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MORE PHOTOS: Scott Marshall’s Concert for the Kids

So… it turns out that LVU Contributor Lisa Robinson took so many photos at Saturday night’s Concert for the Kids benefit for Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley and Lehigh Valley Health Network Children’s Hospital that we missed an entire folder’s worth on the SD card for the first post…

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Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week: May 28-June 3

Welcome to summertime!

The prime time of the year arrived in a big way this past weekend, with festivals, official openings, and more. Now, it continues with a particularly stacked weekend of programming that promises something for everybody.

Also, a new month begins on Friday. You know what that means!

Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!
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Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week: Dec. 25-31

Now that the gifts have been unwrapped and the egg nog has been consumed, we find ourselves smack in the middle of the final week of the year. One thing you’ll notice here is that there are no New Year’s Eve shows listed below. That’s because it deserves its own list, and that is coming a bit later in the week.

For now, let’s take a look at everything else going on, and let’s plan to finish strong!

Can’t-Miss Shows of the Week!

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PHOTOS: Roi and the Secret People at Steel Pub

My plan for Saturday night was always to head to Northampton’s Hammerhead Lounge. That’s where Signs of Madness and VICTIM would be performing Part 1 of their two-part No Remedy for Madness series, which will conclude this coming Friday in Atlantic City.

With a late start time, though, there was time for a pit stop.

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PHOTOS: Scott Marshall’s Rock & Breakaway from Pediatric Cancer Benefit

A beautiful day in South Bethlehem, just to the west of the Bethlehem Steel Blast Furnaces, provided a picture perfect atmosphere for Rock & Breakaway from Pediatric Cancer, a benefit organized at The Steel Pub by local singer-songwriter Scott Marshall in conjunction with Lehigh Valley Underground, the Greater Lehigh Valley Music Association, and Rocking the Valley.

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