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About 100,000 visitors will descend upon State College today for the rain-or-shine start of the 39th annual Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts.

State College Police Sgt. Mark Argiro said plain-clothes and uniformed officer patrols would increase to levels usually seen on home football weekends between now and Sunday. He added that mounted state police patrols would also be monitoring the Arts Festival crowds.

One security measure that will not be in effect this weekend is live monitoring of the Beaver Canyon cameras, which was scheduled to begin July 1.

Tropical birds and insects chirped, squawked and croaked in the background as Craig Herman talked to me on his cell phone in the middle of a rainforest about 20 miles south of Hilo, Hawaii.

What were we talking about, you ask?

Well, at first, anything but Penn State football. In fact, the Class of 1977 alumnus started the conversation by asking if I surfed, and, being from northeastern Pennsylvania, I, of course, said no.

Wade Malcolm is a junior majoring in journalism and a Collegian football writer. His e-mail address is wrm126@psu.edu.

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Tropical birds and insects chirped, squawked and croaked in the background as Craig Herman talked to me on his cell phone in the middle of a rainforest about 20 miles south of Hilo, Hawaii.