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By Rudy Miller For lehighvalleylive. Easton has re-invented itself as a destination for millennials and empty nesters. They're moving into the city's historic buildings, which have been rehabilitated into upscale apartments.
The hospitality industry teems with popular downtown restaurants. New residents migrating from New York or New Jersey might not realize Easton was a regional destination for an altogether different reason about years ago. And even the locals might not have heard the stories from their grandparents about the hospitality the city offered during the Prohibition era in the Roaring Twenties. Alcohol was illegal? So what. You could find a stiff drink in Easton. You could also find brothels by the dozen.
The city had an underworld reputation for speakeasies and whorehouses enabled by law enforcement and elected leaders willing to look the other way. We scoured newspaper accounts, local history books and stories from the era's descendants to shine a light on this shadowy chapter in city history. But Easton was the place to go for the afterparty. Barkers yelling from inside the ring between rounds let patrons know they could hop in a bus that night, according to a Northampton County history penned by Edward P.
Other barkers offered rides. Going to Easton! George Fleming was 10 years old when someone handed him a card with a naked woman on it advertising three Easton area brothels. He got the advertisement from a man in the subway. Lou Ferrone Photo by Rudy Miller for lehighvalleylive. If you didn't take the bus or didn't catch a ride, you could still find your way into Easton.
Young men stood on the edge of town looking for cars with out-of-state plates so they could point them in the direction of brothels. Easton for his memorabilia collection. All roads seemed to lead here because it was pretty much a wide-open town," Ferrone said, adding "We had a lot of beers, a lot of bars and a lot of women.