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Shippensburg University’s Activities Program Board (APB) is proud to present Andy Grammer with special guest Jesse McCartney as the performers for this year’s fall concert. The event will take place at Heiges Field House on Sunday, Nov. 12, at 7 p.m. Doors will open at 6 p.m. for early access ticket holders and 6:30 p.m. for those with general admission.
“My Little Pony: The Movie” was a very enjoyable film from a fan standpoint. The new art design and graphics for the movie were beautiful, the new locations and races incorporated in the film were interesting and well designed, and the eight original songs were ear-catching.
American writer Gish Jen takes a personality quiz to a whole new level with her latest non-fiction book “Girl at the Baggage Claim: Explaining the East-West Culture Gap.” Defying the laws of a regular narrative, Jen takes her readers on a ride through different cultural approaches with the “Big-pit self” and “Flexi-self” to show how different cultures bring up different types of individuals for specific purposes. Although this book is fascinating in its own light, it can be a hard to absorb on the first reading. This book is not particularly a relaxing read, but a challenging one that gives the reader something of substance to consider.
Leather and pre-2000 classic rock made a comeback last week at the H Ric. Luhrs Performing Arts Center as HEART tribute band, Heart By Heart, used their instruments as a canvas to recreate HEART’s music in the same way it was shaped decades before.
Local blues musician, Nick Andrew Staver spends many long nights and days living on the road as he travels to share his gift of music with venue crowds, but Shippensburg, Pennsylvania, will always be his safe place and home.
Zachary Boger, a senior art major at Shippensburg University, explored the subjective emotions aroused in everyday life through expressionistic artworks in his exhibit “In My Head.” “In My Head” is currently on display at SU’s Brindle Gallery.
Terry Fator, winner of Season 2 of “America’s Got Talent,” entertained a thrilled H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center audience on Saturday with impressions, puppets and singing.
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band The Spinners and Vocal Group Hall of Fame band Little Anthony and The Imperials shared the audience during their performance at H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Thursday.
Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center was voted one of the top three local performance venues in the Gettysburg Times’ 2017 Pick of the County this month. Ranked above Luhrs Performing Arts Center were Majestic Theater and Gettysburg Community Theatre.
Stage lights dimmed to a Belleville, New Jersey, streetlight as jukebox musical “Jersey Boys” revived the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons for the sold out H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center on Wednesday.
With witty humor and a voice that could reach out and touch the soul, Don McLean captivated the H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center audience this weekend — so much so that fans craved an encore.
Shippensburg University ‘s Activities Program Board welcomed students and MTV’s “Guy Code” comedian Chris Distefano to Memorial Auditorium for a Thursday night full of laughs.
The new psychological thriller movie “Mother!” is unlike any other psychological film released this year. Mastermind Darren Aronofsky, who is known for his films “Black Swan” and “Requiem for a Dream,” invites viewers into his mold-breaking thriller through the seemingly average relationship between the poet, played by Javier Bardem, and Jennifer Lawrence as Mother.
When someone mentions dancing, acting and modeling in 6-inch heels they may think of Beyoncé, but Shippensburg University’s ELITE Modeling Troupe is also synonymous with these things.
Artist, educator and creator Ian Stewart spoke to an intimate group about the thought process behind creating art Saturday as part of the closing reception for his exhibit “Drawn to Form: Doodles, Drawings and Dimensions.”
For the premiere of her new series, Emma invites two of her great friends to talk about every game mentioned during recent Nintendo Direct from last Thursday. No, really. We talked about every single game featured during it. So strap yourself in for our commentary that actually lasts a bit longer than the Direct did.
It was a time warp back to 1978 when the Little River Band (LRB) performed at Shippensburg University’s H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center Saturday night. When the band’s banner slowly inched down at the beginning of the concert, the crowd was in pure euphoria and fans were swaying, tapping and clapping along to LRB’s classics.
Shrinking a lifelong compilation of nearly 4,000 sketches down to 20 was an arduous task for Toronto, Canada-based designer and educator, Ian Stewart. These final 20 pieces of artwork that survived the scrutiny of Stewart and other design professionals, are on display in Shippensburg University’s Kauffman Gallery, titled “Drawn to Form: Doodles, Drawings and Dimensions.”
Christians and music lovers alike united at the Shippensburg Fairgrounds for its annual Uprise Festival this past weekend.
The Shippensburg University Art Department sponsored the university-wide spring break trip to Rome, Italy, last spring. Of the 42 travelers who went on the trip, 16 were SU students.