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On Wednesday Shippensburg University’s own WSYC radio station showcased a throwback to the sounds of middle school.
The Addams Family is coming to Shippensburg University and you could become a member of the eccentric family.
The grand re-opening of The Thought Lot last Saturday brought an eclectic musical mix to Shippensburg.
Shippensburg’s own SHAPE Gallery is throwing its 5th annual “Give the Gift of Art” holiday event. This event allows people to come in and purchase the art created by locals in Shippensburg.
The “Vampire Diaries” had a good run, seasons one through four, but things fell flat for its fifth season — likely due to series creator, Julie Plec, starting a spinoff, “The Originals,” based on characters from the CW hit. However, things had picked up for season six which aired Oct. 2, featuring exciting storylines that make you want to tune in each week.
When I first heard about Fox’s new Batman series, I figured it would be just like the plethora of animated series or similar to the ’60s series that starred Adam West. I could not have been more wrong. The first episode opens with a girl who is hinted to be a young Catwoman, making her way across Gotham’s rooftops and alleyways, stealing milk and some guy’s wallet as she goes along. She ducks into a side street, just as the doors to the nearby building open up, revealing three characters any Batman fan should be familiar with: Thomas, Martha and little Bruce Wayne.
*Warning: Spoilers Ahead *
The fire’s coming I think we should run The music is playing over the thrum the record spins a cyclical reprieve As I consider the memories that I’d rather not be.