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Reading Civic Theatre’s ‘Shrek’ captivates young fans

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  • Features/People

    Fiber Artist and Kutztown student Kim Tanzos to be Artist in Residence at Clay on Main

    Clay on Main is pleased to present fiber artist Kimberly Tanzos as a this year’s selected Artist in Residence from Sunday, Oct. 19 to Wednesday, Oct. 22. Tanzos is a graduate of Kutztown University, where she earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Art Education with a minor in Crafts. She is currently works as a museum educator at the Allentown Art Museum and is a resident artist at the Banana Factory in Bethlehem. In addition, she also works at Penn State Lehigh Valley as the...

    From Clay on Main |

  • Events

    Greshville Antiques and Fine Art to present The Annual Berks County Art Show

    Greshville Antiques and Fine Art will present The Annual Berks County Art Show opening on Sunday, Oct. 5, and continuing through Sunday, Oct. 12.

    From Greshville Antiques |

  • Arts and entertainment

    Three Tenors & Uhlig Perform at Tel Hai

    Honey Brook Twp. >> The Chapel at Tel Hai will be filled with the sounds of vocal performance by three tenors—William Davenport, Galeano Salas and Mackenzie Whitney, Oct. 18.

    From Tel Hai |

  • Features/People

    Boyertown native Naelee Rae continues to inspire with musical gift

    In 2012, Naelee Rae, a musician and Boyertown native, was a 15-year-old pursuing her life-long goal of inspiring people with her passion for music. Two years later, Naelee is still at it, plugging away at music festivals, recording in Nashville and sharing her passion with a growing audience.

    By Laura Dillon For 21st Century Media |

  • Arts and entertainment

    Playcrafters’ Incorruptible kicks off in Skippack

    Just what do you put your faith in these days? Is it living or dead? That’s a question for Playcrafters of Skippack as they set the stage for their witty, satiric comedy, Incorruptible, from the multi-award winning playwright Michael Hollinger.

    By Mary Cantell For Playcrafters |

  • Arts and entertainment

    Santo D. Marabella’s new play ‘Getting Complete!’ tackles tough issue, the bully

    Getting COMPLETE! is the new work from playwright Santo D. Marabella.

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  • Arts and entertainment

    WTIM: Music Around Town: Sept. 24 edition

    What’s going on musically in the Berks-Mont Newspapers coverage area? A lot, and we want to help keep everyone in the know.

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  • General news

    Families showcased at 31st annual Lyons Fiddle Festival

    The Lyons Fiddle Festival each year features a theme. This year showcased the family band.

    By Roxanne Richardson For 21st Century Media |

  • Arts and entertainment

    ArtFusion celebrates latest educational exhibit

    The greater Pottstown community was recently invited to the opening of ArtFusion 19464’s latest educational exhibit: Rainbow Crow and Other Stories. The exhibit features artwork inspired by Native American stories. Each participating artist have created a piece in their favorite medium, which range from clay to recycled cans to traditional acrylic and oil paints. The show, which opened Sept. 20, will run through Nov. 1.

    From Art Fusion |

  • Arts and entertainment

    Studio B exhibit “Untitled: Art without Artifice” offers artistic freedom and challenge

    In honoring the freedom inherent in the creative process, an anonymous donor invited artists to submit work that need not fit a particular theme or idea, artists who stretch boundaries in their work “because they can.” The exhibit “Untitled: Art without Artifice” opens Friday, September 19, 2014, at a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. The reception is free and open to the public.

    From Studio B |

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