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  • READER SUBMITTED: Open To All: Community Passover "Seder"

    Traditional Family Meal Open to the Public Looking for a meaningful Passover experience? Look no further. We've got the perfect idea for you! With the Jewish Holiday of Passover fast approaching; April 14 through 22, the Benet Rothstein Chabad Jewish...
  • Free trade chocolate makes Purim sweeter

    Jews give out apples and honey on Rosh Hashanah for a sweet new year. On Purim, members of Congregation Shaarei Kodesh in Boca Raton will give each other, family and friends fair trade chocolate. It's to conform to values and laws from the Bible and the...
  • Orlando audition notice: Claude in Mad Cow's 'Hair'

    Mad Cow Theatre is Accepting Submissions for Claude in Hair MAD COW THEATRE is accepting submissions for its upcoming production of Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical with lyrics by James Rado & Gerome Ragni and music by Galt MacDermot for...
  • Airbnb's $10 billion value a sign of sharing-economy momentum

    In a defining moment for the sharing economy, Airbnb is in funding talks that would value the room- and home-renting company at $10 billion, more than some long-established hotel companies and among the highest valuations for a startup in the country....
  • Olympic Heights High students create a daily news website

    Olympic Heights High students create a daily news website
    It's time, some students say, to bring the high school newspaper into the 21st century. The traditional student paper, published around once a month, has old news that anyone with an interest in the school community has probably already heard about or...
  • Folk heroes: Bethlehem's Sing Out! magazine has highlighted folk singers for 50 years

    You'd never know passing the row home in south Bethlehem that it's bursting with the history of American folk music. Rows of LPs, CDs, videos and periodicals line the walls on two floors. The archive of folk music dating from the 1940s is known as the...
  • Participant, Pantelion, Canana Tubthump Cesar Chavez National Day of Service

    GUADALAJARA - Not all films made by an international company swing by the White House before their world premiere in the U.S. Lead-produced by Mexico's Canana Films, "Cesar Chavez" is one exception. The brief pre-screening introduction by President Obama...
  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    MONDAYMARCH 24 LEHIGH VALLEY REAL ESTATE ACADEMY, 10 S. Commerce Way, Bethlehem, will host an "Ethics and Etiquette" educational session, 8:30 a.m. to noon. Students will discuss relevant applications of the code of ethics to current market conditions,...
  • Korean 'Star' Shines in China's Political, Online Firmaments

    HONG KONG - A South Korean TV drama "My Love From The Star" (literal translation 'You Who Came From The Stars') has become a knockout hit in China. And despite its whimsical plot and slick, inoffensive presentation it has sparked a string of...
  • From Anat Cohen to Yoko Noge to Pharez Whitted, a lively week

    From Anat Cohen to Yoko Noge to Pharez Whitted, a lively week
    The next week in Chicago jazz will be brisk. Among the highlights: Friday Pat Martino: Great jazz guitar playing comes in many forms, but rarely with more depth of musicianship or ingenuity of improvisation than in Martino's work. The veteran...
  • Susan Tompor: What seniors need to consider at tax time

    Jerry sits near the door at the last stop for retirees and others who are receiving free tax help one cold, but sunny March day at Warren, Mich., City Hall. He makes sure the tax filers authorize that returns can be electronically filed and he reviews...