Monday, March 11, 2013
Philadelphia brutalcore band Ladder Devils played a small show in Doylestown Saturday night with Carved Up, Psychic Teens and Heathen Reign.
It was a unique music experience Saturday night inside Siren Records in Doylestown, when four local bands played a small show inside the store. On the bill were Ladder Devils, from Philadelphia; Psychic Teens, from Philadelphia; Heathen Reign, from Philadelphia; and Carved Up, from Doylestown. Ladder Devils are signed to Brutal Panda Records. Psychic Teens are on the Golden Voyage Records label. Heathen Reign is comprised of members of Creepoid, Transistor Transistor, Orchid, Distress Signal, KTMWQ and BrainDead. Carved Up recently recently its album "Lights Out."
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Detroit speed rock band Against the Grain were joined by local bands Rough Justice, Clashing Plaid and Big Big Ammo Wednesday night in Lansdale
It's unusual to have a show on a Wednesday night in Lansdale, but it didn't stop the punk, speed rock and all around rock and roll fans from coming out to Third and Walnut Bar for a $7 show. Headliners Against the Grain, a Detroit, MI speed rock band, were joined by The Griswolds, Rough Justice, Clashing Plaid and Big Big Ammo. Check out the photo gallery for moments from Wednesday's concert and be sure to add your own.
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Lansdale Historical Society will present a second show of Mayor Mike DiNunzio's collection Dec. 17
It's always better the second time around. Lansdale Historical Society will feature the collectibles of Mayor Mike DiNunzio a second time on Dec. 17 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Jenkins Historic Complex. More than 400 area residents attended the Dec. 3 "Holidays at the Homestead" Open House that was a tribute to the late Lansdale mayor. The showing of the mayor's favorite things was planned as a one-day-only event, but due to popular demand, the society and the DiNunzio family agreed to open the doors again. Mayor Mike's collection includes clocks, model cars, cobbler's tools, railroad lanterns and paperweights from around the world. There is also countless other priceless memorabilia that Mayor Mike held in high regard.
Sunday, December 4, 2011
The public turned out en masse to view the collection of one of Lansdale's most cherished individuals. Plus, we finally find out about the history behind those bowties.
There was everything but the bowtie. More than 400 visitors got a glimpse into the private life Saturday of late Mayor Mike DiNunzio during a Lansdale Historical Society tribute to the life of DiNunzio. "They’ve been telling me it's one of the biggest and I've seen a lot of people come through," said DiNunzio's son, Mike DiNunzio Jr. "We’re very pleased with the fact that everybody has an interest." Lansdale Historical Society President Dick Shearer and historian Steve Moyer invited the DiNunzio family to show off Mayor Mike's collection to the public as part of its "Holidays at the Homestead" event. "They did a wonderful job," DiNunzio Jr. said. "They really put a lot of work into this and we really appreacite it." From a sampling of his …
Thursday, February 17, 2011
A look at the people at places doing the things they love (or hate)
This week's Viewfinder comes to us from reader Ashley Thomas, of Hatfield. Pictured are members of local band Rough Justice at last Saturday's punk rock show at the VFW on Second Street in Lansdale. Got some pictures to send us of people and places around town? E-mail email@example.com.