Do you know those 12-foot tall skeletons everyone was taking pictures of last fall? Well, we’re assuming they’ll be back with a vengance this season and we’re trying to put together a list of them throughout the Lehigh Valley.
If you’re interested in potentially being part of what we’re calling our “12-Foot Tall Skeleton Holiday Tour” then please fill out the form below.
If there are enough out there, we’ll put together a self guided driving tour where you can get your fill of these tall weird yard ornaments.
Join us as we broadcast live from Musikfest 2021 brought to you by Service Electric Cable TV!
We’ll be LIVE on location from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. bringing you the best bands to see, best foods to eat, celebrity and non-celebrity guests, and probably some unexpected surprises. We’ll also have some live music, giveaways, the chance for you to get on the stream, AND look-ins with our beer tent and food correspondents as they give us updates from the ‘Fest.
We’re ALSO excited to have The Arc of Lehigh and Northampton Counties as our featured non-profit partner. Representatives will be on hand at 11 a.m. to speak about their organization.
Start your Musikfest 2021 with us! More info coming as we get closer! #ThanksMusikfest
Stream on your favorite platform by visiting this link: https://linktr.ee/lvwithlove
A big delicious thank you to HOEM Kitchen for dinner!! Hoem Kitchen is a new Lehigh Valley meal delivery service started by Mike Slaski and Danny Adams. Longtime friends and now business partners, they have been cooking and serving the Lehigh Valley for decades.
Now with HOEM Kitchen, they are collaborating to bring these skills directly to your doorstep.
Lehigh Valley with Love Media, a boutique digital media company based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, recently won three state awards in the 2021 Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association (PenSPRA) “Excellence in Education Communication” contest via its work with the Bethlehem Area School District.
The PenSPRA Awards represent an annual Excellence In Education Communications Contest. Entries are accepted in a number of categories to reflect the scope of work often undertaken by communications professionals throughout the state of Pennsylvania.
Lehigh Valley with Love Media was involved in three of the The Bethlehem Area School District awards in the following categories and levels with links included.
Lehigh Valley with Love Media is a multi-award winning boutique digital media company. Specializing in social, video, and live media, Lehigh Valley with Love’s network reaches hundreds of thousands of people each month. The Lehigh Valley with Love Podcast was named “Best Podcast in the Lehigh Valley” by LV Style and has surpassed more than 2 million downloads. We’re committed to serving and promoting the Lehigh Valley through new media!
About The Pennsylvania School Public Relations Association (PenSPRA)
Chartered in 1969, PenSPRA is an organization of school public relations professionals whose goal is to improve educational communication and support student achievement through systematic, proactive, and responsible public relations programs.
From April 19 through May 31, 2021, Kulp Roofing and Construction, LLC encouraged local residents throughout eastern & southeastern Pennsylvania and the Poconos to nominate a family or individual in need of a roof replacement and gutter installation (including a leaf protection system) at no cost to the family.
Kulp representatives were proud to recently surprise the winner of the “Kulp Gives Back” promotion, Annamae Pavlik of Allentown.
“2020 was a difficult year as the pandemic impacted everyone in our community, including us,” said Ryan Hogan, Kulp Roofing & Construction, Inc. Sales and Marketing Manager. “Being a locally owned and operated company, we felt it was important to give back to the communities that support us. We discussed the idea in our management team meeting and said let’s give it a go.
“Kulp Gives Back” is made possible by partners GAF, Service Partners, Leaf Relief by PlyGem, Adams Outdoor, iHeart Media, Lehigh Valley with Love Media, and Sarott Design.
BETHLEHEM, PA – Social Music, the first all original full length album release by Pennsylvania six piece jazz band Ginger and The Schnappes, is about reconnecting with the power of song.
“Social music is listening to the stereo, the cassette player, the radio, the concert or a streaming device with others and experiencing the music together. “Shh, listen, this is my favorite part,” and now your favorite part becomes your friend’s favorite part,” said Ginger Brew, the band’s stylish chanteuse.
“Social music is shared. Was there ever a better expression of your love for someone then to hand them your personally curated mix-tape? “Here, share my universe with me.”
Social Music is engaging and sometimes indicative of the band’s Pennsylvania roots; take the song 309 for instance. It’s about all the quirky and fun places along PA Route 309 from Philadelphia to Tunkhannock. If you’re from around there you’ll know those stops and end up sharing your own stories of trips along that road.
Porters’ Pub recently visited Nello’s Speciality Meats in Nazareth, Pennsylvania to tour the facility and talk shop with Nello himself. Nello’s is a family-owned business specializing in Custom, and Retail processing of Beef, Bison, Boar, Lamb, Pork, Poultry, and more, in the Tri-state area of PA, NJ, and NY. Porter’s Pub has been doing business with Nello’s Speciality Meats (and you’ve probably had some of their products) since the early 1990s.
Go behind the scenes and learn a little bit more about Nello and his amazing 30 years in business. Thank you to Nello and Jan for their hospitality and for everyone at Nello’s Speciality Meats for helping to make Porters’ Pub proud to serve every meal we make!
Learn more at Nello’s Specialty Meats www.nellosmeats.com
Porters’ Pub | www.porterspubeaston.com
Lehigh Valley with Love | www.LehighValleywithLoveMedia.com | https://linktr.ee/lvwithlove
Starting on March 13, 2020, Lehigh Valley with Love went into lockdown along with much of the rest of the Lehigh Valley.
For a few months leading into summer we put together more than 100 videos with local restaurant owners, students, politicians, friends, and even some celebrities!
While the circumstances for this series weren’t exactly something we would have had in mind, we’re fortunate to have been able to speak with so many amazing people during a really weird time in all of our lives.
We are joined the Moravian Historical Society, the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles, and the National Museum of Industrial History to learn about pioneering female leaders and innovations that brought about changes during three centuries of Lehigh Valley history.
The 2020 Virtual Bethlehem City Christmas Tree Lighting, a Lehigh Valley with Love Media project, was recently featured in the LA Times.
The article highlighted Bethlehem and surrounding Lehigh Valley areas’ holiday fansticness. We’re beyond proud to have been a part of this project that showcases one of the most beautiful cities in the United States!
This year, however, things were a bit different. With social distancing measures in place at the Bethlehem Mounted Police Stables on Langhorne Ave, and a limited group, the Tree Toss went virtual this year, raising a record $2,690 for Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley.
While we couldn’t hold the Christmas Tree Toss in person this year, we were able to team up with More Miles Automotive and the Bethlehem Mounted Police Unit to throw a ceremonial toss as we continue to raise money for Turning Point of the Lehigh Valley.
Thank you to everyone involved in keeping this tradition alive.
PLEASE DONATE here: https://t.co/bHr4bBBFh3?amp=1 Help More Miles Automotive meet or exceed the amount that they raised last year, which was $1,800.
The money raised from this event helps us to continue provide our life-saving services for domestic intimate partner abuse survivors. Since the pandemic, we have seen a humongous increase in the need for our services – 24/7 helpline, emergency safe house shelter, empowerment counseling, and legal advocacy for PFA (Protection From Abuse) orders.