Harvest Moon Tea, Oct. 12 at Irem Clubhouse, 64 Ridgeway Dr., Dallas. Doors open at 6 p.m. and tea service begins at 6:30. Benefits the residents of Meadows Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. Cost is $30. Seasonal teas, tea sandwiches, salad, scones and dessert included. Tableside magic performed by Bill Dickson. Tickets must be purchased by […]

‘Herstory’ exhibit displays power of area women

‘Herstory’ exhibit displays power of area women

SCRANTON — With her recent gallery exhibition, one Throop woman isn’t look to tell history. Instead, it’s all about “herstory.” Autumn Granza, 25, said she was inspired to use her photography skills to tell the story of local women who are doing great things in the area. The project is called NEPA Herstory, and Granza, […]

Tunkhannock Harvest and Wine Festival offers fall fun for grown-ups

Tunkhannock Harvest and Wine Festival offers fall fun for grown-ups

TUNKHANNOCK — Fall fun isn’t just for the kids. What better way to celebrate the fall harvest season than with wine, music, charity and fellowship? The Tunkhannock Rotary Club is hosting their 11th annual Harvest and Wine Festival from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. this Saturday at Lazybrook Park in Tunkhannock. This event features over […]

‘Vaxis – Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures’: continues Coheed and Cambria’s sound, concept

‘Vaxis – Act I: The Unheavenly Creatures’: continues Coheed and Cambria’s sound, concept

For over 20 years now, Coheed and Cambria has been one of the gold standards in progressive rock. Since 1995, the band has been blending elements of prog rock and prog metal with the sounds of both punk and pop, all to tell one of the most ambitious concepts attempted in modern music. The band […]

Halloween and horror films to get you in the mood

Halloween and horror films to get you in the mood

It’s October, the leaves are changing color before they fall, people can’t get enough of pumpkins and oh yeah, it’s the season of the witch. There are plenty of great activities to do for Halloween, like getting scared at a hunted house or hayride, taking a walk through a corn maze or putting oneself in […]

This is How I Roll: What better time for a pumpkin-themed feast?

This is How I Roll: What better time for a pumpkin-themed feast?

Let there be pumpkin! A year or so ago, I had the bright idea to have an all-pumpkin dinner. So, my dad and I created an appetizer, entrée, and of course, dessert, all centered around pumpkin. While the whole meal satisfied my pumpkin-loving soul, the appetizer was by far my favorite. Combining my two great […]

Seth Kozak

Seth Kozak

Seth Kozak Dallas Artist: Mike Martinez, Thick as Thieves Tattoo Denver, Colorado https://www.theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_20181006_133453.jpg

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BAXTER

BAXTER American Bulldog Jeff and Colleen Lindberg West Scranton, PA https://www.theweekender.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_baxter.jpg

Ask Phil: Who are you going to call?

Ask Phil: Who are you going to call?

Hi Phil, So, it’s been quite the weekend. I moved into a new apartment about a month ago and have been enjoyed being out of my parents’ house for the first time. I like having my own bathroom, my own bed and having the freedom to make my own meals, separate from those of my […]

Benefit concert will aid Harpo lead singner John ‘Lloyd’ Kistner

Benefit concert will aid Harpo lead singner John ‘Lloyd’ Kistner

Rock doesn’t stop. And a benefit show Sunday at the River Street Jazz Cafe aims to make sure it doesn’t stop for one local music legend. John “Lloyd” Kistner, widely known as the lead vocalist and keyboard player of the Northumberland County hard rock band Harpo, is the focus of the upcoming benefit. Doors for […]

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