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  • Lehigh Valley health events include Heart and Stroke Walk, Run for a Head Start 5K

    Lehigh Valley health events include Heart and Stroke Walk, Run for a Head Start 5K
    HEART AND STROKE WALK 1 The 2014 Lehigh Valley Heart and Stroke Walk will be held 8:30 a.m.-noon Sunday at Northampton Community College in Bethlehem Township. The event is a fundraiser for the American Heart Association. Cardiovascular disease is...
  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    SATURDAYSEPT. 13 LEHIGH VALLEY SCORE will host "How to Start a Business" workshop, 9:30 a.m.-noon at Lehigh Carbon Community College, Rothrock Library, 4750 Orchard Road, Schnecksville. Preregistration: http://www.lehighvalley.score.org. Info: 610-266-...
  • 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...
  • Famed pianist Ohlsson plays Russian masters with ASO

    Pianist Garrick Ohlsson is a big guy, not just in the classical music world, but also literally. Six feet 4 inches tall and massive in build, he looks like he could take a 9-foot concert grand in a fair fight. But if you want to hear a Chopin scherzo or...
  • Matthew Rozsa: Robin Williams shaped by depression's double-edged sword

    Matthew Rozsa: Robin Williams shaped by depression's double-edged sword
    The New York Times, which is capable of producing great insights, puzzlingly expressed surprise at Robin Williams' legendary work ethic in its obituary. "Given his well-publicized troubles with depression, addiction, alcoholism and a significant heart...
  • 'Wonder Years' dad Dan Lauria to speak at Macungie's Shoemaker school

    'Wonder Years' dad Dan Lauria to speak at Macungie's Shoemaker school
    An actor best known as the father in the ABC sitcom "The Wonder Years" will visit fifth-graders at Shoemaker Elementary School in Macungie next week. Dan Lauria, a star of Hollywood and Broadway, will meet with students at Shoemaker on Tuesday morning...
  • Andy Reid's son settles lawsuit, avoids trial in road rage case

    Andy Reid's son settles lawsuit, avoids trial in road rage case
    The son of ex-Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid settled a lawsuit filed against him after he pointed a handgun at another driver in a road-rage incident, according to Montgomery County Court records. Britt Reid, 29, had pleaded guilty to criminal...
  • Lehigh Valley runners can light up night and morning

    Pat Benatar's appearance at the PPL Center as the opening act for Cher last Monday got postponed because of Cher's illness, but runners and cyclists would have loved to hear her sing "We Belong to the Light" as a precursor to autumn. As the days get...
  • At Lehigh University, Trayvon Martin's mother talks about race issues in America

    At Lehigh University, Trayvon Martin's mother talks about race issues in America
    In the weeks and months after Trayvon Martin was killed, his mother saw 50 different photos painting him as a thug. It was as if portraying the slain 17-year-old as something he wasn't — a muscle-bound, tattooed rapper, or a young man wearing...
  • Turkey may play quiet role in U.S. coalition against Islamic State

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Turkey may find it hard to play a public role in the coalition the United States is building to strike at Islamic State targets in Iraq and possibly Syria for fear the militant group might retaliate against dozens of Turks held...