For decades, Eddie Money has been singing his fan-favorite song “Can’t Keep a Good Man Down.”
Simply Slavic, the downtown festival that celebrates the area’s Slavic community, will be Saturday from noon to midnight on East Federal Street.
The Youngstown Playhouse will close its mainstage-series season with the comedy “George Washington Slept Here.”
It’s not every day one sees something astounding, something you didn’t know was possible.
Spice of India offers diners a new level in good taste.
Nearly everyone who discovers an oil leak under their car will try to get the problem rectified as quickly as possible.
The first Party on the Plaza of the season will be Friday, even though the bar that throws the bash — Warehouse 50 — isn’t open yet.
A perfect combination of talents is how blues guitarist Anthony Gomes describes his recently released effort, "... Before the Beginning," which marks his debut into the world of unplugged music.
The Rust Belt Theater will present "Boy in a Kage," a one-man show featuring local actor Kage Jonas Coven, for four shows this weekend and next.
When The War On Drugs bassist Dave Hartley decided to do something on his own, he was adamant about approaching it from the other side of the musical spectrum than his indie-rock band day job, which often pursues shoegazing sounds influenced by classic rockers Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty.
A Valley treasure, the Elmton is famous for its broasted chicken and its pizza.
“Elefamilia,” a documentary film about the extraordinary births of two baby elephants at the Pittsburgh Zoo, will be screened at 11 a.m. Saturday at Shenango Valley Cinemas, 2996 E. State St. The family film was made by Boccella Productions.
In the three years she’s spent as an A-list pop star, Kesha has done little to cultivate a reputation for timidity.
You can file Geo C and Tha Storm under the funk category, because funk is the main ingredient.
A Boardman bar and grill has all you need to enjoy burgers, beers and ballgames.
By Anthony Fuda
Born in a dream and based on the life of an artist, the new album from The Zou is not exactly an exercise in definitive answers and concrete facts.
JonesFest, the annual music event featuring jam band Jones for Revival and friends, will be this Saturday and Sunday at Nelson Ledges Quarry Park.
“A Little More Than You Wanted to Spend,” a play about a parent’s loss of a child written and performed by New Castle, Pa., native Chris Clavelli, will receive its New York premiere in a four-week engagement at The Drilling Company, 236 W. 78th St., beginning June 6.
Sales of white wine increase during the summer, statistics show.
By Brian Fry
The summer concert season is near with seemingly every band that has achieved any level of success over the past three decades hitting the road.
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