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  • Enchantment's Velveteen Rabbit at Symphony Hall Sunday

     
    Enchantment Theatre Company brings this charming tale of love to the stage featuring Grammy-nominated music, a cast made entirely of graduates from Muhlenberg College and presented in the theater's trademark style using masked actors, life-size puppets,...
  • Fahringer, Bauer share a love for football

     
    Andy Fahringer and Tyler Bauer share a love for football. It is something they still talk about even though their days of strapping on the pads and helmet are long gone. They are standout javelin throwers on different levels. Fahringer,......
  • Softball players of the week: Palmerton's Kendra Pekurny and Muhlenberg's Kelsey Jones

     
    In case you missed it in print, here are the two softball players of the week: HIGH SCHOOL PLAYER OF WEEK Kendra Pekurny, Palmerton Having graduated five key players from a team that posted a school-record 17 wins in 2012, Palmerton was thought to be in...
  • Introduce your kids to Captain Noah

     
    For those of us who grew up learning to "Sing a Rainbow" with Captain and Mrs. Noah on the long-running children's show “Captain Noah and His Magical Ark,” you can share your memories with the next generation at Please Touch Museum in...
  • The local college honorees at the Scholar-Athlete Dinner on March 3

     
    As mentioned in a previous post, one of the biggest nights in area football is always the Lehigh Valley Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame Scholar-Athete Dinner that is now one month away, on March 3 at the Northampton...
  • ASO splendidly brings forth many tempos of love in 'Modern Romance'

     
    Love can both hit hard and seduce gently, as the Allentown Symphony Orchestra proved on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon at Miller Symphony Hall, in 'Modern Romance,' a Valentine's Day program both persuasively percussive and enticingly tender....
  • Parkland senior named Face of Le Femme

     
    Elizabeth Stirba, a senior at Parkland High School, was named the Face of Le Femme for 2013. Stirba competed against other area high school seniors Saturday Muhlenberg College. The competition, to kick off Teen Dating Violence Awareness month,...
  • Holiday CD by Pa. Jazz Collective to be released at Jazz Vespers service

     
    Just in time for the holidays, the Pennsylvania Jazz Collective has released a CD with regional artists performing holiday songs. “Winter Wonderland” will be available Sunday, Dec. 16, when a jazz quintet co-led by Pennsylvania Jazz Collective...
  • Get the details on Allentown's Fourth of July celebration

     
    Allentown’s 4th of July celebration is just hours away, and the city has released additional details about the festivities. A festival, which officials announced last month, will be held from 4 to 10 p.m. on July 4 outside Birney Crum Stadium on...
  • Mayfair to move to Allentown Fairgounds for its 27th year

     
    Allentown’s Mayfair Festival of the Arts, which over its 26-year history has been buffeted by bad weather and flooding at Cedar Beach, will move to a section of Allentown Fairgrounds for its 27th year, the festival announced Wednesday. Mayfair at......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: For Corbett, questions about Sandusky will always be tough ones.

     
    With former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky behind bars, convicted on 45 of 48 counts of child sexual abuse, it might have been the question that Gov. Tom Corbett thought had finally gone away. But with last week's......