A new day Scranton Tomorrow celebrating 25th anniversary with party

If Scranton looks different than it did 25 years ago, Scranton Tomorrow has something to do with that. The nonprofit group — which partners with organizations, businesses and volunteers throughout the city to work as a catalyst for change — celebrates its silver...

Fab 5 – May 17, 2018

1. Montrose Chocolate & Wine Festival Get ready for a day of indulgence. Montrose will host its 11th annual Chocolate & Wine Festival on Saturday, May 19, from 2:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Chestnut Street. Numerous regional wineries, vendors and businesses will descend on the...

Righteous babe – Ani DiFranco brings politically charged music to Kirby Center

Apathy never suited musician and feminist icon Ani DiFranco. From the moment she decided to enter the music industry as a teenager, she felt confident about what she didn’t want as an artist. “I just had big ideas when I was a little person; one of them was that big...

Lyrical Legend- ‘Beautiful — The Carole King Musical’ tells songstress’ story

Carole King and Gerry Goffin impacted the musical landscape with their creative genius, a story that lives on in a Broadway show coming to Scranton next week. “Beautiful — The Carole King Musical” takes over Scranton Cultural Center at The Masonic Temple, 420 N....
Concerts – May 10, 2018

Concerts – May 10, 2018

F.M. Kirby Center, Wilkes-Barre Tickets: 570-826-1100 Ani DiFranco, Friday, May 11 The New York Bee Gees, Saturday, May 12 Montgomery Gentry, Friday, May 18 Guitars and Stars, Tuesday, May 22 Dustin Douglas & the Electric Gentlemen, Saturday, June 2 Joe Nardone...

Sounds – May 10, 2018

Sounds – May 10, 2018

TOP OF THE (OTHER) POPS THE FRATELLIS — ‘In Your Own Sweet Time’ THE GOOD: Scottish indie pop/rock outfit the Fratellis releases its fifth. THE BAD: Here in the United States, these guys had two massive indie hits — “Flathead” and “Chelsea Dagger.” But that was over...

Up Close & Personal – Melissa Carestia

Up Close & Personal – Melissa Carestia

Melissa Carestia is an art enthusiast working to grow the Scranton arts community. A native of Leonardo, New Jersey, she graduated from Keystone College with a degree in visual art and concentrations in photography, print making and book arts, and she is pursuing a...