Daily Archive: May 28, 2022

Wonderball: Past to FUTURE

For the past eight years, Wonderball has been known for bringing light back into the city after all the winter holidays have passed and the cold is still months away from being over. My first time attending as a volunteer was around 2018 and my eyes were so big! I had so many questions but I just enjoyed all the vibes, all the fashion, music and cocktails of course. But here we are in 2022 and I finally got to ask those questions I had from back when. Let’s take it back to 2015 when Wonderball began.

Wonderball 2015

Wonderball 2015

Question:

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Millvale music festival brings thousands out despite heat

HEY CHANDY. DEFINITELY IS A HOT ONE. WE LOOK AROUND WE SEE A LOT OF WATER BOTTLES. I NOTICED ACTUALLY SOME PEOPLE EAR KIND OF USING THESE BUILDINGS TO THEIR ADVANTAGE KIND OF PARKING IT THERE TO GET SOME SHADE. LUCKILY. WE HAVE A NICE CLOUD OVER US RIGHT NOW, BUT PEOPLE TELL ME HERE DESPITE THE HEAT THERE’S HAPPY TO BE OUTSIDE EMBRACING THAT SUN AND SOME LIVE MUSIC. A COLD DRINK ON A HOT DAY. HOW MANY ARE BEATING THE HEAT THIS SUMMER SATURDAY? DO YOU TNKHI IT’S REALLY HOT OUT? YEAH, BUT IT’S AOLS LIKE A NICE … Read More

Morristown National Historical Park uses photography to celebrate history, reintroduce for the future

Morristown National Historical Park’s 90th anniversary is next year, and the park is using art to both celebrate that history and reintroduce the park to new audiences.

The park was the first designated national historical park in the country. It preserves and commemorates the 1779-1780 winter encampment of Gen. George Washington’s Continental Army in Morristown.

Photograph courtesy of Xiomaro
Photograph courtesy of Xiomaro

The National Park Service commissioned photographer Xiomaro to create fine art photographs of the park’s key features: The Ford Mansion, Jockey Hollow and the Cross Estate

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