The unofficial start of summer is off to a roaring start this Memorial Day weekend, despite rising travel costs and COVID-19 concerns.
I have a confession to make. Even though I write for a newspaper, I don’t sit down in my recliner every day and pore over a physical copy of any newspaper. But I do peruse the news online. So I find out what’s happening not only locally, but nationally and worldwide. I’ve come a long way sin…
North Strabane resident Cori Wamsley has written a new novel, "Braving the Shore."
Zander Maurin could have bought a pool.
This summer at the movies, Tom Cruise is back in the cockpit behind those iconic aviators. Doctors Grant, Sattler and Ian Malcolm are returning for another round with the dinosaurs. Natalie Portman is picking up Thor’s hammer. And Jordan Peele is poised to terrify us with the unknown. Again.
The Senator John Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh will host Russell Shorto, author of the recently published book "Smalltime: A Story of My Family and the Mob," on Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m.