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The art of movement
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The 2nd Annual PSU Dance Research Symposium and Performance will take place from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, at the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts.  more
FARLINGTON, Kan. — The Friends of Crawford State Park will once again be hosting live music this year at Crawford State Park, Farlington. Each Friday, music will be from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lake … more
Pittsburg ArtWalk is back 
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After two years, the Pittsburg ArtWalk is set to return downtown as an in-person event on April 29. more
As graduation from the University of Missouri's School of Journalism approached around 25 years ago, Jenn Schott was prompted to make a career change.  more
The PSU Department of English and Black Student Association will host "Maya's Poetry Slam" at Root Coffeehouse from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 4, to celebrate National Poetry Month.  more
Arma coal camp exhibit coming to Miners Hall
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Miners Hall Museum in Franklin has announced that the 2022 Second Quarterly Exhibit, “Little Balkans Coal Camp – Arma,” will be opening April 1 and continuing through June 26.  more
The Good Lieutenant
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As part of the PSU English Department’s Distinguished Visiting Writers Series, faculty, students, and community members welcomed award-winning author Whitney Terrell to campus on Thursday. more
Shakespeare shakes up the stage
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Most people know at least one play written by William Shakespeare. But what may be less well known is the story behind Shakespeare’s plays. PCT presents that story this week in its latest play, The Book of Will.   more
PCT set to perform ‘Xanadu’ this weekend
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — The performers of Pittsburg Community Theatre (PCT) will be roller skating across the stage at Memorial Auditorium this weekend in their long-awaited production of the musical … more
PHS Vocal Music plans long-awaited concert
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PITTSBURG, Kan. —After losing last spring’s concert to the pandemic and moving all festivals to a virtual format, Pittsburg High School Vocal Music Director Susan Laushman and her students are … more
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