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  • Study abroad group working on getting Muhlenberg students home from Nepal

    Study abroad group working on getting Muhlenberg students home from Nepal
    Ellison Heil was on a mountain trail on Saturday near Ghandruk, a small village northwest of Kathmandu, Nepal, when the earthquake struck. Heil in a Facebook post that he "saw the earthen homes, terraced along the mountain-side, shake through a cloud...
  • Muhlenberg students caught in Nepal quake

    Muhlenberg students caught in Nepal quake
    Four Muhlenberg College students studying in Nepal were safe and fine Saturday after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake left about 1,000 people dead in the region. All of the students had made contact with the college or their families by Saturday afternoon,...
  • There are over 3,000 different reason to run the 31st annual St. Luke's Half Marathon Sunday in Allentown

    There are over 3,000 different reason to run the 31<sup>s</sup><sup>t</sup> annual St. Luke's Half Marathon Sunday in Allentown
    People run the St. Luke's Half Marathon for all kinds of reasons. Former Northwestern Lehigh High School field hockey coach Cathy McCullough is running to celebrate her impending retirement as a teacher by running it with more than 90 friends and ex-...
  • Review: Muhlenberg presents thought-provoking take on 'Romeo and Juliet'

    A gritty urban setting, a multiracial cast and undercurrent of civil unrest give Muhlenberg's "Romeo and Juliet" a modern, edgy vibe. Director Troy Dwyer decided to use Shakespeare's romantic tragedy to open a dialogue on race relations and police...
  • Heather Doll: Longer bar hours won't curtail Pa.'s brain drain

    Heather Doll: Longer bar hours won't curtail Pa.'s brain drain
    Students who attend one of Pennsylvania's many colleges and universities are leaving after graduation. This phenomenon, known as brain drain, deprives Pennsylvania of the useful skills, hard work and tax dollars invested in each student. Census Bureau...
  • Muhlenberg students create a Cirque-style show in 'Atlas'

    Muhlenberg students create a Cirque-style show in 'Atlas'
    A girl on a unicycle cuts through a group of people dancing, two acrobats simultaneously twist and turn high above the stage suspended on aerial silks and a young man spins himself across the stage in a giant metal hoop. Muhlenberg Circus Workshop...
  • In Senate run, Ed Pawlowski is looking to his Polish roots

    In Senate run, Ed Pawlowski is looking to his Polish roots
    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is counting on his Polish roots to help court what his U.S. Senate campaign sees as an overlooked base of donors. He's already emphasizing a childhood spent living above his parents' Polish deli in Chicago, and touting a...
  • Festival blooms around Allentown's cherry trees

    Festival blooms around Allentown's cherry trees
    There are plenty of festivals in the Lehigh Valley that rev up their patrons — Musikfest and Celtic Classic, for example — but the Cherry Blossom Festival Saturday in Allentown aims to cultivate a more Zen peace of mind. The second annual...
  • 'Art That Lifts You' celebrates local poetry, music, dance

    'Art That Lifts You' celebrates local poetry, music, dance
    Art in all its forms can be more than just something to watch and enjoy. It can also be inspirational. "Art That Lifts You," a showcase for regional poets, musicians and dancers, will be held at Bethlehem's Ice House at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 25....
  • People with autism featured in free Sprout Film Festival

    People with autism featured in free Sprout Film Festival
    A girl with autism who plays tuba in Atlanta, a boy with developmental disabilities who became an animator and a high school basketball manager with autism who gets to play in a game are all people you will meet in 14 films that are sad and funny and...
  • Jam band O.A.R to headline Musikfest

    A popular jam band that has been together nearly 20 years will play Bethlehem's Musikfest festival in August, it was announced Monday. O.A.R., which has released eight studio albums and five live discs since starting in 1996 and had the gold hit "Love...