Christian Rock Music
Faith calendar (Detroit News)
Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran Church, 10:30 a.m. Sundays: traditional Lutheran worship. 1450 McKinstry St., Detroit. (313) 554-3728.
What's on March 2 (The Express-Times)
BLUE TONE CAFE. 683 Walnut Ave., Easton. 9 p.m. The Craig Thatcher Band. Information: 610-258-5812. COCCON COFFEE SHOP. 41 E. Washington Ave., Washington. Jeff Randall. Information: 908-835-8001.
What's on March 3 (The Express-Times)
BLUE TONE CAFE. 683 Walnut Ave., Easton. 9 p.m. The Stumble. Information: 610-258-5812. BRETHREN CHUCH AT SERGEANTSVILLE. 522 Rosemont Ringoes Road, Sergeantsville. 7 p.m. The Rick Dill Band. Cost: $10 donation at the door. Information: 908-638-6561.
Why not stay this weekend? (Indiana Statesman)
Friday ?9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Maple Sugarin' Days hosted at Prairie Creek Park. ?4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Ballyhoo Tavern, free food. Stick around to watch the ISU women's basketball team at 7 p.m. and later that night the Dugger, Ind. band Philpot will be hosting a CD release party ?4 p.
Wednesday's Community Calendar (Pocono Record)
APPALACHIAN MOUNTAIN CLUB, Lehigh Valley Group, 7:30 p.m., Lehigh Valley Friends Quaker Meeting House, Route 512, Bethlehem. Mountaineer John McMenamin will give a multi-media presentation on climbing Alaska's Mount McKinley. Refreshments and social hour will follow. 610 759-7067 or email@example.com.
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Stirring tunes in times of turmoil (The Morning Call)
In times of turmoil, music not only serves as a distraction for soldiers and civilians, but reflects the feelings of a nation.
Mardi Gras celebrations in Binghamton (News 10 Now Syracuse)
It's Mardi Gras with a Southern Tier twist. News 10 Now's Karen Lee finds out how people in Greater Binghamton are celebrating Fat Tuesday.
Newsboys to deliver at Stabler (The Express-Times)
It's been five years since Australia's Newsboys toured the United States. They're ready to give it a "Go" again with a new CD release and tour of the same name -- "Go."
SPOTLIGHT SPOTLIGHT (Times Leader)
Steamtown National Historic Site Open Jan.-March 31, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Visit www.nps.gov/stea for train schedule or call 570.340.5200
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