Accepting a donation from Dandy Mini Marts for the 2023 Susquehanna Summer Solstice Festival are Festival Committee member Brooks Eldredge-Martin (left) and BCRAC Executive Director Elaine Poost. Presenting the check for $1,000 are Dandy Marketing Director Paul Harkenrider (center), Dandy District Manager Brenda Victor (second from right), and Wysox DandyContinue Reading

Story by Rick Hiduk / Images by Studio K Atelier (Originally published in the North Branch Arts Trail Fall Magazine) Dushore area artist Karen Black, owner of Studio K Atelier, has been getting people outside on nice days this past year to take part in a new project called SilksContinue Reading

Irises rendered in oil by Karen Black and an a wire sculpture of a scorpion by Sean Murphy offer just a hint of the variety of artistic mediums that will be exhibited on May 29. Submitted Article and Images A Pop-up Art show will appear on Saturday, May 29 atContinue Reading

Submitted Article On June 6, Bradford County moved out of the Yellow Phase and into the new Green Phase. Businesses were allowed to reopen, some with few restrictive guidelines and others with more. Movie theaters were given the go-ahead as well. So, where are the movie theaters in Bradford County,Continue Reading

Wyoming County commissioners (seated, from left) Tom Henry, Rick Wilbur, and Ernie King signed a proclamation at their Jan. 14 meeting to kick off the’Wyoming County Reads’ program, an annual collaboration between the Tunkhannock Public Library and the Wyoming County Cultural Center, represented by (standing, from left) Kristin Smith-Gary, BillContinue Reading

Street-side diners at Twigs Cafe got an unexpected treat on Friday when the band QBALL (top) set up to entertain them and others coming to downtown Tunkhannock for Forth Friday. Just down Tioga Street, Eric Brocious (above, right) was making fans of his watercolor paintings, which are on display atContinue Reading

Some of the artists who will be participating in the Kitson Arts Alliance’s 2019 member show “North Branch of Heaven,” including, (from left row 1) Patrick Robinson, Amy Hoi-Ngan Hsiao, Alice Strauss, Betty Bryden, Rip Howard, Terry Proctor, Billy Brandenburg, Jayne Stevens; (row 2) Mathew Howell, Hank Fells, Morgan MarieContinue Reading

Kitson Arts Alliance members who greeted guests of an open house in Tunkhannock on Nov. 1 included (seated, from left) Amy Kaschak, Patrick Robinson, Betty Bryden, Ava Riley, Dan Tompkins, Betsy Green, (Standing) Gary Kaschak, Hank Fells, Diana Burridge, Gayle Ruckstuhl, and Sue Palackas. The Kitson Arts Alliance (KAA), whichContinue Reading