Thursday, Sep 19, 2019

Arts & Entertainment

Fourth year for 4th Fridays

April 24 marks the fourth year for 4th Fridays, a monthly art event at the Starline Gallery.

Dance company changing lives

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For 20 years, Tina Hansen, a former Chicagoan who lives in Delavan, Wis., has shared her love and passion for dance with the community.

Radio station to hold fundraiser

Harvard Community Radio will host a fundraiser in an effort to raise money to construct and install a low-power FM antenna. The event will take place from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct.

Woodstock Theatre hosts grand opening

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From a large gray fortress to a downtown classic, Woodstock Classic Cinemas Theatre presented its nearly finished project at its grand opening celebration May 22.

‘Radio Live’ series to premiere

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The Georgia Rae Family Band will headline Harvard Community Radio’s first performance in the “Radio Live: Concert Series” Sunday, Feb. 15, at the Starline Factory, 306 W. Front St.

Step right up to the microphone

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Randy Donaldson, owner and operator of the Firehouse Depot, a local coffee shop at 107 W. Front St., is trying something different.

Practice pays off for local fiddler

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Georgia Rae Mussared loves music. The Richmond native has played the fiddle for 11 years and has become really good at it. So good, in fact, that she reigns over two states.

Starline live model studio inspires

On Monday evenings at the Starline Factory, artists, aspiring artists or people who simply want to unwind can connect with their creative geniuses for a few hours by participating in the factory’s w

Author returns to Harvard

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Author Chester Parks recently returned to Harvard after living in Henderson, Nev., for the last decade.

HHS senior selected for state production

Marley Smith was selected to work as part of the stage crew for the 2015 Illinois High School Theatre Festival All-State Production of “Pippin.”

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