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  • Expose your baby to culture with these fun outings

    Expose your baby to culture with these fun outings
    When you hear howling winds and struggle with mittens that won’t stay on chubby little hands, your instinct may be to stay inside with your baby as much as possible this winter. But, early childhood experts say, there are important reasons not to cocoon your little one at home. 
  • Eddie Van Halen visits Smithsonian to discuss his immigrant roots, innovation in music

    For Eddie Van Halen, making music is all about having good ears and a talent for experimenting with guitars and amps to create just the right sound. Now 60, Van Halen told The Associated Press he's ready to get back on the road. His band recorded a...

    Chamber ensemble Satori honors Lehigh Valley musical legacy

    Chamber ensemble Satori honors Lehigh Valley musical legacy
    During a concert by the Lehigh Valley chamber ensemble Satori not too long ago, something spooky happened during a performance of Lehigh Valley composer Paul Salerni's "Witches and Rappings" for flute, clarinet, violin and cello that had nothing to do...

    Thu Tran, 'Bad Moon,' Whistler, Tim & Eric, 'The Roosevelts'

    Thu Tran, 'Bad Moon,' Whistler, Tim & Eric, 'The Roosevelts'
    Thu Tran (slight return) (The Internet, mostly). Thu Tran, the mistress and co-architect of IFC's "Food Party," a cardboard-and-glitter, puppets-and-grub series at the top of my top list back when it was running in 2009 and 2010 -- and still is,...

    'Banner' a hit song with staying power

    'Banner' a hit song with staying power
    The sight that stirred Francis Scott Key on the morning of Sept. 14, 1814, from the deck of a ship on the Patapsco River, not only gave proof of the country's ability to survive a war with Britain. It also generated the verses that, set to a song of...