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  • Next tropical storm won't be easy to pronounce: Isaias

    Next tropical storm won't be easy to pronounce: Isaias
    If another tropical storm forms in the Atlantic basin this season, it will be named Isaias. The proper pronunciation: ees-ah-EE-ahs. Trying saying that five times fast. I can see television weather forecasters stumbling all over this one. I'm having a...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses
    LISA VUKOVIC KRAJNAK, a sales associate at Weichert, Realtors' Easton office, was recently recognized for her exceptional industry success in September. Vukovic Krajnak was a top producer in serving the Main Line, Bucks, Chester, Delaware,...
  • 'Gone Girl,' 'Annabelle' in Dead Heat at Weekend Box Office

    Summer popcorn season seems like a distant memory. After flooding multiplexes with cinematic confections pegged at teenagers, studios are finally offering up more substantive fare geared at adults. "Gone Girl" and "Annabelle," two R-rated films...
  • 'Homeland' Actor Stars in Israeli Indie Feature

    Navid Negahban's most famous alter ago, "Homeland" terrorist mastermind Abu Nazir, was certainly no fan of Israel. But Negahban, whose quiet, almost sympathetic performance of the jihadist shot him to fame in 2011, fell in love with the Jewish state while...
  • Why UC Berkeley got it wrong on Bill Maher's speech

    Why UC Berkeley got it wrong on Bill Maher's speech
    There’s been a great deal of celebration about UC Berkeley sticking to its invitation to Bill Maher as a commencement speaker. Free speech in the cradle of the free speech movement, students should be open to provocative views that differ from their...
  • Jerusalem remains tense as Al Aqsa mosque partially reopens

    Jerusalem remains tense as Al Aqsa mosque partially reopens
    Jerusalem remained tense Friday as the Al Aqsa mosque was partially reopened to Muslim worshipers while Palestinians clashed with police around the city in a "day of rage" against Israeli policies. A temporary ban on access to the Muslim holy site was...
  • Museum dedicated to Jewish history in Poland opens in Warsaw

    A museum dedicated to the history of Jews in Poland officially opened in Warsaw this week at the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto. The museum opened its doors to the public last year, but the event Tuesday formally inaugurated the institution, whose...
  • Book Events: Authors Live!, 'Scrooge' Fun And Anne Rice

    Book Events: Authors Live!, 'Scrooge' Fun And Anne Rice
    A free family event centered on Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" will be presented by Hartford Stage and author Carlo DeVito at Barnes & Noble at Blue Back Square in West Hartford on Saturday, Nov. 8, from 1 to 3 p.m. DeVito will talk about his...
  • Around Town: Here's a not-so-scary guide to haunted fun

    The Halloween season officially began in August at the Montrose CVS, and will conclude Friday night. Meanwhile, the local merchants are gearing up for Christmas and it’s never too early to prepare for the Rose Parade. In that spirit, here’...
  • Wedded: Carly Hamburger and Joe Ornstein

    Wedded: Carly Hamburger and Joe Ornstein
    Date: Aug. 16 Her story: Carly Hamburger, 29, grew up in Owings Mills. She is a health educator for the American Lung Association. Her parents, Lisa and Rick Hamburger, live in Owings Mills. His story: Joe Ornstein, 27, grew up in Charleston, S.C....
  • Name-calling flap is latest sign of tension between Israel and U.S.

    A flap over an American official’s reported use of a barnyard epithet to describe Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu illustrates a more serious debate over whether the country’s ties with the United States have been irretrievably...