Abandoned Sanctuary Photo by Brandilyn Kultys (April 6, 2016)
Abandoned Sanctuary Photo by Brandilyn Kultys (April 6, 2016)

This church has seen many different things happen inside of it. It has seen weddings and funerals, all over a long time. When you look at the outside you see all different bricks laying against each other; they have no particular pattern but they catch the eye. The whole building represents how things have changed in Wilkes-Barre over the years [more…]

Another Time Photo by Brandilyn Kultys (April 6, 2016)
“Another Time,” Photo by Brandilyn Kultys (April 6, 2016)

The temple sits alone and abandoned on Franklin Street. Walking past, you know that it was once a beautiful landmark, but it has gone to waste because people do not want to take care of it. It’s still beautiful in its own way, but it has become a beautiful ruin [more…]

Hidden Gem Photo by Jessica Mulligan (April 13, 2016)Hidden Gem Photo by Jessica Mulligan (April 13, 2016)

On the square lie many mysteries, old shops, dirty sidewalks, decaying streetlights, and fading colors. Slowly, however, this is changing. Evolution is kind to the center of town as it becomes brighter, cleaner, happier. Through time, one piece remains the same [more…]

Fowler, Downs & Moyer, and A. E Downs. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 1889. [Boston, 1889] Map. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, May 2016.
“Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania 1889,” Map by Fowler, Downs & Moyer, and A. E Downs (Retrieved from the Library of Congress)

“Wilkes-Barre in Thirty Images” is an exhibit of writing and photography presented by students in the Professional Writing Program at King’s College. The exhibit will be held on the fourth floor of Hafey-Marian on the King’s College campus from May to December 2016. During the spring semester 2016, students in Dr. Noreen O’Connor’s Literary Journalism course read and examined photo essays and photo curation in texts including [more …]