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  • REVIEW: Supra Blues Band, Cunningham & Associates are gifts at A Lehigh Valley Christmas concert

     
    At Sunday’s 17th A Lehigh Valley Christmas concert at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown, The James Supra Band was like waking up on Christmas morning. And Cunningham and Associates was like the present under the tree. Those two bands were......
  • Musikfest Day 6: Pick of the Platzes on the best free-stage day of the whole festival

     
    Wednesday marks perhaps the best day of free-stage performances in all of Musikfest’s 30th year, including my top recommendation for a free stage for the whole festival: Holly Williams at Americaplatz at 5 p.m. today. Williams opened for Jewel at......
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: The five things you need to know this morning.

     
    Good Thursday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We'd be remiss if we didn't wish a (very belated) very Happy Hanukkah to our Jewish friends this morning. As regular readers know, we celebrate both holidays here at Capitol Ideas World Headquarters, making for......
  • Bethlehem's not-so-secret mayoral matchup

     
    Take a look at the newest signs that Bethlehem’s not-so-secret mayoral matchup this year will include councilmen Robert Donchez and J. William Reynolds: The councilmen, who are not up for re-election this year, emailed those updated headshots to the...
  • Formal announcements set in Bethlehem mayor's race

     
    Let the campaign season begin! Bethlehem City Councilman J. William Reynolds is expected to be the first to announce his bid for mayor Tuesday when he makes his formal announcement in front of his Elizabeth Street home. He sent out a news release over the...
  • Belinski won't run for reelection

     
    Bethlehem City Councilwoman Jean Belinski is making this year her last on council. Elected to council in 1998, the 78-year-old Democrat had served as a watchdog on three administrations and helped make decisions to shape the city redeveloped from an...
  • Reibman announces economic development plan

     
    Glenn Reibman listed off the accomplishments of his previous terms in county office Thursday before announcing his plans for the next. The former Northampton County executive announced his plan to expand the tax base by encouraging businesses to locate in...
  • Kudos to Commissioners

     
    Between the recent CDBG saber-rattling and last week’s decision to kill the Bi-County Health Bureau, I haven’t had much positive to say about the Lehigh County commissioners. Today, I actually do. I was pleasantly surprised to see the board...
  • Allentown Fair to have music, midway, monkeys and more to mooooove you

     
    When the Allentown Fair opens Aug. 28, it will be like the song in the movie “All That Jazz.” Everything old is new again. Allentown Fair's made-over mascott, Moodonna One of the fair’s biggest attractions will be The Civil War......
  • A Lehigh Valley Christmas, a show as eclectic as its community

     
    "Merry Christmas" is always spelled the same way, but it sounds colorful and rich when great Lehigh Valley musicians express it in their art. "A Lehigh Valley Christmas" which celebrated its 16th concert Sunday at Allentown's Miller Symphony Hall was........
  • Croslis sworn in as county executive

     
    Matt Croslis was sworn in as county executive during a private ceremony Thursday afternoon, according to a news release. President Judge Carol McGinley swore him in before family. He will serve through January. Croslis was appointed Wednesday evening by...