Our Arts & Entertainment section is thrilled to introduce the A&E Podcast, a new series highlighting a variety of topics in pop culture and entertainment. This week, A&E Editor Jonathan Bergmueller and Asst. A&E Editor Michael Donegan are joined by Opinion Editor Shane Kaliszewski to talk about this week's Arts & Entertainment stories, the Jonas Brothers' return, Marvel, "Alita: Battle Angel", Scarlett Johansson, Post Malone, Mongolian throat singing and more.
Shippensburg University’s Office of Multicultural Student Affairs (MSA) collaborated with the Resident Hall Association (RHA) to host “Live at the Apollo,” which was an event to celebrate black history and culture last Thursday in Orndorff Theatre.
The H. Ric Luhrs Performing Arts Center was filled with all sorts of whistles, cheers and yee-haws as Mark Chesnutt, Neal McCoy and Joe Diffie brought their “Country Unplugged” concert to an eager audience Sunday night.
Sique Spence explained "Baroque Biology Series #3" during her presentation on the exhibit. This painting, by Katerina Lanfranco, shows organic growth being quelled by fires of rebirth. In this way, it represents destruction as well as life.