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  • 'Rainbow Magic' to fly into Symphony Hall

    'Rainbow Magic' to fly into Symphony Hall
    Join the fairies who represent the seven colors of the rainbow when "Rainbow Magic Live" comes to Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown on Sunday. Best friends Rachel and Kirsty help their colorful fairy friends hunt for magical moonstones and tackle...
  • Classical music: Beethoven, more from Alexander String Quartet

    Any string quartet approaching its fourth decade would be expected to boast a wide repertoire, yet the enormous span of composers the Alexander String Quartet has embraced is almost beyond belief. It has recorded not just one, but two complete sets of...
  • Turnout 'brisk' at Lehigh Valley polls and across the state

    Turnout 'brisk' at Lehigh Valley polls and across the state
    In an election many expected to be a snoozer, turnout appeared to be higher than anticipated at many polls in the Lehigh Valley and across Pennsylvania as voters went to the polls to vote for governor and other statewide races.  In the governor's race,...
  • Lehigh, Lafayette field hockey players among local college honors

    The Patriot League announced their first and second All-League teams Tuesday and the selections included three from Lafayette and two from Lehigh. Lafayette seniors Brittany Blass and Jenna Seybert were named to the All-Patriot League First Team, while...
  • Allentown team gives patients much more than medicine

     Allentown team gives patients much more than medicine
    A group of caregivers, social workers, clergy and patients recently engaged in a lively but friendly exercise in downtown Allentown about how they'd like to improve wellness in a city filled with top-ranked health-care providers and untold numbers of...
  • A dozen apply for ex-Bethlehem Councilwoman Karen Dolan's seat

    A dozen apply for ex-Bethlehem Councilwoman Karen Dolan's seat
    A dozen people — including a former City Council solicitor, former concert promoter and the president of the city's NAACP — have applied to fill the Bethlehem City Council seat vacated by Karen Dolan when she resigned in the wake of a scathing...
  • Transportation troubles hinder care for health care superusers

    Transportation troubles hinder care for health care superusers
    When a team of health-care and social service workers in Allentown went looking for frequent visitors to emergency departments and hospitals, they quickly learned that many were dialysis patients. Ask those patients what's most important for maintaining...
  • Unequal opportunity for low-income undergrads at area colleges

    Unequal opportunity for low-income undergrads at area colleges
    Deidgre Green, the 2011 valedictorian of Martin Luther King High School in Philadelphia, would have been a strong applicant to just about any college. But she applied to just a few, and they were mostly state schools because they were less expensive...
  • Session helps veterans open businesses

    Veterans are invited to learn the ins and outs of small business and entrepreneurship Wednesdayat "Small Business Opportunities for Lehigh Valley Veterans," an event hosted by the Community Development Corporation of Bethlehem. Representatives from the...
  • Arturo Sandoval revels in the freedom of spontaneity

    J-A-Z-Z. It's America's legacy to the world, a symbol of cadence and freedom. A soup of syncopated rhythms and harmonies that seem to defy all limits. And yet when the legendary trumpeter Arturo Sandoval was growing up in Havana, all music that...
  • Bethlehem to consider 9-story building in historic South Side

    Clearly, the nine-story apartment building that developer Dennis Benner wants to put up in south Bethlehem is no Martin Tower, Bethlehem Steel's 21-story homage to industrial might. Not even half the size of the Lehigh Valley's tallest building, Benner'...