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Don Cunningham

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  • Arts News: Free Symphony tickets for students

    FREE SYMPHONY TICKETS FOR STUDENTS The Allentown Symphony Association is offering free tickets to Lehigh Valley students in grades 1-12 and college students up to age 25 with a student ID to orchestra concerts for the remainder of the 2014-15 season....
  • A-Treat closing after nearly a century in Allentown

    A-Treat closing after nearly a century in Allentown
    Goodbye, A-Treat. Birthday parties and barbecues, field trips and family picnics won't be the same without you. Those are the events where generations of Lehigh Valley residents learned to love the many varieties of soda produced in A-Treat's east...
  • Report: Lehigh Valley economy an also-ran globally

    Report: Lehigh Valley economy an also-ran globally
    Lehigh Valley business leaders like to tout the region's status as an up-and-coming economy. A new report suggests that when it comes to growth, it still has a way to go. With $1 billion in new construction in the works, the Neighborhood Improvement...
  • Can the Americus hotel be saved?

    Can the Americus hotel be saved?
    The polished French marble is still impressive and the crystal chandelier above the grand ballroom is a reminder of how elegant the Americus Center hotel once was, but some city leaders have begun to question whether the historic landmark can be saved....
  • L.V. trivia game inspires some new questions

    L.V. trivia game inspires some new questions
    One of my former colleagues sent me an email the other day about Lehigh Valley Trivia Quest, which went on sale this Christmas season and is a fundraiser for the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce. "Have you seen the new trivia game from the...
  • Now Billy Joel won't perform in Allentown

    Now Billy Joel won't perform in Allentown
    I was sincerely disappointed when reading a Your View ("Billy Joel's 'Allentown' doesn't apply any more") by Don Cunningham. When I came across a vituperative diatribe insulting this artist multiple times, I felt offended. Billy Joel's ability to...
  • Reeb Millwork plans 100-job expansion in south Bethlehem

    Reeb Millwork plans 100-job expansion in south Bethlehem
    Reeb Millwork Corp., a longtime Lehigh Valley distributor of building materials, plans to add 100 jobs as it begins an expansion next year at a business park on former Bethlehem Steel land. While maintaining its headquarters and operations in Fountain...
  • Retailers remake Easton

    Retailers remake Easton
    The day after Thanksgiving, on the outskirts of Easton, a frenzied line of shoppers battled for deals on big-screen TVs and DVD players. Downtown, other customers quietly wandered into the Mercantile Home on Northampton Street to browse and buy...
  • Lehigh Valley courting foreign investment

    Lehigh Valley courting foreign investment
    Taizhou Fuling Plastics' headquarters is in one of southeastern China's most important industrial zones. The coastal city of Wenling, with a population of more than 1.4 million, is part of Zhejiang Province, a rising player in China's economic...
  • Scene: Hot cars and guitars at America on Wheels gala

    Scene: Hot cars and guitars at America on Wheels gala
    Fast cars and rock 'n' roll have always delivered eclectic harmony as they eased on down the road together. But at the America on Wheels Hot Cars & Guitars Moonlight Memories Gala Dec. 6 they peeled out and didn't look back. The Allentown museum...
  • What can Allentown expect from Tom Wolf?

    What can Allentown expect from Tom Wolf?
    Political endorsements are inherently dangerous. Pick the right candidate and you've curried favor with the powers that be. But back the wrong horse and you've shot yourself in the foot before anyone takes the oath of office. In the spring, Allentown'...