Review: ‘Scary Stories’ doesn’t have the same impact on adults as children

Sarah Mountain Staff Writer “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” incited a lot of feelings in me in the fourth grade – adrenaline, excitement, intrigue, a little fear and a little rebellion.  This was not the type of story I would normally go for, nor one that my parents would have liked for me to Read More

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International Arts Center John A. Hancock exhibit explores ‘Family, History, and Connection”

Andrea Hammack Staff Writer The John A. Hancock art exhibit, now open for visitors at the International Arts Center, showcases pieces that center around family, history, and connection to place.  Greg Skaggs, an associate professor of art and design at Troy, worked with Hancock to curate the exhibit and prepared the space for showing. “I’ve known Read More

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