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  • Amish romance novels spur boom in 'bonnet rippers'

    Amish romance novels spur boom in 'bonnet rippers'
    The man rides along in a buggy, black hat shading his face, horse trotting ahead of him. As author Mindy Starns Clark pens him, he's thinking, maybe praying, enjoying his surroundings as the vehicle rolls through Lancaster County. And the next time...
  • Last year a nightmare, this year a blessing for Kutztown grad

    Last Christmas Day, Jennifer Sommers was unconscious in a hospital bed, her brain swollen, a machine helping her breathe. Her stunned family surrounded her in prayer. A week earlier, the 22-year-old Stroudsburg woman had abruptly gone from a bright...
  • 'Into the Woods' finds the feeling behind the fables

    The journey from stage to screen has been a remarkably long one for Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's "Into the Woods." The comedic musical drama first began its transition from Broadway (where it opened in 1987) to the big screen over 20 years ago,...
  • Holiday anthologies to beat holiday stress

    Holiday anthologies to beat holiday stress
    Christmas is a few short days away. If you're like many Americans at this time of year — cramming shopping, baking and wrapping into these last few days before the holiday — some lighthearted reading might be the break you need. Here are a...
  • Commentary: The day the angels sang the birth of a child

    Christmas Eve. The children improvise costumes for a living nativity, as we read the Christmas story. Maren and Tommy are Mary and Joseph. Jimmy and Lily, with dish-towel shepherds' headdresses, abide in the fields watching over their flock, played...
  • H.P. Lovecraft's 'Miskatonic' in the Works as a Movie (EXCLUSIVE)

    Independent production company RadioactiveGiant has acquired the rights to develop, produce and distribute "Miskatonic," a feature film inspired by the works of horror fiction icon H.P. Lovecraft. "Miskatonic" was created in the Lovecraft tradition of...
  • On the Town: Not your typical holiday show at Westminster

    On the Town: Not your typical holiday show at Westminster
    You just know it’s not going to be your traditional Christmas pageant when, at the outset, Bing Crosby steps into a spotlight and, between puffs on his pipe, invites you to travel back in time with Doc Brown and Marty McFly to a night, many years...
  • ArtsCentric offers dynamic staging of 'The Color Purple'

    ArtsCentric offers dynamic staging of 'The Color Purple'
    There's enough material for at least two shows packed into "The Color Purple," the 2005 musical that had a good run on Broadway and is now enjoying a dynamic production by the ambitious company ArtsCentric. The creative team — book by Marsha...
  • A very personal Hanukkah story

    A very personal Hanukkah story
    I love to introduce new audiences to the work of my extraordinary storytelling friends and colleagues. So here's a treat as sweet as a Hanukkah jelly doughnut: an original story performed by the beautiful, Pennsylvania-based performer Eva Grayzel....
  • From 'Birdman' to 'Budapest,' a strange and wonderful year on screen

    What a lot of excellent films made it to theaters this year. As a public service for readers from a guy who saw a couple hundred of them (and that was just at Sundance), here's a list of 2014 releases with more pros than cons. Top perplexing film:...
  • 'Twilight Zone' ready for New Year's Eve marathon

    Before the sappy "Twilight" movies there was another "Twilight" that shone far brighter and lasted far longer. It was, of course, Rod Serling's "The Twilight Zone," which makes its 20th yearly orbit on the Syfy Channel's marathon on Dec. 31. "There is...