A collection of works capturing the human figure will highlight an exhibition at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto.
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The annual juried exhibit “Artists in Our Midst” is on display through Dec. 22 at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Altoona, located in the Brett Building, 1210 11th Ave.
Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Altoona’s “Dueling Pianos” will take place Nov. 5 at the Blairmont Club, 265 Larch St., Hollidaysburg.
In an era when the nation struggles with racial justice, the newly expanded Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Alabama, seeks equality for all Americans.
In most cases, a cancer patient getting breast conservation surgery, known as a lumpectomy, would have to come in early on the day of their surgery for a localization procedure.
The Greater Johnstown Camera Club’s members-only “The Art of the Lens” exhibition will be on display Monday through Oct. 24 in the Goldhaber-Fend gallery at the Community Arts Center of Cambria County, 1217 Menoher Blvd., Westmont.
The stages will be rockin’ at this year’s AmeriServ Flood City Music Festival. The festival, which will be held Friday and Oct. 2 at Peoples Natural Gas Park, 90 Johns St., downtown Johnstown, will feature 14 bands, including headliners Bruce Hornsby & the Noisemakers and Uprooted, featuring Michael Glabicki, of Rusted Root.
A love of home and history is captured in this exhibition. “Paces for Prayer,” a collection of works by Franklin Borough native Barbara Strank Zivkovich, is on display through mid-October at Gallery on Gazebo, 140 Gazebo Place, in downtown Johnstown.
This show is giving viewers a sneak peek into the processes behind the art. The “From Inception to Execution” exhibition is on display through Nov. 13 in the Ashe Gallery, the Joan and Jerry Hawk Gallery and Regional Galleries at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Bedford, located in the Anderson House, 137 E. Pitt St.
A full slate of authentic music, food, crafts and presentations will be showcased at the Johnstown Slavic Festival.
YWCA Greater Johnstown will honor nine women for their service to the community during an awards ceremony on Sept. 23 at Frank J. Pasquerilla Conference Center, 301 Napoleon St., downtown Johnstown.
With Labor Day weekend right around the corner, festivals and an agricultural showcase will offer plenty for people to see and do in the region.
The “Reflections of the Human Spirit – America’s County Responds to the Tragic Events of September 11” exhibition will be on display Sept. 6-30 at Laurel Arts’ Philip Dressler Center for the Arts.
Johnstown Concert Series will present its “Bringing Back Your Music” event from 5 to 10 p.m. Aug. 21 at Peoples Natural Gas Park, 90 Johns St., downtown Johnstown.
Head out to one of the area’s county fairs to salute hard-working farm families while also having old-fashioned fun.
Visitors to Latrobe would ask if it was the place where the Pittsburgh Steelers held training camp, and Dino DeCario would say, “Yes.”
A group of young women will represent the area at Johnstown’s amateur baseball event. For the All American Amateur Baseball Association tournament, 29 girls will serve as ambassadors.
William Shakespeare’s “Richard III” will be staged by Band of Brothers Shakespeare Company at 7 p.m. Thursday, Friday and July 31 and Aug. 4-7 in the main pavilion at Stackhouse Park in Westmont.
Mike Tedesco, president and CEO of Vision Together 2025, said there is a creative element in the way American Rescue Plan money can be spent that does not usually exist in federal funding programs.
Lauri Meyer learned how to mind her own beeswax. The Volant, Pa., resident was among five area residents who took part in a hands-on beekeeping workshop led by Dr. Patrick Krantz, director of Westminster College’s Outdoor Laboratory.
As a Richland Township Police Department criminal investigator, retired Capt. Tony Palm spent much of his career handling tragic cases that brought criminals to justice.
“101 Artists: Selections from the Fred Danziger Collection of Contemporary Art” exhibition is on display through Oct. 9 in the Margery Wolf-Kuhn Gallery at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Loretto, St. Francis University campus, 112 Franciscan Way.
“Reclaimed Life,” an exhibition by Jen Fultz, is on display through July 30 in the Goldhaber-Fend Fine Arts Center gallery at the Community Arts Center of Cambria County, 1217 Menoher Blvd., Westmont, showcasing multimedia and repurposed art.
This exhibit celebrates a Johnstown native whose stories and characters in comic books and movies are legendary. “Hometown Heroes – Steve Ditko Exhibition” will be displayed July 15 through Sept. 11 in the main galleries at Bottle Works, 411 Third Ave., in the Cambria City section of Johnstown.
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The Thunder in the Valley motorcycle rally will be held Thursday through June 27 in downtown Johnstown and the surrounding area.
Hot wings, cool wheels and live music are on tap for Ebensburg’s Wheels & Wings. The event Thursday kicks off Johnstown’s Thunder in the Valley motorcycle rally.
While the success of COVID-19 vaccine programs allows more restrictions to be lifted, lagging vaccination rates may leave Black communities at greater risk.
Grab those dancing shoes and get ready to hop-step-close-step. Visit Johnstown will present PolkaFest Friday and June 5 at Peoples Natural Gas Park, 90 Johns St., downtown Johnstown
Bo Moore, host of "Laurel Highlands Live" on WNTJ and WNTI radio, chats with news staffers from The Tribune-Democrat about local issues and stories. Today, his guest is Kelly Urban, who covers local entertainment and lifestyles.
The “Greater Johnstown Young Artists Exhibit” is on display through Friday in the Goldhaber-Fend Fine Arts Gallery at Community Arts Center of Cambria County, 1217 Menoher Blvd., Westmont.
The Spring Juried Exhibition of the Allied Artists of Johnstown is on display through July 2 at Bottle Works, 411 Third Ave., in the Cambria City section of Johnstown.
"The Mind's Eye – The Art of Harry Price" is on display through July 2 at Bottle Works, 411 Third Ave. in the Cambria City section of Johnstown.
“Poignant Moments: A Photography Exhibition” will be on display through Aug. 14 at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Bedford, located in the Anderson House, 137 E. Pitt St., and it features the works of Josiah Weaver, a Bedford County native, and Scott J. Walsh, a native of Brooklyn, New York.
As warmer weather arrives, those heading outdoors for recreation, gardening, yard work and other activities should be aware of tiny enemies lurking in the underbrush.
“Looking for the Light in Dark Times,” an exhibition by Jonelle Summerfield and her mother Jolene Joyner, is on display through July 31 in the entry and main galleries at Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art at Ligonier Valley, One Boucher Lane and Route 711 South, Ligonier.