Kevin Stairiker is a features writer for Fly After 5. He is a graduate of Temple University and enjoys writing in third person. When he isn't writing, he's probably playing guitar for a litany of bands, reading comics or providing well-needed muscle at The Double Deuce.
Medusa's Disco are back with a new single and album announcement.
You've got two chances left to check out Testosteroso's 10th anniversary video shows.
Matt Stetler wants you to leave the house for once.
For the last two months worth of Sunday afternoons, the usually axe and mead-filled Meduseld Meadery has instead been full of video games.
Maya de Vitry's inaugural solo tour begins tonight, May 16, at Zoetropolis.
Curtis Gant's Living Lawless brand gets a pop-up shop at Community Room on King this Friday, May 10.
Too many events happening? Maybe, but probably not.
For the past quarter-century, Greg Saunier and the rest of Deerhoof have made a career out of confounding audiences. The band plays at Tellus360 on Thursday, April 25.
Lehigh Valley native and filmmaker Zeke Zelker is premiering his latest project in Lancaster next week.
Sonic Skam Productions, a recently convened group of like-minded women, will be hosting the Bud Bash on Saturday, April 20 at Zoetropolis featuring live music, vendors and a panel discussion on CBD.
Laddie Moran's latest, "Growing Painz," is out now on streaming services.
For years, the Stahr Armory was used as a functioning army base for a medical unit of the Pennsylvania National Guard.
It is once again time for Zenkaikon weekend. Are you ready?
One of the newest family-friendly businesses to hit downtown Lancaster is the Lancaster Virtual Reality Lounge.
The Ogham Stones are just one of the half-dozen or so Celtic bands making the rounds for St. Patrick's Day this year.
The Barn Sessions, a collaboration between MOE Blues' Kevin Gannon, LCTV 66, the Stoner Grille and Millersville University's production department, kicks off this Sunday, March 10.
Deerhoof will be making its' Lancaster debut in Spring.
Benyaro, which features former Lancaster resident Ben Musser, will be in town for Lancaster Roots & Blues Festival this weekend.
Yelawolf is in town to promote his new spirit, Creek Water Whiskey.
Rock band Young the Giant will headline Festi-Ville in April.