A film score is like a car. When it’s good, you don’t notice it. So says composer Todd Maki, who is the founder and director of the Youngstown Scoring Stage. It’s a unique service.
Northern Whale’s latest release is “The Flawed Album,” but don’t let the name fool you. The new CD is a sure-footed collection from the Youngstown-based alt-rock band that is on the verge of a breakout.
Sicilian wines will be featured at an upcoming dinner.
The Ringling Bros.-Barnum & Bailey Circus will return to Covelli Centre for seven performances of its “Legends” show.
A Niles native will be one of the contestants on “The Amazing Race.”
Turning din into music for more than 20 years, “Stomp” keeps, well, stomping along to its own beat.
Last month, Jeff Crouse released “Mirrors, Doors and Deeper Water,” an album that gathers his songs from past and present.
Artisan Cafe in Warren will host an art event inspired by Dadaism this Saturday.
When John Russo and George Romero sat down to write “Night of the Living Dead,” their goal was to make a truly scary horror movie. They not only met that goal but created a whole new genre in the process.
Salem Community Theatre will present the Aaron Sorkin drama “A Few Good Men,” opening Friday and running for two weekends.
Mary Ruth Lynn is relaxing in the theater space on the second floor of Selah Restaurant. It’s a warm and comfortable room, and it has become a second home for the local theater veteran.
Inspired by the classic novel and film “Gone With the Wind,” Tara is renowned for its luxurious overnight accommodations and Southern hospitality.
British pop-metal giants Def Leppard will come to Covelli Centre for a July 15 concert. Youngstown will be the band's only regional stop
A musical mystery opens the 2015 dinner-theater season at Das Dutch Village Inn.
When it comes to monster trucks, the public pretty much knows one name: Bigfoot.
Rust Belt Theater Company will bring back “Dating Sucks: The Musical” for a three-weekend run beginning Friday.
The Youngstown Symphony Orchestra and conductor Randall Craig Fleischer will perform with three “American Idol” finalists this Saturday.
In a new documentary film, Jim Tully is described as an important American writer who deserves to be rediscovered.
Art Einzig is passionate about barbecue, the community and delivering good food in an atmosphere of “gracious hospitality.”
Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood will perform at Packard Music Hall on Saturday.
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