Traci Taylor Staff Writer 39 years ago last Thursday, Sept. 20, marked the anniversary of Jim Croce’s death. A year after Croce died “Photographs & Memories-His Greatest Hits” was released on Sept. 26, 1974. There’s . . .
Luke Helker Staff Writer Last Friday, September 21, I experienced my first ever “Third Friday.” Most people have heard of “First Friday” and are well aware of what happens downtown during that time, but Third . . .
Katie Pryor Staff Writer On the dark, cloudy evening of Saturday, September 22, the Winter Visual Performing Arts Center was treated to the first in a series of singer-songwriter performances for the year. Peter Bradley . . .
Caleb Bressler Staff Writer The shooter-style video game is currently the ruling genre in the computer game market. While the audience for these games is large, there are also members of the population who enjoy . . .
Katie Pryor Staff Writer Everyone knows, or has at least heard of, the Peanuts cartoons and comics starring Charlie Brown, his beagle Snoopy, and his group of friends Linus, Lucy, and Peppermint Patty. However, in . . .
If you’re into food spiced with earthy concoctions and music beats that enter your very soul, then the Latino Food and Music Festival was the place to be Tuesday Oct. 6. From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. the rhythms of salsa and the smell of rich Latino foods filled the air of the SMC multi-purpose room. . . .