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  • Civic kicks off classic family film series

     
    Civic Theatre of Allentown invites parents to share some of the most beloved classic children’s films with a new generation when the 19th Street Theatre debuts its Family Film Series with “The Black Stallion” at 11 a.m. Saturday. The...
  • "Gruff!" at the Lehigh Valley Zoo

     
    Join the goats and trolls of "Gruff!" for some fun at the Lehigh Valley Zoo Sunday. The cast will present scenes from the show 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Zoo's Peacock Pavilion. Zoo admission is $12; $11, seniors and $10, ages 2-11. The zoo is at...
  • Wendy Rawlings and the memoir she can't write

    Over at Bending Genre, novelist Wendy Rawlings writes about the memoir she can’t wrap her mind around, even after a decade and a half. “Why do some nonfictional stories resist being told?” she asks, while offering, in capsule form, the...
  • Family Time: Civic Theatre debuts classic family film series

    Civic Theatre of Allentown invites parents to share some of the most beloved classic children's films with a new generation at its new Family Film Series. The series opens with "The Black Stallion" at 11 a.m. Saturday in the 19th Street Theatre. The 1979...
  • ‘Pacific Rim 2′: Guillermo del Toro to direct sequel for 2017 release

     
    It's official: “Pacific Rim 2″ is a go. In the wake of director Guillermo del Toro's comments earlier this month that […]...
  • Review: 'The Silkworm' by Robert Galbraith

    Review: 'The Silkworm' by Robert Galbraith
    In "The Silkworm," J.K. Rowling's entertaining second novel under the pen name Robert Galbraith, private detective Cormoran Strike searches for the missing husband of Leonora Quine only to uncover his bizarre murder. "Seven plates and seven sets of...
  • The political calculation behind Hillary Clinton's poor-mouthing

    It’s “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me” time for Hillary Clinton. For the last few weeks she’s been busy laboriously explaining that even though she’s as rich as Croesus’ Chihuahua, she’s not rich rich. Here’s...
  • OBITUARY-Cervantes winner Matute: A child's view of Spain's Civil War

    By Fiona Ortiz MADRID, June 25 (Reuters) - Prize-winning novelist Ana Maria Matute, who spent a literary lifetime exploring the crushed innocence of her childhood during the Spanish Civil War, died on Wednesday of a heart attack, her son told Reuters....
  • Alex Tizon sizes up his masculinity in memoir 'Big Little Man'

    Alex Tizon sizes up his masculinity in memoir 'Big Little Man'
    You have to wait until the eighth chapter of Alex Tizon's remarkable memoir, "Big Little Man: In Search of My Asian Self," for confirmation that his title is the reference you've been hoping it isn't and fearing it is. All of the book has been leading...
  • Walter Dean Myers, celebrated young adult author, dies at 76

    Walter Dean Myers, a celebrated author known for writing books about young African Americans, such as "Monster," "Fallen Angels" and "Hoops," has died. He was 76. "Walter's many award-winning books do not shy away from the sometimes gritty truth of...
  • Bird soars to literary greatness in 'East China Sea'

    "Above the East China Sea" by Sarah Bird; Knopf (336 pages, $25.95) I've thoroughly enjoyed watching Sarah Bird's career flourish during the past few years. Her books, sometimes serious in tone, sometimes lightly comedic, have a loyal Texas following....