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Lecrae, Andy Mineo light up Stage AE

PITTSBURGH – With Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen spectating from the upper level of Stage AE in Pittsburgh’s North Shore, Lecrae and Reach Records label-mate Andy Mineo brightened a rainy

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Jones Maruri Duo returns to IUP for 25th anniversary of The Lively Arts

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of The Lively Arts at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Michael Kevin Jones and Agustin Maruri of the Jones Maruri Duo returned to perform a concert

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‘Transgender Dysphoria Blues’ expresses lead singer’s struggle with society

Punk rockers Against Me! have been collectively outing their angst since their formation in 1997. Never, however, have they done so on such a personal, emotional and newsworthy level as

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Neutral Milk Hotel creates a new mystical realm of rock

Some underground rock bands have a mystical, ethereal quality, not just to their sound but to their presence, as well. The cult phenomenon “In the Aeroplane Over the Sea,” constructed

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IUP String Ensemble featured large, small groups Tuesday

The IUP String Ensemble presented its concert Tuesday evening in Gorell Recital Hall. “In a way, it’s not our usual String Ensemble Concert,” said Dr. Stanley Chepaitis, co-director of the

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Death Grips release new free-streaming album ‘Jenny Death’

Sacramento-based, experimental hip-hop trio Death Grips are back with the leak and subsequent free streaming of the long-awaited album “Jenny Death.” Since they released their second studio album, “No Love

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Italian guitarist, plays for IUP Sunday as part of US tour

Internationally acclaimed Italian guitarist Paolo Schianchi performed Sunday in Gorell Recital Hall as part of his U.S. tour. Schianchi played several genres of music on several types of guitars throughout

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The Vienna Boys Choir travel from Austria to perform at IUP

The Vienna Boys Choir took the stage in Fisher Auditorium Wednesday night as part of the Ovations! series of concerts and performances that The Lively Arts puts on every semester.

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Kendrick Lamar’s ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’ is deep, introspective

Compton, Calif., rapper Kendrick Lamar’s ambitious new project, “To Pimp a Butterfly,” is dense, political and at times painfully introspective while embracing sonic elements of funk, soul and free jazz.

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IUP Chorus and Chorale: perform new Jack Stamp pieces

Students from the IUP Chorale aided in the performance Sunday. (Brittany Persun/ The Penn) Students from the IUP Chorale aided in the performance Sunday. (Brittany Persun/ The Penn)