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  • THURSDAY'S ALLENTOWN FAIR SCHEDULE

    THURSDAY'S ALLENTOWN FAIR SCHEDULE
    Hours: Noon to 11 p.m. Admission: Free, noon to 2 p.m.; $8. Noon-10 p.m.: Agri-Plex exhibits/demonstrations, Folk's Butterfly Farm, Agri-Plex; Poultry Building; Livestock Barns, 4-H Barnyard Petting Zoo, Agri-Land. Noon-11 p.m.: Indoor shopping/...
  • Blue Ivy's hair makes a lousy punch line, Karrueche Tran and BET learn

    Blue Ivy's hair makes a lousy punch line, Karrueche Tran and BET learn
    Blue Ivy Carter's hair might be pop culture's third rail: Seems people who touch that topic can wind up getting hurt. This week, "106 & Park" guest host Karreuche Tran as well as BET's president of music programming and specials, Stephen G. Hill,...
  • Jason Mraz reveals early retirement plan, but first, a 'Yes!' tour

    Jason Mraz reveals early retirement plan, but first, a 'Yes!' tour
    "I have a gift for you," Jason Mraz said, arms outstretched. Cupped in his palms was an avocado, bumpy and green. It came from a tree on his farm — "100% organic, Mraz Fresh," the sticker read. Last year he sold 34,000 pounds of the fruit to...
  • Adam Levine talks Maroon 5's 'V,' 'The Voice,' Proactiv, more

    Adam Levine talks Maroon 5's 'V,' 'The Voice,' Proactiv, more
    Adam Levine has a driving range in his front yard, though it's unclear how often he gets to use it. The 35-year-old frontman of L.A.'s Maroon 5 was at home in Encino recently preparing for a weekend jam-packed with promotion for the band's new album,...
  • 'Fiddler on the Roof's' universal themes still resonate after 50 years

    'Fiddler on the Roof's' universal themes still resonate after 50 years
    On Sept. 22, 1964, after the long-awaited Broadway opening of "Fiddler on the Roof," invited guests gathered at New York's swank Rainbow Room to celebrate. The first review that came in that night was from Herald Tribune critic Walter Kerr, and it wasn'...
  • Violinist Christopher Collins Lee to open Carter Chamber Series at East Stroudsburg University

    Few violinists can claim they've performed as a soloist with the likes of conductors Leopold Stokowski, Herbert von Karajan and Arthur Fiedler, or premiered Aaron Copland's "Ballades for Violin and Piano" with Leonard Bernstein on piano. Noted violinist...
  • Dorney offers deals for last Wildwater weekend

    This is the final week that Dorney Park is open daily and the last chance for families to get wet at Wildwater Kingdom. And there's deals aplenty. In honor of back to school, the South Whitehall Township park is offering all students with a school ID...
  • Why the road is golden for Lady Antebellum

    Why the road is golden for Lady Antebellum
    Last summer Lady Antebellum was forced into taking a break from the road for the most welcome of reasons — the impending birth of a daughter to singer Hillary Scott. For a group that loves nothing more than making music, the other two band...
  • Rock still rolls for Creedence Clearwater (Revisited)

    Rock still rolls for Creedence Clearwater (Revisited)
    Stu Cook and Doug Clifford never thought to reclaim their rock and roll legacy until after it had been taken away from them. As the rhythm section for Creedence Clearwater Revival, they laid the foundation for some of the most enduring hits of the late-...
  • Was Marion 'Suge' Knight shot over a book proposal?

    Was Marion 'Suge' Knight shot over a book proposal?
    It’s not often that you hear about assassination attempts linked to book proposals. Writing a book pitch, after all, is a notoriously quixotic thing to do. Publishers routinely "kill" books simply by rejecting them. And Americans are so blasé...
  • Shakespeare as you'll like it

    Transformed on stage into a traveling tent show, William Shakespeare's "The Tempest" takes on a new life at South Coast Repertory with its magic, music and acrobatics exploring the drama of spirits, monsters, witches and lovers. And "Tempest"...