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  • Birds of the Lehigh Valley second edition available now

    The Lehigh Valley Audubon Society's second edition of "Birds of the Lehigh Valley and Vicinity" is now available, and the updated version includes 120 wonderful color photos of some of the most commonly observed birds in the region. These photos will...
  • Catty's Edwards and Salisbury's Williams make early Division I decisions

    Catty's Edwards and Salisbury's Williams make early Division I decisions
    Once upon a time, there were Lehigh Valley products sprinkled throughout Division I softball programs. Temple, under the late Ronnie Maurek a few decades ago, always seemed to have its roster loaded with local kids. Terri Adams, first as a Temple...
  • Northampton County election another shocker

    Northampton County election another shocker
    Almost exactly 20 years ago today, I began my column this way: Like many of you, I'm sitting here with my mouth hanging open, trying to figure out Tuesday's election results. I have proven time and again that I don't have a clue when it comes to...
  • Blizzard's fury was no match for young looove

    The Doctor is in. "A grand slalom-like drive in the dark through the Rocky Mountains was the weekend routine for my then-new boyfriend Fred in the winter of our courtship," wrote Sue Lucrezi of Lower Saucon Township. "After working 60+ hours a week as...
  • Costco mystique casts tantalizing spell

    Costco mystique casts tantalizing spell
    "I can't believe this," said Neil Greenbaum, waving the newspaper at his wife. "They're starting another big push for this stupid Hamilton Crossings scheme in Lower Macungie Township." "Coooostco," said his wife. "Who in his right mind would offer tax...
  • Congress still gets paid while government is closed

    Congress still gets paid while government is closed
    Congress has failed so miserably that it can't even keep the government open for business. But our representatives and senators still will get paid for failing to do their job. Rest assured it's not because they are considered "essential" personnel...
  • Art auction to benefit Allentown Arts Academy

     
    Here's a chance to get an affordable piece of art and support a great program that helps young artists in the Allentown School District. The fourth annual art show and sale sponsored by the Allentown Arts Academy Alliance will feature more than 50 eight-...
  • Channing Tatum and Academy Unveil 'Team Oscar'

    The six members of "Team Oscar" have been unveiled, with all of them set to deliver Oscar statuettes to the presenters at the March 2 Oscarcast. The six, chosen via a college search, were announced on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" by the Oscar host, along...
  • Billy Joel sells out Philly's Citizens Bank Park in a flash

     
    It has taken Billy Joel five years to come back to Philadelphia, and just minutes to sell out that show. Billy Joel Tickets for Joel’s Aug. 2 concert at Citizens Bank Park -- his first solo headlining appearance at the......
  • Valentine's Day is for the birds

    Do your sweetheart a favor on Friday: Take the day off and spend some time cuddling up outside in the cold, or in the warmth of a kitchen with a nice cup of coffee while you check out your trees, shrubs, clotheslines, backyard bird feeder or all of the...
  • For Tallamy, Muhlenberg, it's been a series of fortunate events

    Leanna Tallamy can move a large bale of hay and toss a bag of corn with ease. She never realized how much she missed life on the family farm in Wantage Township, N.J., until she could not make it home for the family-run rodeo in October 2011. The...