We’re all about fresh here at Fig®. Fresh ideas. Fresh destinations. And, of course, fresh food. If fresh is best, you’ll have to travel far to find a place with greater raw materials at its fingertips. Or such a diverse array of restaurants.
From the hyper-focused to the well-rounded—from arts to engineering—education opens the door to possibility. Luckily for us, Bethlehem offers learning opportunities for all, regardless of age, interest, or experience.
Paul Peucker knows a lot about Moravian history. So much so, he was tapped to be head archivist for the Moravian Archives ten years ago straight from his job of the same name in Germany. One could say Paul has had a lifelong passion for Moravian history, growing up in the Netherlands, hearing stories in an old Moravian community. And what could be better than that for the future
When Sands Bethlehem was newly constructed, there was a keen focus on paying respect to Bethlehem Steel within the industrial-themed complex. From the groundbreaking, it was paramount to honor the hard work of the former employees of “The Steel” and preserve the legacy of this hallowed site. Recognizing its unparalleled impact and place in the history books of the industrial age,
Ever wish you could have that quintessential urban, upscale environment in a restaurant without having to deal with the traffic of the big city? Ever wish you could dine on tender steak and sip sophisticated fine wine but travel just a hop, skip and a jump away? Your wish just came true. Enter the fun and inviting atmosphere of CORKED Wine Bar and Steak House, and
Hidden Treasures All Around: History, Colonial to Industrial, & Beyond
So, what is it about Bethlehem? Christened by Moravians on Christmas Eve in 1741, it’s known as the Christmas City to this day, and deep within the acreage lie stories so carefully kept, so meticulously preserved, that it documents one of the best examples of 18th-century colonial life in the entire country. With the debut of a brass plaque this spring, Historic Moravian Bethlehem has
When Fay Fitch returned home to the Lehigh Valley, she brought her talent and creativity with her. To the delight of fashionistas near and far, she recently opened The Steel Beam with its name paying tribute to Bethlehem’s history and architecture. It is the place to shop for high-end designer fashions and accessories for men and women at affordable prices.