Scranton’s Heavy Blonde rocked the Highway 81 Revisited Stage at Arts on the Square in downtown Scranton on July 26. We were there to grab some pictures and film the last song of their set, “Johnny’s Got His Fangs.” Look out for a new album from the band within the next few months.
Wilkes-Barre’s Indigo Moon Brass Band brought their New Orleans sound to the Highway 81 Revisited Stage at Arts on the Square in downtown Scranton on July 26. We were there to grab some pictures and film the last song of their set, “When the Saints Go Marching In.”
Considering the city’s current reputation, it may be difficult to imagine Scranton without booze, but history buffs will take locals back to that dark time next month. On Sunday, Aug. 10, the Slocum Hollow Historians will present “Scranton Dry,” a short play about Prohibition-era Scranton at the Lackawanna Historical Society, announced in a press release […]
Introduced as “Scranton, Pennsylvania’s own Motionless In White,” frontman Chris Motionless and bassist Devin “Ghost” Sola represented the Electric City at the inaugural Gibson Brands Alternative Press Music Awards last night, held at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. They announced a live performance of the current incarnation of […]
The Scranton Comic Con was held once again at the Radisson Lackawanna Station Hotel (700 Lackawanna Ave., Scranton) on Sunday, July 20. For information on the next convention, visit the America’s Most Wanted Comics & Collectibles website.
The map for First Friday Scranton on July 4 is here: Click here for a printable PDF. 1. 310 North Washington – A Continuation…: Photography by John Ingiamo. 2. AFA Gallery – Lynn Gano and Gary Magakis. 3. AFA Gallery (Upstairs) – Mike Asente and Moniques Luchetti. 4. The Bog – Organic Abstract Symmetry: Michael […]
ARCHIVES: Surviving the ‘Dead’ – ‘Walking Dead’ and ‘Dawn of the Dead’ stars Infect Scranton Sept. 20-22
Two years ago, a friend told actor Vincent Ward that he should be on AMC’s hit TV series “The Walking Dead.” “Why would I want to be on a show about zombies?” he replied. “A year later, I’m on a show about zombies.” Born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, Ward was a basketball star and […]
Aayu, the indie rapper from Bucks County who relocated to Northeast Pennsylvania a few years ago, admits his name is “a pain the ass” because of its unusual pronunciation, but unlike many hip-hop artists, it’s no gimmick. “It’s a common boy and girl’s name in India, but it’s an old, old name that translates from […]
ARCHIVES: Captain, We’re Sinking reveals ‘The Future’ at acoustic record release show in Wilkes-Barre
Captain, We’re Sinking’s new album “The Future Is Cancelled” may sound bleak, but the mostly Philadelphia-based punk rockers, who originally started in Scranton, are actually on their way up. After finishing a successful tour with his brother Greg’s band, The Menzingers, guitarist/vocalist Bob Barnett is ready, though a bit nervous, to showcase his banjo picking […]