The Ensemble is Back with Jazz Pizzazz

Co-written with Raen Wallace A Jazz concert was held on the campus of Potomac State College on November 14, 2018, at the Church-Mckee Arts Center. Following a brief introduction in which the leader of the ensemble Fred L. Kesner thanked the college for its support, the group broke into their first song “There Will Never Be Another You.” Although the entire ensemble was terrific, Mr. … Continue reading The Ensemble is Back with Jazz Pizzazz

Keyser High School’s Tornado TV gets “Locked Out”

Keyser High School’s Tornado TV (TTV) recently created a 10-part miniseries titled “Locked Out,” available to watch in its entirety on the Tornado TV Facebook page. Filmed over the course of four months (from September to January), showrunner Logan Cook, and fellow TTV members Jonathon Myers and Jerrod McGann, used an iPhone and the video editing software iMovie to bring “Locked Out” to life. According … Continue reading Keyser High School’s Tornado TV gets “Locked Out”

Classic Westerns Return To Site of Keyser Theatre

The classic film “High Noon” returns to the silver screen at the site of the former Keyser Theatre where, over half a century ago, audiences gathered to enjoy it. This dramatic showing is just one of several cinematic selections that are being studied in a course on the American western film genre at Potomac State College. The course consists of both a classroom portion on campus … Continue reading Classic Westerns Return To Site of Keyser Theatre

The STEM Festival Returns to PSC

By Cody Brazil David Miller tinkers with his drone before the STEM festival. Photo by Cody Brazil. The time for the Potomac State College student body to showcase their knowledge in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math is almost upon us. The STEM festival, which is a day for the community to learn about many interesting topics in those fields from the students … Continue reading The STEM Festival Returns to PSC

PSC’s “Willy Wonka” Opening on March 16

    by Sevohn Hunter On Friday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m., Potomac State College’s theater program will present its spring production of “Willy Wonka” at the Church-McKee Arts Center. This production of “Willy Wonka” is based on Roald Dahl’s book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and will include all the songs from the 1971 movie. “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” tells the story of … Continue reading PSC’s “Willy Wonka” Opening on March 16

Review: New “Thor: Ragnarok” Film Shines

by Ryan Cook  2017 has been an excellent year for superhero movies. First, we were treated to the groundbreaking Wolverine film “Logan” in March. Then came the colorful and emotional “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” in May. Audiences across the world fell in love with Gal Gadot in the blockbuster hit “Wonder Woman” in June, and July reintroduced Spider-Man to fans of all ages … Continue reading Review: New “Thor: Ragnarok” Film Shines

Landau Eugene Murphy Returns to Keyser

  The lights dim as the audience sits quietly in anticipation. The band swiftly rushes to their seats to prepare their instruments. Suddenly, the saxophone starts to play as Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. energetically takes the stage to do what he loves. On Saturday, Sept. 30, Murphy returned to Potomac State College for a third year to sing for the students and citizens of Keyser. … Continue reading Landau Eugene Murphy Returns to Keyser