The following (after the foreword) is a conversation with Lehigh Valley with Love Founder George Wacker about the organization’s rise from an anonymous satire blog, to a prominent multimedia organization in our region.
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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.
Our dear friends at Lehigh Valley with Love have been around a minute. Actually, they’ve been around for however many minutes go into 10 years. According to Rent, that’s 525,600 times ten, plus some extra to account for at least a couple of leap years in there. That’s literally millions of minutes, people.
At any rate, George Wacker and Co. have a decade’s worth of serving up the Valley’s most bizarre happenings to celebrate, and they’ll be doing that in style on Thursday, June 14 at SteelStacks.
With spring right around the corner, it’s time to start giving serious thought about the ever-approaching 35th annual edition of Musikfest.
And, if your a comedian, that means applying to perform during the second annual Lehigh Valley with Love Comedyplatz.
Lehigh Valley with Love is bringing more laughter to The Ice House on Thursday, March 1 – the first event in a new, four-part series of comedy fundraisers.
South Bethlehem’s Touchstone Theatre is teaming up with Rockville, MD-based Happenstance Theater to host the latter’s original production, BrouHaHa.
With the holiday season now in full swing throughout Christmas City, Touchstone Theatre is set to begin another year of its South Bethlehem tradition.
Tyler Rothrock, the Nazareth-bred, New York City-based comedian who recorded his upcoming debut album, “Tyler of Nazareth,” at SteelStacks earlier this year, will return to the ArtsQuest Center for the album’s official release party on Thursday, November 2.
Our friends and WLVU: The Sound of The Underground colleagues Tape Swap Radio are quite the respected entity in the local DIY community. Not only does their show broadcast on our fine station and on WDIY 88.1 FM, but they’re well-renowned for their periodical live indie showcases throughout the Lehigh Valley.
Like the weather, the music scene plans to stay hot this week, with another weekend festival highlighting the action.
Take a look at what’s in store, ladies and gentlemen, as we ride into the (presumably) colder months with these…