Arts & Culture

1860’s Murder Mystery ‘Case of the Golden Spike’ visits the WK&S Line

Who stole 'The Golden Spike? The coveted Golden Spike scheduled to be driven into the ground on May 10, 1869 at a special ceremony...

Classic Cars Take Over Boyertown for Duryea Day

Classic car, truck and motorcycle enthusiasts from around the region gathered in Boyertown Community Park Saturday for the 51st annual Duryea Day Car Show...

Local Artist Ed Terrell brings 3D Street Art to Reading

When Ed Terrell looks at the streets of Reading he doesn't see broken up pavement or overgrown weeds, he sees an opportunity to inspire. In his...

The Steam Age Lives on in Kutztown

We sat down with James Schlegel, Chairman of the Kutztown Transportation Authority to talk about the second year of running a steam engine on the...

Unique Human Powered Vehicles with Bob Swaim

Bob Swaim loves bicycles, but not just your average store bought bike, he collects a wide assortment of unique human powered machines. We caught...
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