The 143rd Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment Company A held a living history event at the Swetland Homestead in Wyoming on Sunday, Sept. 21. The Civil War reenactment included drills, scenarios, the camp life of the soldiers, and a bake sale. The photos, taken by NEPA Scene photographer Robb Malloy, include interior and exterior shots of […]
“The Faces and Voices of The Blues III” at Scranton’s historic Tripp House is right around the corner, so NEPA Scene is giving readers an exclusive look at the faces of the artists they’ll be seeing, courtesy of PocoNotes and photographer Jim Gavenus. Held Oct. 4-5, the event will feature Gavenus’ work and a photography […]
Showcasing local and independent touring bands in an intimate setting, the Sherman Theater’s Living Room Series featured BoyMeetsWorld, Young at Heart, Statue & Levity, and Cedar Green on Thursday., Sept. 18. The next Living Room Series show (524 Main St., Stroudsburg) will host Not Tonight Josephine, Windsor Circle, Skysleeper, and Forever Home on Tuesday, Sept. […]
Coming back from hiatus with a brand new lineup, Breaking Benjamin returned to the band’s old stomping grounds at Gator’s Pub and Eatery (75 Main St., Luzerne), previously known as Brews Brothers West and the Voodoo Lounge, for two back-to-back sold-out shows on Friday, Sept. 19 and Saturday, Sept. 20. NEPA Scene was there for […]
PA Oktoberfest rolled into Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs in Wilkes-Barre this past weekend for its fourth annual Oktoberfest celebration. The event kicked off Friday, Sept. 12 with a three-day celebration of food, entertainment, and most importantly, beer! Visitors had the pleasure of sampling food from 13 local vendors, including Fire & Ice’s Jager Schnitzel […]
NEPA Scene photographer Tammy Heid took these photos of the Clarence Spady Band performing at the River Street Jazz Cafe in Plains on Saturday, Sept. 13.
NEPA Scene photographer Robb Malloy attended “The Misanthrope and the Little Buddha: A Misunderstanding of Love” on Thursday, Sept. 11 the Alvina Krause Theatre in Bloomsburg. Written and performed by Kat Bullington, the “developing artist” performance made its world premiere that night, kicking off the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble’s second annual Women’s Solo Performance Festival. The […]
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.