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  • In Times Of Need, He Opened His Heart And His Home

    The Depression and the loss of his father left indelible marks on Bud Hartshorn. He grew up in loving but modest circumstances, and as an adult, he opened his home to many people whose own lives were challenging, either emotionally or financially, and...
  • First 'Lehigh Valley Dancing With the Stars' was fun and boisterous

    First 'Lehigh Valley Dancing With the Stars' was fun and boisterous
    WFMZ news anchor Eve Tannery shook her hips and booty into a win Friday night at the first Lehigh Valley Dancing with the Stars, a benefit for the Freddy Awards. Tannery, wearing a short, sparkly peach dress that swirled through a 90-second salsa dance,...
  • Dancing with the Lehigh Valley Stars was terrifying, amazing

    Dancing with the Lehigh Valley Stars was terrifying, amazing
    I almost never have trouble sleeping, but I tossed and turned all last week as steps, music and most of all, the jump, danced wildly through my head. I'll back up in case you haven't been paying attention to my columns, my blog, social media or local...
  • 'Lengthen and strengthen' at barre3

    'Lengthen and strengthen' at barre3
    Warm weather is here again! This means getting reacquainted with longer days, shorter sleeves and, if you're a winter bum like me, harder workouts. Whether you are looking to lose weight, build strength or just improve your overall well-being,...
  • Mnikesa Whitaker Pushes Past Pain Of Debilitating Disease To Share The Gift Of Dance

    Mnikesa Whitaker Pushes Past Pain Of Debilitating Disease To Share The Gift Of Dance
    NEW HAVEN — When Mnikesa Whitaker started a ballet program at Fair Haven K-8 Middle School four years ago, she didn't expect much interest. "I thought it would be a couple of girls and me," said Whitaker, an English teacher at the school. "Seventy...
  • Ballet Theatre of Maryland ends season with a strut

    Ballet Theatre of Maryland ends season with a strut
    Her hair and makeup done, Kate Baier prepared to make an appearance in front of the crowd. It wouldn't be the first time the Ballet Theatre of Maryland apprentice performed in front of an audience — but something was different. Instead of a...
  • Video: Orlando Ballet opens comic 'Coppélia'

     Video: Orlando Ballet opens comic 'Coppélia'
    WHAT: Orlando Ballet presents the classic ballet "Coppélia," a comedy based on stories by E.T.A. Hoffman. He's a big name in the ballet world as "The Nutcracker and the Mouse King," the inspiration for the world's best-known ballet, was also written by...
  • 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...
  • Kevin James talks 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' with Kidsday

    Kevin James talks 'Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2' with Kidsday
    After seeing “Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2,” Kidsday reporters Darwin Esteban, Brendan Kilcommons and classmate Violet Rand went to the AOL offices in Manhattan to talk to the movie’s star, Kevin James. Here is part of their interview with him...
  • Community News for South Windsor

    Paws in the Park SOUTH WINDSOR - The annual Paws in the Park free event will take place Saturday, May 2, from 9:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Nevers Park in South Windsor. Paws in the Park, coordinated by the South Windsor Jaycees, has plenty of attractions...
  • How Lincoln Center manages the kind of programming L.A. Music Center needs

    How Lincoln Center manages the kind of programming L.A. Music Center needs
    From the day it opened, Lincoln Center, one of the world's grandest arts complexes, has struggled to get it right. That first night in 1962 in Philharmonic Hall (now Avery Fisher Hall and soon to be renamed after David Geffen) was not a great success....