The annual Infect Scranton convention invaded the Backyard Ale House in Scranton on Friday, Sept. 5, offering a free autograph signing with Dan Yeager, who played Leatherface in 2013’s “Texas Chainsaw 3D.” Many fans came dressed up as zombies and other creatures of the night.
First Friday Scranton on Sept. 5 had everything from fish sculptures to tile art. Take a look at just a few of the stops we made at this month’s art walk.
Two very talented local photographers, Robb Malloy and Tammy Heid, sent NEPA Scene these fun photos from the Mr. Hush Weekend of Fear Part II convention at The Woodlands Inn and Resort in Wilkes-Barre, which ran Sept. 5-7. Celebrity guests pictured include Kane Hodder (Jason Voorhees in “Friday the 13th Parts 7-10,” “Hatchet”), Brad Loree […]
If there’s one festival in Scranton that’s guaranteed to be a hit each and every year, it’s La Festa Italiana. The 39th annual event was packed shoulder to shoulder around Courthouse Square as we took in the sights, smells, tastes, and sounds, which included a lively set by Ray Massa’s EuroRhythms from Columbus, Ohio.
The second annual Arts on the Square was held in downtown Scranton on Saturday, July 26. Courthouse Square was packed from noon until 8 p.m. with arts, crafts, music (music coverage can be found here), and much more. For these photos, we focused on the wide variety of unique items that could be found on […]
After undergoing some recent lineup changes, Scranton’s A Fire With Friends closed out the Summersteps Records Stage at Arts on the Square in downtown Scranton on July 26. We were there to shoot some photos and a video of a brand new, as-yet-untitled song. The band is currently working on a new album.
Eww Yaboo of Sugar Notch opened the Summersteps Records Stage at Arts on the Square in downtown Scranton on July 26. We were there to grab some pictures and film the song “Lost for So Long” from their latest record, “Keep Dreamin’.”
Scranton’s Cold Coffee, featuring members of Das Black Milk, Girls Galore, and Brian TV, played the Summersteps Records Stage at Arts on the Square in downtown Scranton on July 26, and we were there to shoot some pictures. Listen to two songs, “On a Rock” and “Let Yourself Go,” from the band below: On a […]
Gentleman East, comprised of former members of The Badlees and Breaking Benjamin, played the Highway 81 Revisited Stage at Arts on the Square in downtown Scranton on July 26, and we were there to grab some pictures of the recently formed group.