Rust Belt Theater Company has announced its 2015 season. The schedule includes updated versions of its annual productions and two new ones as well.
The Rust Belt Theater Company will close its 2014 season with “The Ugly Christmas Sweater Revue” Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
“Miracle on Easy Street” keeps getting bigger, but its essence remains unchanged.
Cody Gibson was like a giddy kid on Christmas morning last month when his debut CD, “That’s My Home,” was finally released.
Artists of the Rustbelt’s Last-Minute Market will be Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. at B&O Station.
Kenny Greco’s back is fine now, two days before his annual benefit Christmas show.
The husband and wife team of Mark and Milly Rosa opened this Campbell establishment in June.
Artists of the Rustbelt has obtained nonprofit status, a move that it expects will allow it to grow beyond its grass-roots origins.
Method 8 will premiere its latest film, shot in the Youngstown area with local actors, Sunday at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the South Woods executive building.
The Counting Crows concert at Packard Music Hall was sold out, and the influx of people from outside the area was obvious in Warren restaurants, bars and even hotels.
2014 was a spectacular year for burgers.
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The Victorian Players offers three unique gifts in one big box with “In the Spirit of Christmas.”
A new game app based on a Boardman man’s board game is now available as a free download from the Apple store.
Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., the winner of the 2011 “America’s Got Talent” competition, will perform in concert March 27 at Stambaugh Auditorium.
Brit Floyd, one of the world’s top Pink Floyd tribute shows, will come to Packard Music Hall on March 6.
The live tour of “Sid the Science Kid,” the popular animated PBS KIDS television show, is coming to Packard Music Hall on Jan. 30.
Country music singer Josh Turner will come to Packard Music Hall on March 7.
Big-band vocalist Angelo Babbaro will headline a concert at the Youngstown Playhouse at 7 p.m. Dec. 13.
A compilation of stage adaptations of some of Edgar Allen Poe’s best-known horror tales, written by J.E. Ballantyne Jr., is now available.
Beers get festive for the holidays.
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