One of our own is featured in Art Works, a section in the Fall 2018 edition of Fig Bethlehem highlighting creatives from the Bethlehem community.
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Those heading to Allentown ArtsFest in a couple weeks will have an opportunity at a hands-on music making experience, courtesy of our electronic cousins at 610 Underground.
On Sunday, we published an article full of lessons learned over the years of advocating for independent musicians. One of those lessons was to make sure all of your branded materials — including graphics — are clean and professional before rolling out promotions.
There are still plenty of looks we have to show you from around Musikfest before closing the book on this year’s festival for good.
In Easton, the local artist community has responded to help a friend in his time of need.
First Fridays in South Bethlehem now include a little something more for the late-night crowd.
Art comes to life this weekend on the SouthSide, when seven jury selected muralists will create original works on the South Bethlehem Greenway.
South Bethlehem’s Touchstone Theatre isn’t afraid to use satire to address controversy and make audiences think. Beginning on April 5 and continuing for two weekends, they’ll have another opportunity to do just that.
What’s red, weighs 250 pounds, is 15 foot in diameter and has appeared everywhere from London Bridge to the Eiffel Tower? This April, Bethlehem and the Lehigh Valley will find out as the RedBall Project makes its first appearance in the Northeastern United States.
Some rappers just need a beat. Some producers just need someone on the track.
Allentown’s Coffee House Without Limits asked, “What if we made that easier?”