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Bear Creek Mountain Resort & Conference Center

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  • Lehigh Valley events include Bear Creek's Spring Wine & Food Festival, Lewis Black at Sands Bethlehem Event Center and Historic Bethlehem's Community Day

    LEWIS BLACK 1 Comedian Lewis Black's stand-up show, "The Rant is Due," hits the Sands Bethlehem Event Center at 8 Friday nightt. "The Daily Show" veteran, known for his political and social commentary, won Grammy Awards for Best Comedy Album in 2007 and...
  • Blue Mountain ski free offer can result in quadriceps grief for over-70 crowd

    For those who grew up in New York's snow belt, which begins south of Buffalo and gets really nasty east of Lake Ontario, it is incomprehensible how people in the balmy climes of Pennsylvania can get upset over a dusting of 2 feet or less now and then....
  • Skiers and snowboarders urged to be prepared

    Skiing has changed tremendously over the last 20 years. Equipment technology improvements allow skiers and snowboarders to go faster, turn easier and execute runs and other maneuvers with very little skill over the same terrain that used to cause frequent...
  • Weather cooperates for Eastern Pa. ski and snowboard season

    You just know it's going to be a good snow sports season when ski resorts open by Thanksgiving. Blue Mountain Ski Area near Palmerton and Bear Creek Mountain Resort near Macungie both opened well ahead of the mid-December curve this season, and the public...
  • Lea set to race in Saturday's Iron Hill Crit

    One of the more popular criterium races in the region is the annual Iron Hill Twilight Criterium, which will take place over an eight-block area in downtown West Chester Saturday evening. Last year, the event added an amateur competition, and this...
  • Bicycling Fall Classic to take place Sunday, Oct. 6

    George Hincapie lived through the so-called golden age of cycling in the 1990s and 2000s that included the infamous doping problems of Tyler Hamilton, Floyd Landis, and finally, after years of denial, Lance Armstrong. "There's no doubt that when I...
  • Tough Mudder race bringing 21,000 people to Schnecksville

    They're calling it the Philadelphia Tough Mudder, but we're calling it the hometown Tough Mudder in the Lehigh Valley. According to Meghan Chisolm of DKC Public relations, Marketing & Government Affairs, which is promoting the event, about 21,000...
  • Family Summer Freebies - movies

     
    You won't be able to see first run hits, but there are plenty of second-run free movies on big screens at parks and in movie theaters. For outdoor movies, shows start at dusk. Allentown: “Puss in Boots,” June 29, Roosevelt Park; “The...
  • Bicycling magazine's 2012 Fall Classic has rides for everyone

    Bicycling magazine is at it again for the second straight year. The 2012 Bicycling Fall Classic, presented by Specialized, will take place Sunday, Oct. 7, from the Valley Preferred Cycling Center and will once again feature the "Roubaix-style" finish...
  • Blue Mountain Freeriders having USASA success

    Chuck Braun couldn't contain his excitement Wednesday night. Not only was it his 16th birthday, but he received one of the best presents ever from his parents. Braun received funding for a trip to the United States of America Snowboard Association...
  • Burfoot heads to Boston for 45th anniversary of his win there

    Amby Burfoot says he has surprised himself this year. The 66-year-old Emmaus resident is training more and running more than he has in 20 years, and he's been doing it at a perfect time. On Monday, Burfoot will toe the line for the start of the Boston...