Christopher Holland — who on weekends plays banjo for The Boiled Owls — writes about arts and entertainment, including the business of A&E, in the Greater Lehigh Valley and beyond. Everyone needs to have a life outside of the office or the workplace, so turn here for recommendations, insights and more on the arts and entertainment scene.
I grew up in the '90s, but many times it still felt like the '70s with the amount of vinyl records that were perpetually spinning in my parents' living room.
The music scene is rapidly evolving. From mainstream pop to alternative folk, an endless stream of new bands is emerging and opening our ears to new sounds.
This year, you won’t have to leave the Greater Lehigh Valley to get the Times Square feeling of New Year’s Eve.
As an aspiring, self-taught photographer, I'm always looking at the world through the eye of a lens.
I've been an avid musician since I was about 14, playing relentlessly and developing in a form of art that I almost can't even put into words how powerful it can be.
It's that time of year when the weather cools, the sun sets earlier, the trees change colors … and our flip flops and tank tops get retired for the year.
Typically, I blog about arts and entertainment in the Lehigh Valley … but one thing that's always intrigued me is the depth of the universe.
Gearing up for its 11th year, the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail's Wine on the Mountain festival is making its way back to Penn's Peak in Jim Thorpe.