HAGERSTOWN, MD News (1/26/2023) – A new movie produced locally in the four-state area, Brazen Impact, has been released, offering a gripping look at the world of crime and the government’s efforts to stop it. The film centers around a the leader of a criminal organization (Clark Fox), a ruthless crime boss who is suddenly knocked off, leaving multiple second-tier bosses to vie for power.
SMITHSBURG, MD News (1/12/2023) – Smithsburg, Maryland is a small town that is home to a number of annual events that draw visitors from all over the region. Two of the most popular events are the Smithsburg Steam and Craft Show and the Smithsburg Community Vol. Fire Co. Carnival.
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SMITHSBURG, MD News (9/15/2022) – After two years being held outside of Smithsburg, the Steam Engine and Craft Show will return to the Smithsburg Carnival Grounds on September 24th and 25th, including the tractor parade through Smithsburg.
HAGERSTOWN, MD – Radio Free Hub City is proud to announce the launch of our TV brand RFHC-TV. Providing a platform for audio and video, this expansion of RFHC will provide additional news and entertainment for our listeners/viewers, and added value for our sponsors.
The Waynesboro Theater will begin playing cult movies on every 2nd Sunday of each month starting July 10th.
The cult classics will kick off with a double feature – Ed Wood’s Plan 9 from Outer Space, followed by the 2016 apocalyptic Sci-Fi film SUBCONSCIOUS REALITY, written and directed by Mark Byrne.
Victor Coelho, Boston University In an era when rock drummers were larger-than-life showmen with big kits and egos to match, Charlie Watts remained the quiet man behind a modest drum set. But Watts wasn’t your typical rock drummer. Part of the Rolling Stones setup from 1963 until his death on Aug. 24, 2021, Watts providedContinue reading “How Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts infused one of the greatest rock ‘n’ roll bands with a little jazz”
Swathi Kiran, Boston University Actor Bruce Willis, 67, is “stepping away” from his career in film and TV after being diagnosed with aphasia, his family announced on March 30, 2022. In a message posted on Instagram, his daughter, Rumer Willis, said that the condition was “impacting his cognitive abilities.” Swathi Kiran, director of the AphasiaContinue reading “What is aphasia? An expert explains the condition forcing Bruce Willis to retire from acting”