I was born in Scranton and raised in Taylor, Pennsylvania, just outside that city. It used to be a coal mining area, but the coal ran out decades ago. The town is always asking, “Now what?”

Like every region, that area has developed there own way of speaking. Below is a video about Heynabonics:

Next, here’s a brief video about the sights and sounds of Scranton:

Here’s a pictoral history of Scranton:

And finally, here’s a book of pictures for those homesick for Scranton:

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