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Sarah Haase

Position: Editor/Arts & Entertainment
E-Mail Address: shaase@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: (570) 991-6111
Sarah Haase on Twitter: @Sarah_Haase

About Sarah Haase

Sarah Haase is our Arts & Entertainment Editor. Sarah oversees a team of six journalists who tell stories for Weekender, our alt-weekly; The Guide, our weekend planner; and Life, our daily, local feature section. Sarah’s new to our area, having moved here from her hometown in Westchester County, New York. She’s been a reporter in upstate New York and an editor in Oregon, where she ran a weekly newspaper. Be sure to wave if you see her driving around town in her Jeep Wrangler.

Latest Stories by Sarah Haase

“It's the freakin' weekend baby I'm about to have me some fun!” (Bounce, bounce, bounce…) Here's what we're up to this weekend. If you're out, come say, “Hey, you!”
Sarah: “Bowling for a Cause with some coworkers on Saturday and then helping out with our Spelling Bee on Sunday at the Woodlands. Come by at 1 p.m.

“It's the freakin' weekend baby I'm about to have me some fun!” (Bounce, bounce, bounce…) Here's what we're up to this weekend. If you're out, come say, “Hey, you!” Sarah: “Bowling for a Cause with some coworkers on Saturday and then helping out with our Spelling Bee on Sunday at the Woodlands. Come by at 1 p.m.

Ladies' day out

CLARKS SUMMIT — Ladies get ready. Saturday is all about you and your girlfriends. Dreams Events, an event planning service, is organizing the first “Bring on the Ladies” shopping event to hit teh Ramada Clarks Summit on Northern Blvd. From noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 21, women will have the chance to pamper themselves. Sp

​Since I can remember, Easter at my childhood home stuck to tradition for years.
Sunday began with an egg hunt. A trail of jelly beans would lead me from my bedroom to an empty Easter basket. With empty basket in hand, I searched high and low until it was filled with lots of goodies. Four hours later, we'd attend church (yes, I was an early

This Easter bunny is sure to leave a tasty treat

​Since I can remember, Easter at my childhood home stuck to tradition for years. Sunday began with an egg hunt. A trail of jelly beans would lead me from my bedroom to an empty Easter basket. With empty basket in hand, I searched high and low until it was filled with lots of goodies. Four hours later, we'd attend church (yes, I was an early

Cheers to the freakin' weekend! Here's what our staff has got goin' on…
Sarah: “I hear there are a couple of parades happening around the area that are supposed to be a pretty big deal. Think I might check them out.”
Jeric: “Spending my first Parade Day in Scranton”
Sam: “Going to Woodloch on Saturday for a ma

Cheers to the freakin' weekend! Here's what our staff has got goin' on… Sarah: “I hear there are a couple of parades happening around the area that are supposed to be a pretty big deal. Think I might check them out.” Jeric: “Spending my first Parade Day in Scranton” Sam: “Going to Woodloch on Saturday for a ma

Hey, gang! What's happening this weekend? Here's what our staff will be up to in a few days.
Sarah: “Checking out 'Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody,' at the Kirby Center. If it's half as good as 'Cuff Me,' another parody of the awful movie, then it'll be fantastic.”
Jeric: “I'll be joining Sarah for 'Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody

Hey, gang! What's happening this weekend? Here's what our staff will be up to in a few days. Sarah: “Checking out 'Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody,' at the Kirby Center. If it's half as good as 'Cuff Me,' another parody of the awful movie, then it'll be fantastic.” Jeric: “I'll be joining Sarah for 'Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody





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