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  • Slater Museum Helps Learning At Norwich Free Academy

    Slater Museum Helps Learning At Norwich Free Academy
    Norwich Free Academy is one of two high schools in the United States to have a museum on its campus.  The museum, which was donated to NFA in 1886, has given thousands of students as well as community members a little culture that is typically experienced...
  • Jewish History Month honors pioneers

    The Jewish Museum of Florida-FIU honors the Jewish pioneers of Miami Beach in its upcoming kick-off program to the 12th annual Florida Jewish History Month. This event, taking place on Jan. 4 at 2 p.m. at the Jewish Museum, 301 Washington Ave. in Miami...
  • New Year's Eve is Coming to The Imagine Nation - A Bit Early

    New Year's Eve is Coming to The Imagine Nation - A Bit Early
    BRISTOL - It's become an annual rite in the city: A New Year's celebration with confetti, noisemakers and a dropping ball. But this one's a bit different than the Times Square version: It's for youngsters, and it's at noon instead of midnight. The...
  • Lehigh Valley entertainment events of 2014: PPL Center opening, expanded Celtic Classic, more

    Lehigh Valley entertainment events of 2014: PPL Center opening, expanded Celtic Classic, more
    New presidents taking charge of arts organizations, a record-breaking soccer-viewing party in Bethlehem and the opening of a new arena in Allentown made our list of the top Lehigh Valley arts and entertainment stories of the year. The 10 biggest...
  • 15 things to do with your kids: Dec. 29-Jan. 4

    Monday, Dec. 29: "TREASURES OF THE WALT DISNEY ARCHIVES" Final call for this supercalifragilisticexpialidocious traveling exhibit! Running through Sunday, this glimpse inside the Mouse House's archives lets you examine 90 years of history from the...
  • Gen. William T. Sherman's 'March to the Sea,' through the eyes of a Union soldier

    Gen. William T. Sherman's 'March to the Sea,' through the eyes of a Union soldier
    When Gen. William T. Sherman successfully completed his "March to the Sea" 150 years ago this month, he sent President Abraham Lincoln a Christmas greeting like no other. "I beg to present you as a Christmas gift the City of Savannah, with one hundred...
  • The top films at the North American box office

    Following are the top 10 moviesat North American box offices for the three days starting Dec.26, led by "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,"according to studio estimates compiled by Reuters. 1 (1) The Hobbit.............................$41.4...
  • Drawn to a better place | Video

    Drawn to a better place | Video
    When Idris Bozeman tucks her four daughters into bed at night at the transitional shelter, she now knows how lucky they are to even have beds. To get back into a space of their own after a bout of homelessness has been trying. But Bozeman vows to save...
  • Family-friendly parties to celebrate New Year's

    Family-friendly parties to celebrate New Year's
    New Year's Eve isn't just for adults. Some of the biggest events in the Lehigh Valley are mostly for kids. Some are early so little ones can get to bed while others continue until midnight and kids with more stamina can hang with their parents. Here's our...
  • David Mickenberg: Allentown arts groups embark on a quiet revolution

    David Mickenberg: Allentown arts groups embark on a quiet revolution
    Unknown and virtually unheralded, a quiet revolution has unfolded in Allentown over the past year. Few would have bet on it, many have hoped for it, some have suggested it, and yet others have thought it so important that they consider the future of the...
  • Museum of the San Fernando Valley could herald 'cultural renaissance'

    Museum of the San Fernando Valley could herald 'cultural renaissance'
    The room is dim and ominous: Faded soldiers' uniforms and a frayed American flag flown over Iwo Jima in the mid-1940s hang on a wall above a binder listing nearly all the San Fernando Valley residents who died in World War II. Around the corner, it is...