Performance Review: ‘The Taming of the Shrew/The Tamer Tamed’ shines in all aspects

The theater department has produced a mixture of William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” and John Fletcher’s “The Tamer Tamed,” a play written in response to “The Taming of the Shrew,” to create “The Taming of The Shrew/The Tamer Tamed.”    The first act of the play was based on Shakespeare’s “The Taming of The […]

Author, English professor, lifelong reader Jennifer Gilmore speaks on what inspires her

English professor Jennifer Gilmore presented a reading from her most recent novel “If Only” on Monday. Two narratives woven into one, the young adult novel is a story about adoption and imagining the different paths one’s life could take. “If Only” follows Bridget, a mother who is forced to give her daughter up for adoption. The […]

Aman’s Indian Bistro relocates to downtown Easton, looks to get involved at Lafayette

Aman’s Indian Bistro is moving from its previous location off Easton-Nazareth Highway, near Walmart and Regal Cinemas, to downtown Easton. The bistro will join the diverse eating places Easton has: French cuisine at Maxim’s 22, Mexican dishes at La Perla Tapatia and Egyptian meals at The Taza Shop. The restaurant provided food for the Holi […]

Movie Review: “Love, Simon” stands out as an important and impactful comedy

“Love, Simon,” a recent coming-of-age movie, centers around gay teen, Simon Spier. It is the perfect mix of cheesy lines, friendship, romance, conflict and identity issues that one might encounter in their favorite CW show (which makes sense considering the director of “Love, Simon,” Greg Berlanti, is the producer of seven CW shows). “Love, Simon” […]