Music and Arts

The Athena Cinema is celebrating a special birthday this year. The movie theater will be turning 100 years old in 2015, making it one of the oldest continuously running cinemas in the nation.

To celebrate the theater's unique history, the community is invited to attend monthly screenings of iconic films, kicking off with the 1928 Buster Keaton classic Steamboat Bill, Jr. on Jan. 31.

Lucero, Greg Brown also added to 2015 lineup
Fire and Ice Festival to feature ice carving, unique desserts

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Annual fest at Stuart's Opera House includes music documentaries, vinyl LPs and CDs for sale in lobby
Pittsburgh's Shelf Life String Band and The Jakob's Ferry Stragglers will perform at Casa Cantina
Andrea Baker's book is titled "You Get What You Need: Stories of Fans of The Rolling Stones"

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Arts

Partnership between Athens Area Citizens for the Arts and Wayne National Forest will improve federal, state efforts to support community-based activities
Display will premiere Dec. 6 following Logan Santa Parade
Eighteen entries will be displayed Dec. 2-Jan. 2
"Autonomy vs. Shame" will be on display through Dec. 22
Fourth time Beacon School has received artist-in-residence grant
Three students have been nominated for scholarship, one to compete in annual festival
Famous printer Amos Paul Kennedy Jr. will sell and sign posters off wall
Classic film is re-interpreted as a live 1940s radio broadcast

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