HIGH SCHOOL MUSICALS & PLAYS
Rust Belt Theater Company’s “Dating Sucks” was an instant hit when it premiered last year, so the troupe is bringing it back.
Charlie McQuillan of the West Side is the first-place winner of The Vindicator’s Best of Film contest.
“Helluva Life” indeed for country singer Frankie Ballard.
WhiteFire Grille's chefs know what's 'in there'
By Anthony Fuda
Despite the pull to stay near family, creative folk often have to leave to pursue their dreams.
Youngstown State University Theater will present the premiere of “Twelfth Night in 2014,” a contemporary reworking of the Shakespeare comedy written by Matthew Mazuroski.
The Youngstown Playhouse will shake off its midwinter break with the area premiere of the comedy-drama “Strange Snow.”
Consistent as heck without people paying too much attention is how country singer Darius Rucker describes his career.
A downtown restaurant has a commitment to wine.
By Brian Fry
From one pretty cool old joker to another is what country singer Neal McCoy was thinking about when last year he released “Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride.”
Ragtime was one of the most popular shows ever staged by Top Hat Productions, and so it was an obvious choice to be reprised this year.
Roots rock legend Alejandro Escovedo isn’t afraid of taking chances to please his audience.
The Our Lady of Mount Carmel Italian festival in Youngstown will go on.
At Krakus, order to-go and hope the food makes it home.
The late ’80s hip-hop scene produced many bellwethers of the ’90s.
Broadway musicals have looked at love from just about every angle. So when putting together a Valentine’s Day
Fabric is the medium of choice for artist Katelyn Gould, and on Saturday, she will transform
The menu at Breakfast at Tiffany's is wider than a mile.
The Oakland Center for the Arts will present Play in a Day on Feb. 22, a special event in which a group of writers, directors and actors will create and perform a series of 10-minute plays in about 24 hours.
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