Everybody's (barely) working for the weekend! Weekender staff, what do your two days of freedom this week have in store for you? Sarah: “Going to Atlanitc City. Going to win millions of dollars, email my notice then travel the world. Well, one can hope. See you on Monday.” Jeric: “Heading to Harrisburg for the weekend.” S
The weekend is almost here, thank God. Here's what we're up to this weekend. If you're out, come say, “Hey you!” Sarah: “I don't know, but it's going to involve lots of wine. Or liquor. Or both.” Jeric: “Seeing the MKTO show at the F.M. Kirby Center.” Sam: “I am going to Manayunk on Sunday for a food tru
WILKES-BARRE — Gordon Lightfoot will perform at the F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts this summer. On Sunday, August 2, the singer-songwriter will take to the stage and sing some of his hits over the past 50 years including “Early Morning Rain,” “If You Could Read My Mind,” “Carefree Highway” and &
Roll call! Weekender staff, what are you up to this weekend? Sarah: “It'$ $howtime! I'm $eeing Kat Graham. $uper excited to hear her $ing $a$$y!” Jeric: “Playing a show in the city with my band The Venetian Blindz. Check us out.” Sam: “I am going on a date with Tommy but it will probably get interrupted by Ri
“It's the freakin' weekend baby I'm about to have me some fun!” (Bounce, bounce, bounce…) Here's what we're up to this weekend. If you're out, come say, “Hey, you!” Sarah: “Bowling for a Cause with some coworkers on Saturday and then helping out with our Spelling Bee on Sunday at the Woodlands. Come by at 1 p.m.
Since I can remember, Easter at my childhood home stuck to tradition for years. Sunday began with an egg hunt. A trail of jelly beans would lead me from my bedroom to an empty Easter basket. With empty basket in hand, I searched high and low until it was filled with lots of goodies. Four hours later, we'd attend church (yes, I was an early
JIM THORPE — Visitors to Jim Thorpe could easily spend an entire day in the quaint village. Family-friendly activities abound, and gift shops tempt shoppers with all sorts of items, from homemade pickles to “I Love Lucy” and “Wizard of Oz” memorabilia. The same variety can describe Jim Thorpe's dining scene. You can g