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West Scranton native Mike Kunda is ‘The Pretender’: documentary showing slated for this Saturday

West Scranton native Mike Kunda is ‘The Pretender’: documentary showing slated for this Saturday

What West Scranton-native Michael Kunda, 50, does for a living is nothing short of fantastical. By living his life as Rocky Balboa, Kunda has inspired many others to follow their passions, no matter how outlandish they may seem. The NEPA-premiere of the 2018 award-winning documentary, “The Pretender,” directed by Jim Tosacano and based on the […]

Celtic folk and bluegrass band Black Sage Project to play multiple shows this Saturday

Celtic folk and bluegrass band Black Sage Project to play multiple shows this Saturday

If you’re looking to get down to your roots this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, the Black Sage Project invites you to join them in celebration with traditional Celtic folk music and original bluegrass ballads. The performances will be held this Saturday, March 16, from 3 to 6 p.m. at K’s Inn, Deposit, N.Y., and from […]

LSD’s process of slowly growing an album reveals its flaws

LSD’s process of slowly growing an album reveals its flaws

Breaking from tradition, I’m not going to be talking about an album today, or even an EP. Instead, I’m going to be talking about a single that annoyed me enough that I felt compelled to write about it and the unnecessarily annoying way it’s being released. That single is “No New Friends,” the latest from […]

Celtic folk and bluegrass band Black Sage Project to play multiple shows this Saturday

Celtic folk and bluegrass band Black Sage Project to play multiple shows this Saturday

If you’re looking to get down to your roots this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, the Black Sage Project invites you to join them in celebration with traditional Celtic folk music and original bluegrass ballads. The performances will be held this Saturday, March 16, from 3 to 6 p.m. at K’s Inn, Deposit, N.Y., and from […]

Celtic folk and bluegrass band Black Sage Project to play multiple shows this Saturday

Celtic folk and bluegrass band Black Sage Project to play multiple shows this Saturday

If you’re looking to get down to your roots this St. Patrick’s Day weekend, the Black Sage Project invites you to join them in celebration with traditional Celtic folk music and original bluegrass ballads. The performances will be held this Saturday, March 16, from 3 to 6 p.m. at K’s Inn, Deposit, N.Y., and from […]

Another Day Dawns debut album release party slated for Feb. 23

Another Day Dawns debut album release party slated for Feb. 23

Lehighton-based and nationally-recognized hard rock band Another Day Dawns is set to release its debut EP “A Different Life” this Saturday, Feb. 23, at One Centre Square, Easton. Beginning at 6 p.m., the release party will feature a performance by the band, as well as new merchandise. Another Day Dawns was formed in 2010 by […]

NEPA Cannabis Club has temporary home at Big Yield Hydroponics

NEPA Cannabis Club has temporary home at Big Yield Hydroponics

SCRANTON – NEPA Cannabis Club and the nonprofit Crowd Pow Wow Proud will have a new home for the time being. Pennsylvania Cannabis Festival founders Jeff and Mandy Zick have opened the doors of their Scranton-based business, Big Yield Hydroponics, after-hours to NEPA Cannabis Club and its patients after issues arose at the club’s Larksville […]

Screaming Infidelities Emo Night to once again rock Stage West

Screaming Infidelities Emo Night to once again rock Stage West

SCRANTON — It’s time to get sad — but, you know, in a good way. This Saturday, the Screaming Infidelities Emo Night will once again descend upon Stage West, located on North Main Avenue in West Scranton. Event organizer Joe Caviston said this will be the sixth emo night overall, but the second at the […]

King Arthur, knights bringing ‘Spamalot’ to Scranton

King Arthur, knights bringing ‘Spamalot’ to Scranton

SCRANTON — “Bravely bold Sir Robin rode forth from Camelot,” the troubadours sing, plucking their delicate instruments in a memorable scene from “Monty Python’s Spamalot.” “Oh brave Sir Robin, he was not at all afraid,” they continue. But soon their extravagant praise turns into list of dreadful possibilities. From broken elbows and split kneecaps to […]

‘The Knox Mine Disaster – The End of Anthracite’ premiere screening slated for Jan. 22

‘The Knox Mine Disaster – The End of Anthracite’ premiere screening slated for Jan. 22

WILKES-BARRE – Sixty years ago, our ancestors were digging deep in the mines of Northeastern Pennsylvania, until the water came rushing in. The Knox Mine Disaster of January, 1959, was an unprecedented local catastrophe – one that took the lives of 12 men and 5,000 jobs overnight, bringing hard coal mining in the Wyoming Valley […]

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