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Exhibits: Jan. 17 through 23

Exhibits: Jan. 17 through 23

This Week, Jan. 17 through 23 OPENING EXHIBITS Selma to Montgomery: A March for the Right to Vote, an exhibit featuring photographs by Spider Martin and Jim Gavenus, LCCC assistant professor and internationally-recognized documentary photographer. Schulman Gallery, Luzerne County Community College Campus Center, Nanticoke. Opening reception from 6 to 9 pm.. Jan. 19, and exhibit […]

Theater Listings: Jan. 17 through 23

Theater Listings: Jan. 17 through 23

THIS WEEK: Jan. 17 through 23 Disenchanted, a new musical comedy with 10 fairy princesses telling their tales after the Happily Ever After. Cinderella is obsessed with weight, Sleeping Beauty with narcolepsy; Snow White is demanding, and Mulan is a lesbian. This production contains adult humor and language and is not suitable for children. Phoenix […]

Horoscopes: Your future predicted according to your astrological sign

Horoscopes: Your future predicted according to your astrological sign

A baby born today has a Sun and Moon in Capricorn if born before 3:32 a.m. (ET). Afterward, the Moon will be in Aquarius. HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2018: This year you will experience life from a more lighthearted perspective. You tend to express your feelings more often. Your caring attitude keeps many […]

Look What You Missed: Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band plays the F.M. Kirby Center

Look What You Missed: Jaimoe’s Jasssz Band plays the F.M. Kirby Center

Founding member of the Allman Brothers Band Jaimoe performed Saturday night at the F.M. Kirby Center in Wilkes-Barre with his Jasssz Band. In front of an energized crowd in the venue’s Chandelier Lobby, the six-piece ensemble fronted by Junior Mack played an array of improvised, American music including jazzy originals, blues staples and new interpretations […]

My View: We could learn a thing or two from ‘shithole’ countries

My View: We could learn a thing or two from ‘shithole’ countries

The president of the United States of America decided to use some colorful language when describing certain countries from where people immigrate to the United States. “Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?” he allegedly asked, talking about nations such as Haiti and Nigeria, then suggesting the U.S. bring more […]

The Accidentals to bring genre-defying music to F.M. Kirby Center in WB

The Accidentals to bring genre-defying music to F.M. Kirby Center in WB

With a musical upbringing, a blue-collar work ethic and an insatiable appetite for knowledge and development, The Accidentals’ rise to success has been anything but. The Michigan-based trio, which defies categorization by expounding on an orchestral foundation with a variety of genres and instruments, will perform at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Chandelier Lobby of […]

The Prenuptial Project: The pros and cons of the ‘laid-back’ approach

The Prenuptial Project: The pros and cons of the ‘laid-back’ approach

Growing up, I never had some grandiose idea of what my wedding day would look like. Honestly, it probably looked a lot different to young Brigid than it does to current Brigid, and that’s fine … for the most part. The frills and pomp and circumstance around weddings never really interested me. Did I want […]

Scranton electronic musician Quoth poised to release new music after hiatus

Scranton electronic musician Quoth poised to release new music after hiatus

Following a paternity leave or sorts from the local music scene, a Scranton electronic artist has returned to live performance, and he’s brought new music with him. Kenny Hill, aka Quoth, is poised to release his latest album, “Switch,” and expects the record to be available by early February at the latest. The musician and […]

Peach Music Festival announces initial lineup for July event in Scranton

Peach Music Festival announces initial lineup for July event in Scranton

The initial lineup for the seventh annual Peach Music Festival was announced today by entertainment promoter Live Nation. The four-day event, slated to take place July 19 through 22 at Montage Mountain, 1000 Montage Mountain Road, Scranton, will feature iconic Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh and his Terrapin Family Band and two sets by Gov’t […]

‘A Toast to the Rat Pack’ to bring crooner hits to Scranton Cultural Center

‘A Toast to the Rat Pack’ to bring crooner hits to Scranton Cultural Center

Announced this week, a trio of modern-day crooners will bring the sights and sounds of the Rat Pack to the Scranton Cultural Center. “A Toast to the Rat Pack” will hearken back to the glory days of Las Vegas on March 11 at the Electric City venue housed inside the Masonic Temple, 420 N. Washington […]

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