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WARREN, Ohio -- Limited seating is available for tonight's performance by Blue Man Group at Packard Music Hall. Last night's performance played to a sold-out crowd and tickets for tonight's performance are expected to sell out as well, according to the manager of the venue.
The show, Packard's first sell out for 2015, is being produced by Sunrise Entertainment.
WEST MIDDLESEX, Pa. -- A seminar entitled “Fuel Yourself with Knowledge,” hosted by the Pennsylvania Chapter of the National Association of Royalty Owners, will be held Jan. 24 at the Park Inn by Radisson.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- In a small plain room inside the Youngstown Business Incubator, Jim Cossler is meeting with two women who have an idea for an app. “That makes you look like a $50 million or a $100 million company,” he says as he looks at their new logo.
As they work their way through a checklist of items, the topic of hiring a developer comes up. “Let’s talk about that for a second and one of the land mines that potentially occurs,” Cossler says. That statement increases their attention as he shifts gears and begins, “I’ll tell you an interesting story.”
WARREN, Ohio -- Talmer Bank and Trust is teaming with Second Harvest Food Bank to help “dropkick hunger” with the annual “Become a Soup Bowl Star” drive to feed hungry families. Through Jan. 30, the public is invited to donate canned soup at any Talmer branch.
The goal of the campaign is to help address the drop off in donations to Second Harvest once the holidays are over.
“We appreciate Talmer Bank and Trust helping us replenish the shelves after holiday food distributions,” said Mike Iberis, executive director of Second Harvest Food Bank.
YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- The Youngstown Area Jewish Federal has appointed Andrew Lipkin executive vice president to succeed Sam Kooperman who served the organization for 41 years, 29 of them as executive vice president.
Lipkin's appointment, announced Tuesday by Bruce Lev, president of the federation's board of directors, was effective Jan. 1. He is only the third person to be appointed executive vice president of the federation in its 80-year history.