Marissa Merkt - AE Editor
Netflix creators pulled a popular high school novel off the dusty bookshelves and onto screens nationwide.
In 2016, five artists conspired with one mission in common — exploration of new ideas.
We are told about reducing our carbon footprint through recycling, taking shorter showers and turning off lights, but what about using an eco-friendly kiln to create pottery?
Hot balloon-like globes rest on top of Russian churches today, celebrating their freedom they once did not have.
Would you wake someone up if you knew it could potentially kill them?
An attentive audience experienced what it is like being a recovering prisoner, a nanny’s daughter, a Jordan camp refugee and a synchronized swimmer Tuesday and Wednesday evening at LUNAFEST.
Shippensburg residents ordered burritos with a side of blues at Polly and Stone Thursday night.
Imagine your significant other has cancer. Now imagine finding out your best friend, who you were supposed to see in a few hours, died in a sudden plane crash. For Carole Radziwill, this was her grim reality.
It is a Saturday evening and you are in your dorm room trying to decide if you should microwave some Ramen or eat leftovers, but on March 11 your options expand to dinner and a show.
Vivid owls representing different forms of hard drugs and ceramics showing the feud between individuals and society filled the Shippensburg Arts Programming & Education (SHAPE) gallery Friday evening.