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  • Crossing signs coming for Parkettes pedestrians

    Q: Heads-up to a problem that has great potential for a nasty accident. My 4-year-old granddaughter is a member of Parkettes and attends on Saturday mornings. Clearly people need to heed the crosswalk and the extremely battered and worn sign to stop for pedestrians. Instead, it resembles a speedway on that bend of Martin Luther King Drive. Allentown could reap a ton of revenue if they would put some police there between 9:30 and 11:30 every Saturday morning.
  • Laugh with Karen Maurer at Storytelling series at Godfrey Daniels

     
    There may be snow on the ground but nothing warms the soul like an afternoon of storytelling. Settle in and get ready to laugh as storyteller Karen Maurer spins yarns with a humorous bent at 2 p.m. Sunday at Godfrey Daniels in Bethlehem. Maurer, who...

    Cafe opens in Allentown Art Museum

     
    The Cafe at the Allentown Art Museum is now open for business, the latest unveiling for the downtown museum that recently completed a major renovation and expansion. The cafe is run by Karen Hunter, a popular caterer in the Lehigh Valley and the exclusive...

    Allentown Art Museum to rock the Valley with events tied to music photo exhibit

     
    Allentown Art Museum, celebrating its $15.4 million renovation and expansion with an exhibit of rock ‘n’ roll photos, will tie the show to more than two dozen rock-related events involving Lehigh Valley music venues, other institutions and...

    Review: Allentown Art Museum's 'Who Shot Rock and Roll' interesting, but antiseptic

     
    Rock and roll culture is an oxymoron. The very definition of rock and roll is that it’s an uncultured, visceral art form – felt instinctually, not intellectually. So it’s no surprise that Allentown Art Museum’s new exhibit of...