Rich Howells

ARCHIVES: Lackawanna Historical Society hosts outdoor walking tours in downtown Scranton all summer

ARCHIVES: Lackawanna Historical Society hosts outdoor walking tours in downtown Scranton all summer

The city of Scranton has been through many changes over the years, but much of its architectural history still remains. The Lackawanna Historical Society will highlight many of these unique buildings in their summer walking tours of downtown Scranton, beginning June 5 and ending Oct. 30. The weekly tours begin every Saturday at 11 a.m. […]

 Rich Howells

ARCHIVES: Clarks Green volunteer John Darcy founds ECTV, leads Scranton park project

ARCHIVES: Clarks Green volunteer John Darcy founds ECTV, leads Scranton park project

Volunteer of the Week: John Darcy Town of residence: Clarks Green Occupation: President of the board and co-founder of ECTV, vice president of East Scranton Business Association Charities/volunteer work: Immediate past president of the board of United Cerebral Palsy of NEPA, building committee of Wilkes-Barre VA Hospital, building review committee of city of Scranton, church […]

 Rich Howells

ARCHIVES: Felix Sarco brings counterculture music to the Scranton Cultural Center

ARCHIVES: Felix Sarco brings counterculture music to the Scranton Cultural Center

“Only in Scranton” is all I can think when I’m watching the psychedelic funk rock quintet known as Felix Sarco’s Polar Power Manifesto Magnet Supernova as they scream, writhe, dance, thrash, and just generally rock their way through a tune called “Once Upon a Mountain Top,” which is written from the perspective of a god […]

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