With Sugarland on hiatus Kristian Bush is going on the road this winter. That includes a Friday show at the Dusty Armadillo.
Wynonna Judd has fond memories of Northeast Ohio.
Vintage Estate Wine and Beer in Boardman has been rated by RateBeer.com reviewers as one of the Top Places to Have a Beer in the World.
Tommy Christmas promised tearjerkers on “Fat N’ Furious” this year, and he delivered.
New Zealand wines gain popularity
Local high school group Spirit of the Bear is taking its own path and shying away from conformity.
Liberty native Lindsay Perlman occupies a unique niche in Hollywood.
The Harlem Globetrotters will come to Covelli Centre in Youngstown on Thursday.
Paul Skowron’s new album took almost two decades to get released.
South Range sophomore Michael Kuhns has been dreaming about the High School Rock Off that takes place annually in Cleveland.
Local adult-urban radio station “Hot Jamz” 1570 AM WHTX has added the “The Quiet Storm With Lenny Green” to its lineup.
Is Piccadilly Parlour your cup of tea?
An exhibition of photographs by Dawoud Bey will open Thursday at the McDonough Museum of Modern Art.
When comedian Luke Ashlocke is on stage, he can’t help but take the same approach as a boxer looking to defeat an opponent.
Stand-up comedian April Macie will return to the Mahoning Valley for shows this weekend at the Comedy Cellar at Mojo’s Pub and Grill in Austintown.
Comedic musician Mike “Mad Dog” Adams returns to the Mahoning Valley for Friday and Saturday shows at the Funny Farm at Crest Lanes in Warren.
“Vaudeville at the Vic,” the annual fundraiser show of the Victorian Players Theater, will be Friday and Saturday.
Magic Tree's Farm to Table menu puts local ingredients in the spotlight
“Seldom Seen Cycles,” the National Packard Museum’s 15th annual antique-motorcycle exhibition, opens Saturday and runs through May 30.
The Blue Man Group will perform at Packard Music Hall in Warren on Tuesday and Wednesday.
By John Benson
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