Extra! Extra! Printing is Back in Town!

For a city as rich in history as Bethlehem is, you would think that there would be multiple museums across town. Consider this a shameless plug, but my side summer job working as an intern at the National Museum of Industrial History, has made me realize that the NMIH should be on the top of…

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Better Days Will Come: A Chat with Albert Negron III

Anyone who has visited the Southside of Bethlehem knows that the area takes art very much to heart. At practically every corner is a distinct, fiery-colored planter that consists of elements of Bethlehem. And lest we forget, drivers and passersby alike can now enjoy the recently completed murals located near the New Street Bridge and…

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“Out to Lunch” Concert Series: Kara Hartzell

Hidden Gems July 6th was a glum, overcast Friday afternoon–the kind where people would usually retreat inside their air-conditioned homes. Some loyal music-lovers, however, emerged from their shelters and went out on the town to General Zapata’s on East 4th Street to listen to some beautiful, acoustic covers of their favorite hits and to feast…

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