Browsing: Art & Music

Drawing of the Week

Dominic Viti used charcoal to draw this runner on Main Street.


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Simple Lines

By Larimee Cortnik One of my favorite authors is not Stephen King. I’ve read a few of his books. They were frightening—not something I want to read in bed. At night. Home. Alone. But when I heard


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Like A Boss

By Joseph Miller Going to the movies is always a financial challenge. Seeing “Riddick,” which opens this weekend, might not be an option for you. If you get busted sneaking in sodas at the regal, there’s


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If You Can’t Get Away

By Joseph Miller Going to the movies is expensive. Suppose you want to get out of Parkesburg to see “Getaway” but only have Canadian pennies in your piggy bank, there’s always an alternative movie on Netflix.


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Money With Artistic Value

After a shift serving drinks at Paddy’s Pub in Old City, bartender and Philadelphia native Chris Estlow, 31, defaces currency from around the world. “We deal with money every day that we’re not allowed to mess


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Hake & Jarema (pronounced HĀk AND Ja-REE-ma) are two music-loving friends who have spent the last decade playing the classic hits of yesteryear at bars, restaurants, weddings, corporate events, and countless backyard parties throughout the Western


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Twin Brook Winery Summer concert on Friday night features The Jersey Corn Pickers. According to the band’s web page The Jersey Corn Pickers are: “… a Philadelphia area bluegrass and acoustic music band that began when


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If you’re looking for something (FREE) to do this evening check out the Octorara’s Got Talent show involving kids from 8 to 18 years of ages this evening at 7:00 PM at the high school auditorium.


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By Jack Mariano Ken Knickerbocker, my “boss” and the Publisher of Parkesburg Today, say that he thinks I need to put more of my feelings and opinions into my Tune Trivia Tuesday posts.  Ken says, “Have


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Lets Get Dirty Organic Gardening Seminar 3.2


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