What a Feeling

The year was 1983 and Jennifer Beals starred as a Pittsburg-based steel worker by day, exotic dancer by night (with dreams of becoming no-less than a professional ballerina), in the Jerry Bruckheimer film “Flashdance.” Flash forward to 2015, and “Flashdance” finds new life on the stage, a “Flashdance — The Musical.” Following the same plot of its successful predecessor, the live show tells the tale of Alex Owens, working in a steel mill by day, dancing in a bar by night, dreaming of becoming a professional performer. (read more)

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  • Around Town
  • Phil Woods to Perform
  • Recipes from Helen's Kitchen; Feb. 20, 2015
  • Test drive: 2015 Hyundai Sonata


 

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Outdoor expo draws a crowd

Plains Twp. — Hunters who set up shop at the Wild Pennsylvania Hunting-Fishing-Outdoor Expo have different interests. A.J. Tiglio wants to get a whitetail buck in his bow sight and on video.

Police, Feb. 28

Hazleton incidents Hazleton police issued releases alleging the following n Police are investigating a hit-and-run crash at Hazle and East Elm streets involving a 2005 Acura TL and a silver Ford Taurus, which fled the scene Friday morning. The crash happe

Sports and outdoor expo kicks off at casino

Hunters who set up shop at the Wild Pennsylvania Hunting-Fishing-Outdoor Expo have different quarries. A.J. Tiglio wants to get a whitetail buck in his bow sight and on video. Tom and Judy Radzwich seek the bark of an unusual hickory tree that they brew i

7th annual Pike County Visitors Guide asks tourism-related businesses to update listing

The 7th annual Pike County Visitors Guide and map is now in production. The guide is dedicated to tourism and all there to see and do in the county and will compliment the website, www.discoverpikepa.com. In conjunction with the Pike County Commissioners,

Architect who helped renovate W-B dies at 86

Nicholas Pyros, an architect who played a key role in redesigning downtown Wilkes-Barre’s infrastructure after the flood of 1972 and helped save some historic buildings from demolition, died earlier this week following heart surgery. He was 86.

 
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