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Post: Moonlite Drive-In to reopen this weekend

Post: Moonlite Drive-In to reopen this weekend

WEST WYOMING — Nothing beats a drive-in movie. Now, after years of waiting, the Moonlite Drive-In could finally provide that unique experience once again. The drive-in announced on Monday night via their Facebook page that they would, once again, be opening for business starting this weekend, on Friday and Saturday night. “It is with great […]

Charli XCX sounds like pop’s future third record ‘Charli’

Charli XCX sounds like pop’s future third record ‘Charli’

Saying something about Charli XCX that hasn’t already been said grows increasingly difficult with each passing release. She occupies the rare place of being both a critical darling and a consistent commercial success, and it’s truly no wonder why. XCX has quietly been one of the most exciting voices in pop for some time now, […]

That’s A Wrap: Film festival recalls accomplishing goals, meeting stars

That’s A Wrap: Film festival recalls accomplishing goals, meeting stars

The Toronto International Film Festival concluded Sunday, with Taika Waititi’s Nazi/World War II satire “Jojo Rabbit” claiming the TIFF Audience Award. With this victory, the movie about a Nazi Youth member (Roman Griffin Davis) who has Adolf Hitler (Waititi) as an imaginary friend is now an awards season frontrunner. Recent Audience Award winners that moved […]

EXCLUSIVE: James Barrett announces record release show at Stage West

EXCLUSIVE: James Barrett announces record release show at Stage West

James Barrett announced today he will celebrate his upcoming full-length release, “The Price of Comfort,” on Nov. 2 at Stage West, and it will be the culmination of a whole lot of work and experience by the artist — internal and external. Barrett, 22, of Clarks Summit, along with his band, will be joined by […]

That’s a Wrap: 30 highly anticipated films to see this fall

That’s a Wrap: 30 highly anticipated films to see this fall

Labor Day brought summer to its unofficial end, and in movieland, fall begins when some of the top film festivals are underway. With so many films scheduled to be released now and Christmas, I decided to make a list of 30 of my most anticipated titles of the season to help readers get through the […]

Richie Ramone to perform at Stage West Sept. 3

Richie Ramone to perform at Stage West Sept. 3

Richie Ramone is coming to Scranton. The former Ramones drummer will perform at Stage West on Sept. 3 with support from local acts Charles Manson Dance Academy, Starving Hysterical Naked, a Minor Glitch and RadioRiot. The show is part of Ramone’s “Hot As Hell” tour along the East Coast, with special guests Tender Beats on […]

Paladin’s Death will hold EP release show Friday

Paladin’s Death will hold EP release show Friday

No, they’ve never played Dungeons and Dragons, but a few of them have dabbled in World of Warcraft. Scranton deathcore band Paladin’s Death will celebrate the release of its debut EP, “Abandon All Hope Ye Who Enter Here,” at Karl Hall on Aug. 30. They will be joined by Toothless, Brighter Days, Cheap Seats and […]

Taylor Swift has remarkable return to form on ‘Lover,’ one of her strongest showings

Taylor Swift has remarkable return to form on ‘Lover,’ one of her strongest showings

The most fascinating thing about Taylor Swift’s newest album, “Lover,” is the way she totally overcomes the expectations set up by both her previous record and some of the singles leading up to it. “Lover” sees Swift returning to her previously established two-years-between-albums pattern, coming not that long after her “Reputation,” a record which I […]

Young Thug’s ‘So Much Fun’ makes good on its promise, for the most part

Young Thug’s ‘So Much Fun’ makes good on its promise, for the most part

By all rights, you would think that Young Thug would be one of those artists that I’d complain about. If you’ve been following my reviews for a while, particularly the ones about hip-hop, it probably wouldn’t be too far off to accuse me of being an “old head,” favoring hyper lyrical emcees over artists like […]

Woodstock turns 50 at Bethel Woods

Woodstock turns 50 at Bethel Woods

Despite what you may have seen in the headlines this summer, Woodstock’s 50th anniversary celebration was not cancelled. It went on as planned last week, for several days, on the anniversary of the milestone event. Several acts that were on the historic musical bill in August of 1969 – Santana, John Fogerty, Blood, Sweat & […]

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