Arts & Culture
The public will have a rare chance this weekend to tour a historic mansion in Bethlehem Township. It’s part of an effort to restore the building which is at the center of Housenick Memorial Park.
As political lines will be literally redrawn and vaccination efforts offer a possible turning point in the COVID-19 pandemic, Latinos in the commonwealth are looking to how they can ensure an equitable and just future.
Oktoberfest ushers bier, brats and polka music back to Bethlehem By Megan Frank October 1, 2021 For the next two weekends, Oktoberfest at the SteelStacks Campus is back. The event brings all things German from schnitzel to lederhosen to Bethlehem. The free outdoor festival is known for serving up authentic German food and beer. To […]
Shakespeare said ‘’all the world’s a stage’’ and for the next five days, the city of Bethlehem will be the stage for the annual Festival Unbound organized by Touchstone Theatre.
The Pennsylvania Latino Convention kicks off on Sept. 28 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Reading.