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  • AT&T and Verizon offer free wireless calls and texting, temporarily, from U.S. to Japan [Updated]

     
    AT&T said on Monday that it wireless calls and text messages sent from the U.S. to Japan will be free for the rest of March, in light of the crisis that has resulted from Japan's earthquake and tsunami. Calls and texts as far back as Friday, March 11,...
  • Earthquakes and the End Times: Or not

     
    There have been lots of Sunday sermons on the End Times since Japan was hit by an earthquake, a tsunami, and a nuclear reactor metldown. But a new poll finds few Americans believe that God punishes nations with earthquakes, floods, tidal waves and other...
  • Gearing up for the Easter Bunny - Go Kids Easter events

     
    Bunny Lunch: 11 a.m. Saturday, Lehighton Recreation Center, Eighth St., Lehighton. Visit from Peter Cottontail, candy, balloon, hot dogs, baked beans, chips, dessert, beverage. Bring your camera. Tickets: 610-377-1053, 570-386-4569. Bunny Brunch: noon-3...
  • Weekend reviews: Rio, Conspirator endorsed, Scream 4 not so much

     
    “Rio” took me and most critics utterly by surprise. Blue Sky Studios has been churning out inferior “Ice Age” sequels for so long I didn't think they had something this sweet, pretty and fun in them. Inspired voice casting, great...
  • Evanston Organist Showcases Music and Rhythm at Easter Service

     
    British composer James Whitbourn's highly-acclaimed "Prayer of Desmond Tutu" will be one of several exceptional music selections conducted by Dr. Ross Updegraff of Evanston at …...
  • Anti-abortionist makes some conservative Christians nervous

     
    Religion News Service reporter Daniel Burke writes about anti-abortion activist Lila Rose, who spoke Wednesday at the seventh annual National Catholic Prayer Breakfast in Washington along with Newt Gingrich. Read why Rose, founder of Live Action makes...
  • Alumni group promotes gay awareness on Wheaton College campus

     
    Wheaton College graduates are looking to build awareness and support for the gay community on the conservative Christian campus through the formation of a group …...
  • Grayson enters WMFE-24 fray

     
    WASHINGTON — As the pending sale of WMFE-Channel 24 heads to the Federal Communications Commission for approval, former U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson is urging supporters to complain so that PBS — and its lineup of “Sesame Street” to &#...
  • Stemberger: not guilty of Rifqa Bary ethical misconduct

     
    The Florida Bar has dropped its grievance complaint against conservative Christian attorney John Stemberger in his representation of  Rifqa Bary, the runaway Muslim teenager who sparked a custody battle between her parents in Ohio and an Orlando church in...
  • Doomsday day: Signs, signs, everywhere a sign

     
    OK, first of all, sorry for this rush post. It's got to go up quick because, well, you know, Saturday is doomsday day, so talk about publish or perish! Honestly, I hadn't put much stock in this latest prediction. The......
  • Public invited to hear Rev. John Bell

     
    Two area churches are inviting the public to join them next month when they will open their doors for renowned hymn writer and preacher, Rev. …...