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  • Sports science keeping Eagles on cutting edge

    Sports science keeping Eagles on cutting edge
    — Call Chip Kelly a successful salesman for getting his Philadelphia Eagles players, who are technically free to do what they want, to do exactly what he requires and feel good about it. When he took over as head coach last January, he changed...
  • Get cultured: Lehigh Valley fall arts preview

    Get cultured: Lehigh Valley fall arts preview
    A colorful and creative season of performances, exhibits and events for young and older has begun in the Lehigh Valley. It's a season of premieres and anniversaries. A season of classics and cutting edge works. A season of reflection and a season of fun....
  • Allentown health director tapped to lead parks and recreation

     Allentown health director tapped to lead parks and recreation
    The director of the Allentown Health Bureau has been tapped to temporarily run the city's Parks and Recreation Department. Vicky Kistler, director of the health bureau since 2007, will serve as interim director of parks and recreation following the...
  • Theater: 'Mercy Killers' questions U.S. health care system

    A one-man play written and performed by Broadway actor Michael Milligan takes on the state of health care in the United States. "Mercy Killers," at 4:30 p.m. Thursday and 7:30 p.m. Friday at Zoellner Arts Center, takes an unblinking look at the ends to...
  • Newton is seeking a perfect 10 in his final season at Lehigh

    Newton is seeking a perfect 10 in his final season at Lehigh
    Tim Newton will wear No. 10 this season for the Lehigh University football team, a most unusual number for a defensive tackle. He says, however, "I think I'm going to look awesome." It's a tribute to his brother, Colin, who wore No. 10 for the...
  • Moravian Historical Society searches beneath the surface

    Moravian Historical Society searches beneath the surface
    On the outskirts of Nazareth's downtown, buried beneath the stately grounds of the Whitefield House, lies an untold story of the Moravian settlers who came here in 1740. It's not about the beautiful brass and woodwind music of their church services,...
  • Nazareth Speedway sits idle, 10 years after last race

    On May 6, 2004, Craig Rust, president and general manager of the Nazareth Speedway, said, "Nazareth is not for sale. We are not seeking a buyer, and we have not received an offer. We are getting ready to race." Eight days later, he was singing a...
  • Handing over the reins at Easton's Williams Arts Center

    Handing over the reins at Easton's Williams Arts Center
    The Williams Center for the Arts at Easton's Lafayette College has become a mecca for jazz and world music, as well as classical music and dance companies. What began as a modest series of mostly classical music concerts has grown to 20 some concerts...
  • Easton forum: Blacks are profiled by police, community

    Unarmed black teenager Michael Brown was shot to death three weeks ago and hundreds of miles away, but the pain is still reverberating through Easton's black community, and now they're demanding answers: from their community, from their leaders, and...
  • Craig Hochbein: 'Benefits, pitfalls of buying education like groceries'

    Craig Hochbein: 'Benefits, pitfalls of buying education like groceries'
    In 1973, an article in The New York Times Magazine authored by Milton Friedman championed school choice and the use of vouchers by invoking a thought experiment. Subtitled "Selling School like Groceries," Friedman's article asked readers to consider a...
  • Bethlehem, Lehigh partner for more security cameras

    Bethlehem Mayor Robert Donchez and Lehigh University interim President Kevin Clayton on Tuesday announced a partnership that will bring up to 12 new security cameras to neighborhoods where off-campus students reside. The cameras, a $100,000-$150,000...