Pride Weekend Ends On A High Note

Crowds arrived early and stayed late to enjoy the day’s activities.

Following the June 25 Pride flag raising at town hall, events honoring the LGBTQ+ community continued on Saturday afternoon on the grounds of Samuel Staples Elementary School with outdoor games, photo ops and live Continue reading “Pride Weekend Ends On A High Note”

Amber Anchor Headlines Upcoming Concert on the Hill

Featuring Easton’s Own Dan Tressler

Amber Anchor, performing a Folk/Americana repertoire, will be hosted by Christ Church on Sunday, June 27, at Concerts on the Hill. Amber Anchor’s Dan Tressler and Jeff Smith blend their harmonious vocals with their extraordinary mastery of a Continue reading “Amber Anchor Headlines Upcoming Concert on the Hill”

Music in the Time of a Pandemic

Music is a vital part of our culture, since it is one of the most sacred forms of healing and storytelling. It is an important part of our everyday lives and has the ability to connect people of all ages and cultures.

Even though nothing can replace the energy exchanged between Continue reading “Music in the Time of a Pandemic”

Easton Front Porch: Coming Together During a Time of Social Distancing

Videos Spread Messages of Hope

There are times during this long staycation that are extremely challenging. Sometimes we are happy, sometimes stressed and feeling confined. We try to hold onto some of our regular routine, while being around the rest of our family 24/7, who are trying Continue reading “Easton Front Porch: Coming Together During a Time of Social Distancing”

CANCELLED: Shamrock Sunday: A St. Paddy’s Celebration at O’Greiser’s

Join us for some green fun and good luck on the Sunday before St. Paddy’s Day. Shamrock lattes, green bagels, Irish soda bread, corned beef & cabbage sandwiches, DIY Irish coffees, and live Irish music!

Entertainment by legendary Easton folk musician Dan Tressler from 1:30 – 3:30. Continue reading “CANCELLED: Shamrock Sunday: A St. Paddy’s Celebration at O’Greiser’s”

The Family Tressler

Easton Front Porch

The idea that you’re free if you buy everything that’s marketed to you is absurd. You’ve become free only when you begin to choose. Take it Continue reading “The Family Tressler”

Greiser’s Coffee & Market Celebrates First Anniversary

Dan Tressler entertains patrons outdoors during a summer social gathering at Greiser’s Coffee & Market.
— Nancy Doniger Photo

Greiser’s Store and Deli, at the intersection of Center and Westport roads, could be a Norman Rockwell Continue reading “Greiser’s Coffee & Market Celebrates First Anniversary”