If you’re not familiar with Vine, it might be too late. The social media platform that specializes in six second looped clips, and has spawned a gaggle of internet celebrities, has announced that it will be closing in the coming months.
We were asked by Philadelphia Row Home Magazine to describe what makes Bethlehem the quintessential Christmas City for their Fall 2016 Issue. More than honored, but also more than ready to share what we love about Bethlehem, we set to describing Chistkindlmarkt, Christmas City Village, city tours, and some of the best holiday shopping you can imagine.
Lehigh Valley with Love Media was honored to be asked to speak at Northampton Community College’s Mocktails Networking & Etiquitte Dinner on October 18 on their Bethlehem Campus.
By Angelo Fattore, LVWL Intern
On a rainy overcast afternoon ArtsQuest’s Oktoberfest kicked into full gear, lederhosens and all. As the Yuengling began to flow so did the real competition start, a competition that would separate the winners from the losers, the Raven One to One Media Oktoberfest Celebrity Skill Challenge (ROTOMOCSC for short)!
The seven team pool had representatives from Service Electric, iHeartMedia, Morning Call, Raven One to One, Two Rivers Roller Derby, and yours truly Lehigh Valley with Love.
Whether you use Twitter to share information about your businesses’ upcoming events, show off your latest products, or even to broadcast live, you’ll now be able to do more with 140 characters.
The 140 character limit has been the hallmark of Twitter’s appeal, but also sometimes a downfall when you’re trying to share images, links, or replying to a decent amount of other accounts. Thankfully, Twitter recognized some of the drawback to being a bit too stringent on the 140 limit and has made a few changes.
The following will now change: