Fall is here, and with it comes several attractions that can be found throughout the Greater Lehigh Valley.
The Peach Music Festival at Montage Mountain in Scranton showcased heavy jams this past weekend as headliners Widespread Panic, My Morning Jacket, Govt. Mule & Friends and a tribute to the late Allman Brothers Band members Gregg Allman and Butch...
The past five years, Montage Mountain near Scranton has been home to the Peach Music Festival, which quickly built a strong reputation and became one of the “must attend” summer musical gatherings in the mid-Atlantic.
Since its inception in 1968 in London, progressive rock icon King Crimson has made waves in the music industry, best known for its instrumentation and complex song structure encompassing genres of jazz, classical and experimental music.
Festivals are a mainstream attraction these days, encompassing a variety of music and food to wine tastings and more.
The second annual Food Truck Border Brawl returns to SteelStacks in Bethlehem this Saturday when 20 Pennsylvania and New Jersey food vendors compete to win the crown of best overall food truck.
Spring has finally arrived. The trees are in full bloom, the warm air is sweeping across the region and most of us are gearing up for outdoor activities. And if you're anything like me and have a green thumb, you're eager to get out in your garden...
You probably know him best from his nine-year stint as a cast member of “Saturday Night Live.” Or maybe from his role in “Weeds,” the hit Showtime series.
You might know him best from comedy series The State, Ed, Tim and Eric Awesome Show, or Wet Hot American Summer. Or maybe from his multiple appearances on Celebrity Poker Showdown or his first children's book, “Chicken Cheeks,” in 2009.
When you hear the term bluegrass, it's easy for names such as Bill Monroe, Del McCoury, Doc Watson and Sam Bush, among many others, to first come to mind.
Singer-songwriter Ryan Montbleau might not be a name that's familiar to all, but those who know him know that every one of his shows delivers something special. And for those of you who still might be in the dark … well, you might just want to...
Bluegrass music has roots in America dating to the 1950s, when Bill Monroe spearheaded what would become a staple of American music.