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PITTSBURG, Kan. -  April is National Jazz Appreciation Month and the Pittsburg State University Jazz Ensemble, directed by Professor Robert Kehle, joined by The Crossroads Jazz Orchestra, … more
KC Wolf to visit Pitt
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Pastor Talent of Victory Life Church is officially announcing "Chiefs' Day" in Pittsburg as a way to give back to the community. "Some people may never get to see a Chiefs game in person," Talent … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Joplin's Midwest Regional Ballet Dance Studio held dress rehearsals for its upcoming production of “Mary Poppins ,” Tuesday evening at Pittsburg's Memorial Auditorium. The … more
Bears, Beets, and Battlestar Galactica 
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Question: What city hosted Rainn Wilson, star of "The Office" and celebrated podcaster and author of such books as "Soul Boom: Why We Need a Spiritual Revolution?" Was it … more
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Open to both the community and campus this month are several concerts presented by the Pittsburg State University Music Department and the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts — … more
Paint, sip, and celebrate Spring
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PITTSBURG, Kan. — Spring is in the air, and on Sunday, the community is invited to attend a Paint and Sip workshop at Root Coffeehouse. more
Sperry-Galligar Audubon Program
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The Sperry-Galligar Audubon meeting will be held on March 30, in Room 102 of Yate’s Hall, 1702 S. Joplin Street, on the Pittsburg State campus, beginning a 7 p.m. more
On Saturday, March 25, the Indian Student Association at Pittsburg State will be celebrating the Hindu holiday of Holi. The festivities are open to all students and faculty of PSU as well as the general public and will be held in the parking lot behind Grubbs Hall from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. more
A slave, a nurse and a soldier spy
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On Saturday, March 25, Fort Scott National Historic Site is hosting retired National Park Service Historian Arnold W. Schofield to discuss three notable 19th century women from Fort Scott; Ann Shatto, a slave; MaryAnn Holt Blakely, a nurse; and Sara Edmonds Seelye, a soldier, nurse and spy during the Civil War. The program will be held in the theater of the Infantry Barracks from 11 a.m. to noon. more
Omaha travel blogger visits SEK
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Omaha native Kim Reiner always wanted to be a travel writer. After college, she began a writing job with a small newspaper in Council Bluffs, Iowa, across the Missouri River from Omaha, writing for the arts and entertainment section. more
US Navy Band plays the Bicknell Center
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On Sunday night, the Bicknell Family Center for the Arts hosted the U.S. Navy Concert Band as it kicked off its 2023 national tour. Pittsburg was the third of five scheduled concerts in Kansas before heading west through Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and California. more
The Pittsburg State University Women in Government Lecture Series invited April Young Bennett, author of the “Ask a Suffragist” book series, host of the Religious Feminism Podcast, and a writer for the Exponent II, a blog about Mormon feminism, to speak about the lessons learned from the suffrage movement. more
CCHM explores antique coverlets
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The Crawford County Historical Museum (CCHM) in Pittsburg is going back to the 19th Century to learn how coverlets told a story of craftsmanship and artistry from the past. more
As of Monday afternoon, a limited number of tickets remained for the 49th Annual Pittsburg State University Jazz Festival concert featuring acclaimed trombonist Wycliffe Gordon and his International All Stars. more
Guests can once again go around the world in a few hours when the International Student Association at Pittsburg State University hosts the annual International Food and Culture Fair from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Saturday, March 4.   more
As the end of Black History Month draws closer, the nation celebrates the trials, tragedies, and accomplishments of legendary men and women like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, and countless others. In many of those accounts, Kansas seems to get forgotten about, when, in fact, Kansans have often been the trend setter in civil rights. more
Local author to appear at book signing
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Debuting October of last year, Darrell Lacey’s Brothers of the State has consistently earned a five-star customer rating on Amazon.com. Published by Ozark Hollow Press, it tells a fictionalized story of Lacey’s time in the Kansas state foster care system. more
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Friday, February 16   Dinner at the Arma American Legion   The Arma American Legion, located at 512 E. Main, is open Friday nights serving good food and drinks. The kitchen opens … more
Poet Joan Kwon Glass, whose recent collections have focused on grief, recovery, and life after great loss, will read from her works at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in the Governors Room in the Overman Student Center at Pittsburg State University.   more
Emilia Bassano was a trailblazer 400 years ago, but her story is almost completely lost to history.  Next week, students will bring it alive in Pitt State Theatre's production, "Emilia."  more
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