I didn’t know much about Uriah Heep heading into Tuesday night. All I knew is that I signed up for a concert photography class through ArtsQuest, and that the “final exam” was the chance to photograph the band during their Musikfest Café performance that night.
On Friday night, Easton’s Colonial Pizza and Spaghetti celebrated Valentine’s weekend adorned in shades of red… and black.
Last year, I didn’t have the chance to attend Touchstone Theatre’s Jakopa Punch Bowl. Lisa filled in for me and did a fantastic job, but I was bummed that I couldn’t make it, because it sounded like an interesting event and a great time.
I was right. Last night’s installment of the event was nothing short of fantastic.
Friday night was Mardi Crawl time in South Bethlehem!
American Legion Post 470 in Bath Township was packed with local residents and music supporters throughout the day and into the evening on Saturday, as local man Matt Billy held his “Double Nickel” birthday celebration in support of the Wounded Warrior Project and Dreams Come True.
On Saturday night, Easton’s One Centre Square played host to “A Night in the Valley,” a hip hop and art showcase put on by local creative platform, Supreme Legends.
What a truly Spectacular evening!
Two years. More than 1,100 articles. 2,000+ Facebook followers. Hundreds upon hundreds, upon thousands of photos. Independent musicians featured of every genre, near and far.
And that’s just the online stuff.
A late Thursday night at The Funhouse in South Bethlehem officially opened us up to the world of The Stray Seeds.
On Tuesday night, we returned to Allentown’s Jetport Bar & Lounge after a lengthy absence to catch our first glimpse of an emerging artist.