Sunday, October 26, 2014

Blog Fest is this Thursday, October 30


Blog Fest is coming! 

Northeastern Pennsylvania Bloggers will be hosting the 9th semi-annual Blogfest, Thursday October 30th at The Red Mill, 340 S. Main St., Pittston, PA starting at 6PM. This is an informal gathering of bloggers, candidates for office, elected officials and anyone interested in politics or blogging. There is no charge for admission. For more information please visit http://gort42.blogspot.com/, http://nepablogs.org/, http://www.pittstonpolitics.com/ or call 570-823-4508.

Since its inception, Blogfest has been described as the best political event of the season. No speeches are allowed and the rule is agree to disagree but don't be disagreeable. Many local and statewide candidates will be attending.

RSVP on Facebook.

Thursday, October 23, 2014

About the header image: October 22, 2014


Our first submitted header image in a very long time comes from Nicole Karr of the Springbrook Shop and Studio (http://SpringhouseWoodshop.com) and depicts the annual Benton Fly-in in Benton, PA, which took place on October 18. Nicole has posted more great photos here.

We LOVE photo submissions. NEPA is filled with great photographers and great photo ops. Grab some images and send them to us at nepablogs@gmail.com so we can use them as the image header and show all of NEPA your skills!!

Monday, October 06, 2014

Blog of the Week on hold (for now)

Due to scheduling issues, I will be unable to get to WBRE to do new episodes of the Blog of the Week for PA Live! Dave Kuharchik has told me that he will re-run old episodes until we have a chance to start doing new ones.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Uncovering PA

NOTE: Due to a scheduling conflict, this Blog of the Week segment did not air on September 23. It has been rescheduled to air on September 30.

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Uncovering PA (http://uncoveringpa.com/).

Uncovering PA is a travel blog covering all of Pennsylvania, by Jim Cheney. Unbiased, unrestrained, honest travel reviews without a hidden agenda. A great resource for helping folks in NEPA discover the hidden treasures scattered throughout the state, since August 2013.


If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Sunday, September 21, 2014

The Happiness Blogger

From the NEPA Blogs mailbag:

Hello, 

I would love to be added to your list.  I found your site through the NEPA Blog Con website, I am a blogger in NEPA... My site is thehappinessblogger.com

Please let me know how what steps I should take to be added.

Thank you,

Michelle Westbrook

Getting added is easy: you just submit your blog (or someone else submits it, or Michelle or I just sort-of find out about it), we put it through our stringent qualification tests (by someone who is from NEPA, or lives or lived in NEPA, or is blogging about NEPA, or has a a blog based out of NEPA), and then we do a little write-up and add it to the sidebar lists.

Eventually.

Both Michelle and I have been up to all sorts of non-NEPA Blogs stuff lately (including, in Michelle's case, the third annual NEPA BlogCon, which she organizes and runs with several other leading regional bloggers, and is coming up on October 11 at Misericordia University, and you totally totally should go to), and the posting of new blogs (as well as the purging of defunct blogs) has been lagging, a lot. We've got a huge backlog. I'm trying to post at least one new blog a week, and even that takes effort. On the plus side, several of the blogs that were submitted but were never posted have folded in the meanwhile, so at least we didn't go through the trouble of posting things which weren't destined to stick around - unless, of course, our failure to post is what caused these blogs to fold, in which case I feel absolutely awful.

This one is still around. Check it out! From the About page:

This blog is my way of reaching out to fellow happiness seekers in hopes of building a community of amazingly happy people! I don’t have all of the answers but I have made the decision to make happiness a priority in my life (because who wants to be unhappy?)

The Happiness Blogger
http://thehappinessblogger.com/


Tuesday, September 16, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Highway 81 Revisited

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Highway 81 Revisited (http://highway81revisited.com/).

Since March 2011, this Scranton-based blog has played on a national stage with news, reviews, and interviews about all aspects of music.  Highway 81 Revisited doesn't shy away from its Northeastern Pennsylvania roots, and celebrates them in its title. But at the sane time, the quality and quantity of material presented puts it right up there with the best national music blogs. If you're interested in music in NEPA and throughout the nation and around the world, check out Highway 81 Revisited!


If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Sunday, September 14, 2014

And What I Ate

From the NEPA Blogs mailbag:

Hi - I came across your blog and wanted to send you the link to my own!  Thanks for some of your reccos, I've added a couple new favorites to my reading rotation.

My blog is www.andwhatiate.com - it's mainly recipes, but also some personal posts and travel. I've gotten really into cooking over the last few years and this has been a pretty fun project. Plus, I get to track the Google Analytics and see where everyone is coming from (over 150 countries and all 7 continents!) which totally appeals to my inner nerd.

Let me know if you have questions - keep up the good work!

And What I Ate (http://www.andwhatiate.com/) is a food blog by self-described "foodie, yoga enthusiast, reader, writer, runner & music lover with just a little wanderlust" Westyn Lane, who describes the blog as "mainly (happily, but accidentally) gluten-free, and has an emphasis on healthy & local/organic cooking, " It's also full of photos of food and food prep (it turns out color coordination and accessorization is crucial in the making of blueberry pancakes!) If you enjoy good food, this is a blog you need to check out!

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Unsane Beyond Sanity

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Unsane Beyond Sanity by Koral Dawn (http://theunsanity.wordpress.com/).

Unsane Beyond Sanity is Koral Dawn's personal blog about geekdom, personal adventures, photography, hockey, and whatever else she feels like! Koral has a broad range of interests and passions, and her blog allows her to shine a spotlight on each of them. Having a personal blog is like having a magazine where you are the writer, the editor, and get to make all the creative and content decisions - and then present it all free of charge to anyone, anywhere who would care to look. Personal blogging takes a lot of effort and a lot of courage, and Koral displays both on her blog. In an era where ephemeral media like Twitter and Facebook have commandeered both the attention of readers and the efforts of bloggers, it's wonderful to have someone like Koral doing the work necessary to produce a blog like Unsane Beyond Sanity .



If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

NEPA Scene

The Vintage Theater in Scranton closed its doors for good this past weekend. But before it did it hosted one last event, a party celebrating everything The Vintage meant to anyone who took advantage of the wonderful things it had to offer. I first got involved with The Vintage through the Bloggers' Roundtable back in September 2011, at the invitation of Rich Howells. So it was fitting that I found myself in The Vintage this past Saturday evening talking with Rich Howells in the final hours of the place's existence.

We reminisced a bit, but eventually the conversation turned to a new project of his that was just about ready to launch, a site called NEPA Scene that would bring together blog posts, web postings, and original material into one central site that would present every facet of arts, music, entertainment, and other happenings throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania. That site has now gone live!

NEPA Scene
www.nepascene.com
also on
facebook.com/nepascene
twitter.com/nepascene
youtube.com/nepascene
instagram.com/nepascene

From the "About" page:

NEPA Scene covers everything from music and movies to food and books, with an emphasis on artists and entertainers located in or traveling through Northeastern Pennsylvania, though its coverage area extends to Philadelphia, New York, and New Jersey. Instead of simply reporting on creative people, the site also works directly with them to share content and spread the word about everything that’s happening in Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, and beyond.

Looking for something to do? Wondering what's going on or coming up? Check out NEPA Scene!


Tuesday, September 02, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Brittanibus

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Brittanibus (http://brittanibus.blogspot.com/).

Brittany is a talented, creative woman who was born in Michigan but now lives in Northeastern Pennsylvania. On her blog, Brittanibus, she blogs about crafts and DIY, adventures in personal style, and starting her own creative business - as well as the massive creative endeavor of planning her own wedding! Her blog is a place to visit to get inspiration for your own projects, or just to be amazed at the wonderful things she posts. Whether you are looking to exercise your creativity or just hoping to escape the humdrum everyday world for a little while, Brittanibus is a great place to visit!


If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Fit and Strong for 30

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Fit and Strong for 30 (http://fitandstrong30.wordpress.com/).

Getting in shape is a worthwhile goal at any age - and Fit and Strong for 30  raises the stakes a little higher!  This is a blog all about Alison M. trying to achieve a healthy weight and adopt a healthy lifestyle before her 30th birthday. Can she achieve this goal? And what will she learn about herself along the way? Read Fit and Strong for 30  and find out!


If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Bike NEPA

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Bike NEPA (http://bikenepa.com/).

Despite the hills, the mountains, and the heavily-trafficked, pothole-strewn roads, bicycle riding remains very popular in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Bike NEPA is a blog for the bicycle riders of NEPA, and is filled with news and information both for those who pedal the landscape of NEPA. Bike NEPA is an excellent resource both for experienced bicyclists as well as those who are just thinking about striking out on two human-powered wheels.


If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Monday, August 18, 2014

About the header image: August 13, 2014













The header image for Tuesday, August 12 is of the stage of the Vintage Theater (aka the Vintage) at 326 Spruce Street in Scranton, on the ground floor of the old Hotel Jermyn. The Vintage, the site of countless theatrical, literary, musical, and artistic exhibitions - including numerous events mentioned on NEPA Blogs - will be closing its doors for good after its final event, a goodbye party on August 30, 2014.

I have written about my personal history with the Vintage here. The Vintage is posting information to its Facebook page, as well as a special event page for the goodbye party. And the Vintage is going down swinging: there are several events scheduled before the farewell party. You can see a list here.

So: plan on being at the goodbye party on August 30 at 6:00 to show your appreciation for all the Vintage has given to NEPA. And try to make a few of the events before then! On August 31, it will be too late.


Send in your header photos to nepablogs@gmail.com.



Tuesday, August 12, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Suheiry

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is  Suheiry (www.suheiry.com/.)

A personal lifestyle blog from Suheiry. Food, flowers, fashion, and much more!




If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Wednesday, August 06, 2014

About the header image: August 6, 2014




















Oh, no! It's the beginning of August, and that means Summer is almost over! What do you have left to accomplish on your Summer to-do list? Take in a baseball game? Go to the shore? Maybe visit a zoo? Fortunately, Northeastern Pennsylvania has its very own zoo. Claws 'n' Paws Wild Animal Park in Lake Ariel features animals from all over the world, and unless you've got some very expensive travel planned for faraway places, this may be your only opportunity to see some of these animals up-close and in person. Whether you're concerned with the conservation of these animals in their natural habitats or just want to see how long a giraffe's tongue really is (it's really, really long), a zoo like Claws 'n' Paws provides an opportunity to connect with wildlife in ways that isn't possible just by reading about them or looking at pictures.


Do you have a photo you'd like to see featured as the NEPA Blogs header? Send it to us at nepablogs@gmail.com.

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Bike NEPA

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Bike NEPA (http://bikenepa.com/).

Despite the hills, the mountains, and the heavily-trafficked, pothole-strewn roads, bicycle riding remains extremely popular in Northeastern Pennsylvania.  Bike NEPA is a blog for the bicycle riders of NEPA. It's all about bicycle riding in Northeastern Pennsylvania, and filled with news and information for those who pedal the landscape of NEPA. Bike NEPA is an excellent resource for active bicyclists as well as those curious about starting to take to the NEPA roads on a bicycle!


If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Posts from the Fringe

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Posts from the Fringe (http://postsfromthefringe.blogspot.com/).

Writer and observer of the human condition James M. O'Meara blogs about whatever comes to mind. While he has participated in the favorite full-contact sport in Northeastern Pennsylvania - politics - he has always maintained both a rational mind and a great sense of humor. Posts from the Fringe is sometimes serious, sometimes introspective, and sometimes hysterically funny, but it is always an excellent reflection of its author. Since June 2011.



If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

About the header image: July 30, 2014


Last October I decided to go out and photograph the sunset from the Nanticoke - West Nanticoke bridge over the Susquehanna River. The sunset was nothing spectacular, but I realized that Venus would be showing up low in the West as twilight turned to dusk. (It's visible in this image, though just barely - nearly dead center, to the left of the central vertical girder, to the right of the fourth rivet from the bottom in the big girder.) In trying to capture Venus, I accidentally captured something beautiful as the sodium vapor lights caused the white-painted girders to show up in a false deep rust color, in sharp contrast to the sunset colors of the sky.

If you have a photo you'd like to see used as the NEPA Blogs header, send it to us at nepablogs@gmail.com. Thanks!

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Running the Poconos

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Running the Poconos  (http://blogs.thepoconos.com/running-the-poconos/).

Since January 2013, Ed Hasker has blogged about running throughout the Poconos for the Pocono Record at the online site blogs.thepoconos.com. His writing takes us on a journey through the Poconos from the point of view of a runner. Whether you're a runner, are interested in running, or are interested in seeing the Poconos in a whole new light, you'll find something fascinating in his blog, Running the Poconos!



If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

About the header image, July 23, 2014


A broken washing machine meant a few trips to the laundromat. I decided to use to one near the Tractor Supply on the Sans Souci Parkway in Hanover Township. I noticed that the parking lot there had a nice view of the western sky, so I timed one of my visits to coincide with sunset. This particular sunset featured colors that were subdued rather than spectacular, but it still made for some pretty pictures.

There was actually quite a bit going on in the sky at the time. Here's a photo from a few minutes earlier:



If you have a photo you'd like us to use as the NEPA Blogs header image, please send it to us at nepablogs@gmail.com.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Independent NEPA

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Independent NEPA  (http://independentnepa.com/component/content/frontpage).

"Print is dead," Harold Ramis's character announced in an oddly jarring and out-of-place line in 1984's Ghostbusters. Thirty years later, print is still with us. (Harold Ramis, sadly, is not; he passed away a few months ago.) In many cases, print survives by keeping one foot in the online world, creating a web presence that complements and is complemented by its print counterpart.

Independent NEPA is Northeastern Pennsylvania's independent magazine, available free of charge at many locations. You may have picked up a copy in a waiting room somewhere, or sought out a copy featuring people or events in NEPA that are important to you. 
Independent NEPA is the online counterpart to the magazine, presenting - in blog form - some of the content contained in the magazine. It's an excellent way of referencing information from past editions, or finding out about articles in the current edition and getting an incentive to seek out a hard copy.  (Coincidentally, the top article as I write this is a piece called "Print is not dead.")

If you'd like to see a great, locally-produced, independent magazine featuring articles by and about folks from Northeastern Pennsylvania, pick up a copy of Independent PA. If you'd like to see what this magazine is all about, check out their blog, Independent NEPA.



If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

About the header image, July 16, 2014


This past weekend's "Supermoon" was only marginally brighter and larger than last month's full moon, and next month's will be even bigger and brighter, but it would take some doing to detect the difference visually. Still, that didn't stop a lot of people from trying to see the difference. I got a few good pictures of the moon, just as I try to do every evening that there's a visible moon. But I had to shoot fast, in between huge banks of clouds drifting across the sky. I took the shot above in a fit of exasperation, trying to document what I was up against. I looked at the result and realized it looked pretty good anyway!


If you have a photo you'd like to see used as a header, send it to nepablogs@gmail.com.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Reflections on a Lifetime in the Classroom

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Reflections on a Lifetime in the Classroom
(http://www.mister-nick.com/_public_html/Blog/Blog.html)

Award-winning educator Leslie Nicholas of Kingston blogs about his experiences in the classroom. After a lifetime of teaching, he's seen a lot and learned quite a bit. Through his blog he's sharing his accumulated wisdom with students, fellow teachers, parents, and anyone else who cares to read!



If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Past headers, Part 2

We've been changing the headers on NEPA Blogs at least once a week since May 2011. That's added up to a lot of header images in the Past headers post. Maybe too many! The past few times I tried posting headers there, it was all wonky. So I'm starting a second post to showcase the next three years or so of headers. Enjoy!


May 7, 2014
May 14, 2014
May 21, 2014
May 28, 2014
June 4, 2014
June 11, 2014
June 18, 2014
June 25, 2014
July 2, 2014
July 9, 2014
July 16, 2014
July 23, 2014

July 30, 2014
August 6, 2014
August 13, 2014
August 20, 2014
August 27, 2014
September 3, 2014
September 10, 2014
September 17, 2014

September 24, 2014

October 1, 2014

October 8, 2014
October 15, 2014

October 22, 2014

October 29, 2014


PA Live! Blog of the Week: NEPA BlogCon blog

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is the NEPA BlogCon blog (
http://nepablogcon.com/blog/)

This is a blog for the NEPA BlogCon, the annual day-long conference for bloggers from Northeastern Pennsylvania and beyond. It is the work of a quartet of leading NEPA bloggers who have built this up from an idea floated at a gathering of bloggers to a major sponsored event. Past installments of the NEPA BlogCon have featured informative presentations and workshops led by people active in the NEPA blogging community as well as bloggers from across the country.  

The NEPA BlogCon blog is designed to keep you up to date with events leading up to the NEPA BlogCon and to give you access to information presented in previous BlogCons. It also lets you know about things associated with the BlogCon, as well as organizations that are benefiting from the BlogCon.

The third edition of the NEPA BlogCon is coming up on October 11, 2014 at Misericordia University. If you have been to past versions you know how informative and useful they have been - and how much fun everyone has had there. If you've never been, the NEPA BlogCon blog is a great way to see everything the event has to offer. Check it out, and then pencil it in for the second Saturday in October!



If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: The Lake Region Something


NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is The Lake Region Something (http://lakeregion.blogspot.com/)

Musings and meanderings in the Lake Wallenpaupack and Honesdale region of the Poconos, by blogger and tax preparer Robert D. Flach. Since September 2013.


If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Colin Devroe


NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Colin Devroe (http://cdevroe.com/)

In today's world, business cannot live without technology, and many facets of technological innovation are driven by the needs of business Colin Devroe is a self-titled blog about the intersection of technology and business, written by someone deeply immersed in both. But this blog is about much more than that: it also features entries on art, writing, kayaking, family. Read it for the business articles, the technology posts, or all the wonderful other things that Colin posts about, and you will soon find yourself carried away by all the wonderful entries on the blog Colin Devroe!



If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

PA Live! Blog of the Week: Pennsylvania Haunts and History

NEPA Blogs will be presenting the "Blog of the Week" on WBRE's PA Live! every Tuesday. PA Live! airs weekday afternoons on WBRE from 4:00 to 5:00.


Our PA Live! Blog of the Week this week is Pennsylvania Haunts and History

Pennsylvania is a state with a long and sometimes tragic history. Along the way it has accumulated a number of places that some people think are haunted, or bear the aftereffects of the events that took place there.  Pennsylvania Haunts and History is a blog all about those places, in NEPA and beyond. It's full of accounts of visits to these places, as well as information on how to visit them yourself. Some are open to the public. Others are a bit more off the beaten path. Whether you prefer doing your investigation of haunted places with a flashlight or a laptop - or even both at the same time - Pennsylvania Haunts and History is a site that you will find fascinating. Creepy stories, haunted places, and spookiness of all sorts since October 2007.

Blogs are a great way to showcase the unique aspects of a region. Pennsylvania Haunts and History focuses on the spooky and supernatural, but there's a lot more to Northeastern Pennsylvania than just that. If you happen to know a lot about some facet of NEPA, why not blog about it and share your knowledge with the world!


If you have a blog you would like us to link on NEPA Blogs, or know of a blog you think we should link, please let us know! You can always drop us a line at nepablogs@gmail.com!