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Americana music night in downtown
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PITTSBURG, Kan.— Americana music, also known as alternative country or “Roots,” is having a moment in Pittsburg this summer. TJ Leland's hosted Matt Moran, national touring alternative country … more
PITTSBURG, Kan.— This coming weekend, July 1 and 2, the Nelson family will be hosting a few area events to honor longtime USD 250 teacher and coach Lee Nelson. Nelson taught and coached football, … more
Rockin’ out at Farlington
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Held at 6 p.m. every Friday through Sept. 29, the Friends of Crawford State Park are hosting regional musicians at Lakeview Café, which overlooks Lake Crawford Fishing Lake, better known to locals as Farlington Lake. more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — In its ongoing efforts to encouraging creativity within the community, the Pittsburg Arts Council (PAC) will be hosting the Art Supply Swap and Shop today from 9 a.m. to noon in the Evergy courtyard in Block 22. more
Parks and Rec preps for kite festival
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Pittsburg Parks and Recreation Director Toby Book and local entrepreneur Al Patel are working hard to bring some of Patel’s native India to Pittsburg with a Kite Festival to be … more
Break a leg!
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GIRARD, Kan. — Aspiring young actors challenged their creativity on Wednesday during the “Page to Stage” summer camp held at the Southeast Kansas Education Service Center at Greenbush outside of Girard. more
Jam out at Sketchjam!
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Father's Day at Pickled Pete's
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The Pittsburg State University (PSU) Department of Music wrapped up its one-week Pittsburg Festival of the Arts on Sunday at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts. more
An afternoon of classics
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Cellist Dr. Hyerim Mapp, left, and pianist Dr. Soojin Jin, right, perform “Romance in F major Op. 36” by Camille Saint-Säens at Books & Burrow Bookstore Friday afternoon to open the sixth day of the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts. more
‘Woodwind Galore’
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Woodwind specialist and Pittsburg State University graduate Colton Sprenkle performs “Six Metamorphoses after Ovid” by Benjamin Britten on Thursday for an audience at TOAST on the fifth day of the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts. more
A stand out night of stand-up
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Good times and tan lines
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Fun Zone Depot employee and Pittsburg High School student Mia Conrad glides down the slip & slide at the ‘Fun Zone Summer Splash’ held on Wednesday, which also featured water balloons, musical chairs and dodgeball. more
‘Brewtiful Tunes’
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Duo Capriccioso, comprised of Pittsburg State University adjunct music faculty Denissa Munguia and Director of Orchestras Raul Munguia performed “Brewtiful Tunes” at Signet Coffee Roasters on Wednesday to open the fourth day of the Pittsburg Festival of the Arts. more
On Tuesday afternoon, Root Coffeehouse & Creperie set as the main stage for the Root’n Toot’n Jazz Combo, which featured four talented Pittsburg State University students. more
Colonial Fox lights up Friday night
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PITTSBURG, Kan. —Best-selling author Roxie Yonkey will discuss her newest book  Secret Kansas: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure , in Franklin and in Pittsburg.  Yonkey will be … more
First Night of Festival of the Arts
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