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Posted by Devin Weakland on 08/31 at 04:07 PM
Last night’s Dispatch concert was definitely one to remember. The show was one of few the band has performed since its 2002 hiatus. Nonetheless, this American indie/roots band brought its unique reggae sound mixed with some rock, ska and even rap to the Bryce Jordan Center (BJC) without any hesitations. I think it’s safe to say that Dispatch is back and better than ever.
Posted by Emily Wiley on 08/31 at 09:57 AM
Today is the final day to share your favorite tomato recipe! Submit it now for your chance to win a $25 gift certificate to Elk Creek Cafe + Aleworks in Millheim. A winner will be randomly selected and announced by noon tomorrow. Good luck!
Continue reading for a seasonal salsa recipe from Steve Spanelli of Tait Farm.
Posted by Tony Ricci on 08/29 at 11:07 AM
The week wouldn’t be complete without a natural disaster. Last week we hit the jackpot with two – an earthquake and a hurricane – although it was our eastern neighbors who were most affected.
Posted by Kristine A. on 08/26 at 10:01 AM
Join us Friday at 12 noon for a special hour-long preview of the Centre for the Performing Arts 2011-2012 Season at Penn State!
Posted by Katherine Taylor Grofic on 08/26 at 10:00 AM
Chuck Mothersbaugh is a staple at the Friday market in downtown State College. It’s easy to spot his buckets of beautiful sunflowers on Locust Lane. Of course, he also sells a wide variety of produce—from cucumbers to tomatoes to onions to squash. Watch this short video interview to learn more.
Posted by Kristin Camplese on 08/25 at 03:22 PM
Tomatoes of all shapes and colors are still in abundance at the local markets. Pick up a box and let us know how you use them! Share your recipe by August 31st for your chance to win a $25 gift Elk Creek Cafe + Aleworks in Millheim.
Continue reading for one of Kristin’s favorite simple late summer recipes.
Posted by Kristine A. on 08/24 at 02:16 PM
Highlights of Thursday’s classical music from 9:00am to 3:00pm on WPSU include Mozart’s Quintet for Piano and Winds, hauntingly beautiful music by Peter Maxwell Davies, and Handel’s Harp Concerto.
Posted by Emily Wiley on 08/24 at 10:37 AM
WPSU will air the Little League World Series Challenger Exhibition Game live from Williamsport on Saturday, August 27 at 10:30am.
Posted by Kristine A. on 08/23 at 05:37 PM
Highlights of Wednesday’s classical music from 9:00am to 3:00pm on WPSU include Three Preludes for orchestra by Claude Debussy, a Mozart Symphony, and a Keyboard Concerto by Bach.
Posted by Kristine A. on 08/23 at 04:18 PM
Here’s an image and description of the earthquake measurement in Dubois, thanks to Richard Brazier, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Penn State Dubois, and Charles Ammon, Professor of Geosciences at Penn State University Park.
Posted by Jamie Oberdick on 08/23 at 01:29 PM
Home vegetable gardens are an ideal and super-local way to get fresh, delicious produce, but they can also be a beautiful addition to your yard. Many vegetable plants not only taste great, they look great, too—and not just on a plate.
Posted by Kristine A. on 08/22 at 02:39 PM
Highlights of Tuesday’s classical music from 9:00am to 3:00pm on WPSU include a Beethoven Symphony and a beautiful late-romantic harp concerto.
Posted by James Eisenstein on 08/22 at 12:36 PM
Farm work can enrich your fantasy life. While weeding our new currant and gooseberry patch the other day, I let my mind wonder …
How close could we get to a truly local food system here in central Pennsylvania? Could we become one of the leading centers of the local food movement in the United States?
Posted by Jamie Oberdick on 08/19 at 01:40 PM
Please welcome Jamie Oberdick to the Local Food Journey! Jamie is an enthusiastic home gardener who grows a variety of plants from around the world in his Centre County backyard. Take it away, Jamie!
A lot of people think of vegetable gardening as a spring/summer thing, and you shut it down in the fall with the exception of the last pumpkins. Actually, there are plenty of different vegetables that thrive in the cooler conditions we have in fall in central Pennsylvania.
Posted by Brian McFarland on 08/19 at 01:31 PM
Incubus released their sixth full-length studio album If Not Now, When? on July 8. Being a long time fan of the California band, I felt I had to review it. Honestly, it was a bit of a disappointment. I could tell that lead singer Brandon Boyd and the other members are in a much better and happier place than previous albums. However, the majority of the album lacked the intensity and power that they had in the past.
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