Wed. November 15 - Mr. Hot Dog & More closing after 37 years
Plus: 83-year-old man killed in Sunday's crash identified
In The News
🌭 After 37 years of serving the Bellefonte area, Mr. Hot Dog & More is closing its doors on November 22. Owners Jim, Sandy, and Jeramy Condo made the announcement on Facebook. Known for its signature Texas hot dogs as well as a variety of breakfast items, sandwiches, and daily specials, the restaurant has been a local favorite. The Condos expressed deep gratitude to their employees and customers, acknowledging the friendships and support that have made their business a success over the decades. [Centre Daily Times via Yahoo]
The 83-year-old man killed in a crash in downtown State College on Sunday was identified as Benjamin Bae, according to the Centre County Coroner’s Office. Bae succumbed to chest trauma as a result of the crash. The accident occurred when Bae, driving a Hyundai Elantra, accelerated through the Schlow Centre Region Library's parking lot and collided with a concrete wall where a six-story student apartment building is currently being constructed. His 78-year-old female passenger was seriously injured and is currently stable at Geisinger Medical Center. [StateCollege.com]
🎸 Dropkick Murphys are set to perform at the Bryce Jordan Center on March 8, 2024, as part of their St. Patrick's Day Tour, featuring Pennywise and The Scratch as special guests. Tickets start at $34.50 and will be available starting Friday. This concert is a part of their tour which begins on February 13 and culminates with a three-night stint in their hometown of Boston over St. Patrick's Day weekend. [StateCollege.com]
Today: 🌤️ High 53F/low 33F
Tomorrow: ☀️ High 61F/low 38F
7:30PM | Eisenhower Auditorium | $30-$69
STOMP is explosive, provocative, sophisticated, and utterly unique—and appeals to audiences of all ages. The eight-member troupe uses everything but conventional percussion instruments—matchboxes, wooden poles, brooms, garbage cans, Zippo lighters, hubcaps—to fill the stage with magnificent rhythms.
Game Night is back by popular demand. Pizza and board games will be provided but participants are also encouraged to bring games of their own. All ages and abilities are welcome to participate.
💎 Nittany Mineralogical Society November Meeting
7-9:30PM | Boalsburg Fire Hall
Dr. Adam Ianno of the Pennsylvania Geological Survey will present an introduction to what an "isotope" is and how they came to be, the field of isotope geochemistry, and the procedures of non-traditional stable isotope analyses and apply them to geological research projects he has pursued. The event has free admission, free refreshments and free parking, and is open to all.
📽️ Good Will Hunting
8PM | The State Theatre | $9/$11
The Reel Fans of The State Theatre bring you a showing of Good Will hunting starring Matt Damon, Robin Williams, and Ben Affleck. The most brilliant mind at America’s top university isn’t a student…he’s the kid who cleans the floors.
Live Music Lowdown
Mutiny | A’s Pub | 7-9PM
Piano Fight Club | The Phyrst | 10:30PM
Samual Price | The View @ Mountain View CC | 6-8PM
Adam & The Armadillos | The Phyrst | 10:30PM
Conner Gilbert | University Wine Co. | 6-8PM
Corner Brothers | Doggie’s Pub | 9PM
Jason Davoli (Lowjack) | The Brewery | 10:30PM
Joshua Davis w/ PSU Music Students (Jazz) | Pine Grove Hall | 7PM | $3/$6
Kevin Briggs | Antifragile Brewing Co. | 8PM
Ramblin’ Dan Stevens | Titan Hollow | 6:30-8:30PM
Sam Christensen & Anna Pearl Belinda | Boal City Brewing | 7-9PM
Penn State Men’s Basketball
11/14 vs. Saint Francis (PA) | W 83-53
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