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Lackawanna Historical Society looks back on ‘Past Times’ in virtual lecture series Feb. 12-April 23

Lackawanna Historical Society looks back on ‘Past Times’ in virtual lecture series Feb. 12-April 23

From a press release: The Lackawanna Historical Society in Scranton will continue its winter “Lackawanna Past Times” virtual lecture series on Zoom into the spring. “As we continue to practice social distancing and put off larger gatherings in-person (and move into the season of cold and snowy weather), we’re delighted to be able to offer […]

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Lackawanna Historical Society shares student photojournalism documenting pandemic on Feb. 14

Lackawanna Historical Society shares student photojournalism documenting pandemic on Feb. 14

From a press release: On Valentine’s Day, the Lackawanna Historical Society in Scranton will present a virtual love letter to the community and debut “Every Picture Tells a Story,” a photojournalism project capturing Northeastern Pennsylvania during quarantine. A short Zoom meeting and video premiere will be held on Sunday, Feb. 14 at 1 p.m. to […]

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WVIA rebroadcasts ‘War Stories’ about Pittston WWII vet Patrick Solano on Jan. 29-31

WVIA rebroadcasts ‘War Stories’ about Pittston WWII vet Patrick Solano on Jan. 29-31

From a press release: In remembrance of Patrick Solano, a decorated World War II veteran who became a public servant under nine Pennsylvania governors, WVIA will air a special rebroadcast of the award-winning original documentary film “War Stories: Pat Solano” this Friday, Jan. 29 at 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, Jan. 31 at 1:30 p.m. […]

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University of Scranton hosts virtual Schemel Forum series on world affairs during spring semester

University of Scranton hosts virtual Schemel Forum series on world affairs during spring semester

From a press release: During the spring semester, the Schemel Forum’s World Affairs seminars at the University of Scranton will deliver a full spectrum of enlightening virtual presentations on current topics starting in February. Eight experts in their fields will bring their insights into the homes of area residents, once again through a Zoom format […]

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Lackawanna Historical Society looks back on ‘Past Times’ in virtual lecture series Jan. 29-Feb. 26

Lackawanna Historical Society looks back on ‘Past Times’ in virtual lecture series Jan. 29-Feb. 26

From a press release: The Lackawanna Historical Society in Scranton will continue its popular “Lackawanna Past Times” virtual lecture series on Zoom in 2021. “As we continue to practice social distancing and put off larger gatherings in-person (and move into the season of cold and snowy weather), we’re delighted to be able to offer local […]

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NEPA virtual programs and broadcasts observe Anthracite Mining Heritage Month throughout January

NEPA virtual programs and broadcasts observe Anthracite Mining Heritage Month throughout January

From a press release: The Lackawanna Historical Society in Scranton will once again join regional partners in observing Anthracite Mining Heritage Month throughout January. This annual event focuses on the history and culture of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s coal region. Because of health concerns this year, all events will be conducted online via Zoom. The society will […]

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Lackawanna Historical Society celebrates Joe Biden’s Scranton roots with exhibit and lecture on Jan. 13

Lackawanna Historical Society celebrates Joe Biden’s Scranton roots with exhibit and lecture on Jan. 13

From a press release: As part of the “Project 46” celebration of President-elect Joe Biden’s upcoming inauguration on Jan. 20, the Lackawanna Historical Society will feature programs highlighting his ties to Scranton. A special “Lackawanna Past Times” lecture on the Biden family roots will be held by Tim Hinton via Zoom on Wednesday, Jan. 13 […]

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Historical Society hosts horse-drawn carriage tours in Scranton, holiday raffle, and virtual lectures

Historical Society hosts horse-drawn carriage tours in Scranton, holiday raffle, and virtual lectures

From a press release: Like so many things this year, the holidays are going to be a bit different at the Lackawanna Historical Society’s Catlin House in Scranton. However, there will be new holiday happenings this season, some virtually and others socially distanced. On Wednesday, Dec. 16, the LHS will be teaming up with Brookvalley […]

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Take a spooky Flashlight Tour of the Everhart Museum in Scranton on Oct. 24

Take a spooky Flashlight Tour of the Everhart Museum in Scranton on Oct. 24

From a press release: From minerals to mirrors, learn about myths and superstitions on a one-hour guided “Flashlight Tour” through the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science, and Art in Scranton on Saturday, Oct. 24. Special guest presenters John and Keriann Balucha of Wyoming Valley Ghost Tours will end the tour with fascinating details of […]

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How Eddie Van Halen changed rock music with his signature guitar style

How Eddie Van Halen changed rock music with his signature guitar style

The legendary guitarist Eddie Van Halen has died aged 65. One of the most influential guitarists of the modern age, Van Halen was known for his mastery of the two-handed tapping technique and for bringing the virtuosic rock guitar solo back into the popular music mainstream in the late ’70s and 1980s. One of the […]

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