The only thing you can count on in life is change, but in Bethlehem it feels more clear, more stark, more immediate, and more at home with its history. This is why Stephanie Sigafoos lives here.
Tag: This is Why I Live Here
They flee from New York City and elsewhere, because they found a warehouse building at a price they couldn’t pass up. Or because Easton reminds them of a place they once knew, long ago and far away. Maybe it’s because their friend Karl Stirner convinced them to come. Or because of its historic charm and the opportunity to create art in seeming anonymity.
We talked with four Easton artists about why they moved here. This is what they told us.