→ Franklin Hill Vineyards nearly out of first batch of hard cider | lehighvalleylive.com. The four types of apples used to make Franklin Hill's hard cider are sourced from neighboring Kachline Farms.
The museum, which is at 427 North New St., will now be open from 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays for free, officials from the Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites announced ...
Bethlehem history groups launch 'Steeples and Steel' tours | lehighvalleylive.com
→ Crowd learns to make 'honey wine' during Burnside Plantation demo, tasting | lehighvalleylive.com
→ Musikfest 2014: Fire dancers, dinosaurs highlight new attractions | lehighvalleylive.com
→ Bethlehem's Sun Inn hosting all-night Halloween ghost hunt - lehighvalleylive.com
→ Yuengling sponsorship to make Oktoberfest free, bigger | Lehigh Valley Business Craft brewers village will be new this year. Festival will be held Oct. 3-5 and 10-12. See the official website at artsquest.org/festivals/oktoberfest ...
→ Bethlehem Steel photographer has work logged in Library of Congress | lehighvalleylive.com You can see examples of some of the photos in the book: Inside Bethlehem Steel: The Final Quarter Century ...
→ History and mystery blend in Bethlehem-based novel "The Body in the Vat: Tales from the Tannery" - The Morning Call “The Body in the Vat: Tales from the Tannery” A novel ...
The event starts with a yoga session at 10 a.m., outside the 530 E. Third St. microdistillery and kitchen. Brunch will be available after the session, and cocktails with the ...
→ Wine Spectator Magazine lauds Lehigh Valley, Hunterdon County restaurants in international wine awards - lehighvalleylive.com
Foodstruck York to feature 50 food trucks, music, beer in September - FlipSidePA.com More than 50 food trucks and carts, local merchants, live music and beer are coming to Penn Park ...
→ Dutch Springs: Lehigh Valley Visions - YouTube
The new lighting -- while dimmer from some locations in Bethlehem -- highlight the blast furnaces as industrial artifacts instead of just flooding them with color, officials said. Source: Bethlehem Steel ...
→ Kid-friendly centers headed to mall at Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem | lehighvalleylive.com.
Photos: Food Truck Festival at Palmyra | Lebanon Daily News The Palmyra Area Business Association held the first Food Truck Festival on Saturday, May 9, 2015. Local vendors were on hand ...
5 delicious things to know about the 2015 Lehigh Valley Food & Wine Festival | lehighvalleylive.com 6th Annual Lehigh Valley Food & Wine Festival will be held June 12 - 14, ...
→ New Urban Street Art Festival to debut April 18 in Bethlehem The event, which is free, will feature more than 20 different artists and arts organizations representing everything from metal ...
→ Bethlehem's Sun Inn likely in line for a distillery - lehighvalleylive.com
→ Second distillery proposed on Bethlehem's South Side - lehighvalleylive.com
Franklin Hill Vineyards nearly out of first batch of hard cider
Looking for free family fun? Head to Bethlehem’s Kemerer Museum on Sundays
Bethlehem history groups launch ‘Steeples and Steel’ tours
Crowd learns to make ‘honey wine’ during Burnside Plantation demo, tasting
Musikfest 2014: Fire dancers, dinosaurs highlight new attractions
Bethlehem’s Sun Inn hosting all-night Halloween ghost hunt
Yuengling sponsorship to make Pennsylvania Dutch Themed Oktoberfest free, bigger
Bethlehem Steel photographer Peter Treiber has work logged in Library of Congress
History and mystery blend in Bethlehem-based novel “The Body in the Vat: Tales from the
Social Still Micro-Distillery & Kitchen to offer yoga, brunch (and cocktails)
Wine Spectator Magazine lauds Lehigh Valley restaurants in international wine awards
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VIDEO | Dutch Springs: Lehigh Valley Visions
Bethlehem Steel blast furnaces get new lighting design to show off architectural features
Kid-friendly centers headed to mall at Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem
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Local Links | May 12, 2015
New Urban Street Art Festival to debut April 18 in Bethlehem
Bethlehem’s Sun Inn likely in line for a distillery
Second distillery proposed on Bethlehem’s South Side