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Mount Aloysius prepares to go back to the Middle Ages for Madrigal Christmas Feaste

November 20, 2013 For 43 years, Mount Aloysius College in Cresson has specialized in something special each December: Time travel. No souped-up DeLorean needed. This Dec. more »»

Simulation schooling: Area nursing students put their skills to the test on mannequins to prepare for real patients

November 17, 2013 Maria Sabrina Mezyk remembers coming to Mount Aloysius College as a high school student and feeling awe at the school’s simulation labs. more »»

‘Night’ to remember: Tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons to play Jaffa

November 16, 2013 Once you’ve filled up on turkey and shopped the sales, why not take in a show that was a huge hit last year with local crowds? That’s what local company P&J Productions — owned by Neil Port and Will... more »»

Digging for history

November 10, 2013 From her parents’ perspective, Erin Darby’s journey into archaeology was “fated. more »»

Feeling the beat: Japanese drumming troupe to perform at Eisenhower

November 9, 2013 UNIVERSITY PARK — At a “Yamato: The Drummers of Japan” performance, it’s not just about the musicians on stage. more »»

Altoona restaurant serves leisurely atmosphere with homemade dishes

November 6, 2013 At the heart of Altoona’s Villa Capri restaurant is Vincenzo Scolaro, the owner whose vodka sauce attracts people from a distance. “Vinny is known for his vodka sauce. more »»

Home for the holidays: Local designers suggest decorating trends, offer tips for the season

November 3, 2013 Ready to deck those halls, but don’t know what decorating direction to take? Local experts have some answers. more »»

Hollidaysburg native working his way up TV, movie directing ranks

October 20, 2013 Matt McLoota isn’t one to rest on his laurels. more »»

Option for veterans: Acupuncture can treat pain and PTSD

October 17, 2013 Area Vietnam veteran John Reid suffered from back pain caused by injuries he received while serving with the 82nd Airborne. more »»

Aspiring country singer from Cresson chasing dream of stardom

October 13, 2013 Josh Gallagher only needed one word to describe performing a recent concert with country music star Randy Houser: “Big. more »»

Altoona pianist makes second trip to Taiwan

October 12, 2013 For the second time in eight years, Altoona piano teacher Carole Parsons traveled to Taiwan during the summer as a judge for the National Guild of Piano Teachers. more »»

Calling all pet lovers

October 10, 2013 Not needing any charm after coming off of two successful years, the Central PA Pets Expo is back for a third time. more »»

Local theater mainstay remembered by friends

October 9, 2013 Co-artistic director of Altoona’s Things Unseen Theatre and actor Jody . more »»

Game on! Area tabletop gamers open space, welcome community

October 6, 2013 What started out as an informal gaming club among a few local buddies has gone to the next level, continuing on its quest of embracing a community mindset. more »»

All in the family: Nationally-televised ice show set for Penn State arena

October 3, 2013 Though Paul Wylie, 1992 Olympic silver medalist, is the son of two Penn State alumni, he has never been to Happy Valley. When he performs in the Musselman’s Applesauce Family Skating Tribute on Nov. more »»

Penn State’s Pegula Arena ready to shine

October 3, 2013 Three weeks after its official opening and dedication, Pegula Ice Arena will already be in the national spotlight. more »»

Movie industry insider: ‘It’s all about emotion’

September 28, 2013 Sound designer and editor of ’90s remake of ‘Psycho’ talks to college students HUNTINGDON — Marion Crane steals cash from a man whom her boss is in business wit. more »»

Finding her stride: Altoona mom shares breast cancer survival story, chairs upcoming walk to benefit local counties

September 28, 2013 Despite receiving a normal result for her annual mammogram in 2010, further examination revealed a different outcome for Altoona mom of three Becky Knott. more »»

Local temple presenting food festival

September 28, 2013 A popular Jewish food festival is back for another go. more »»

Celebrating the ASO’s 85 years

September 26, 2013 The Altoona Symphony Orchestra is rejoicing Saturday in the decades of music it has performed since its inception. The ASO will present “85 Years of Musical Traditions” at 7:30 p.m. more »»

 
 

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