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Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom

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  • Michaela Conlin, a Parkland grad, has rattled 'Bones' for a decade

    Michaela Conlin, a Parkland grad, has rattled 'Bones' for a decade
    Parkland High School graduate Michaela Conlin was already a veteran of two failed TV shows when she trudged down to the 20th Century Fox lot in Century City to shoot a pilot for a police procedural called "Brennan." Even though the role of forensic...
  • Upcoming business events in the Lehigh Valley

    FRIDAYSEPT. 26 LEHIGH UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS will host "The Crisis in State and Local Government Finance: A symposium on fiscal challenges facing Pennsylvania," 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Rauch Business Center, Perella Auditorium,...
  • Dorney's parent sets revenue record

    Dorney's parent sets revenue record
      Cedar Fair Entertainment Co., owner of Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom and other amusement parks, said preliminary data show record revenues through Labor Day for the Sandusky, Ohio-based company. Revenues through Sept. 1 were at $939 million, 1...
  • Boo! Blast at Dorney Park opens for scare-free fun

    Halloween is creeping up on us -- this past weekend Boo! Blast opened at Dorney Park in South Whitehall Township. Little ones have their run of the park without any nighttime ghouls on Sundays in September when the park is open exclusively for Boo!...
  • Take a look inside the new Chickie's & Pete's

    Take a look inside the new Chickie's & Pete's
    The owners of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms have released a digital rendering of how the Chickie's & Pete's sports bar and restaurant will look inside the new PPL Center. The video depicts what will be an 8,000-square-foot restaurant that is one of three...
  • Valley's first sweetFrog closes, but another one in works

    Valley's first sweetFrog closes, but another one in works
    After less than a year of business, the Lehigh Valley’s first sweetFrog closed its doors about two weeks ago in South Whitehall Township. The frozen yogurt shop, part of a nationwide chain, was located in the Village West shopping center at 3060...
  • Valley gets double dose of Kona Ice

    Spring is officially here and if you're like me, you've welcomed it with one or all of the following: outdoor jogs, a car wash and free Rita's water ice last month. The latter has been a tradition for more than 20 years and as much as I enjoy a...
  • New Bethlehem Township fitness studio helps people get 'RIPPED'

    Despite a blip of snow a few days ago, spring is officially here. That means getting reacquainted with longer days, shorter sleeves and working out. After all, it's easy to slack off when taking refuge indoors (and under multiple layers of clothing). To...
  • D-Day veteran recalls hitting Utah Beach 70 years ago

    Raymond Davis grew up in the Montgomery County village of Palm, the son of a Mack Trucks worker. Now 89 and living in Emmaus, he remembers hitting Utah Beach on D-Day, June 6, 1944, as a private in the Army's 90th Infantry Division, and some of his...
  • Allentown Band plays Sousa and Anderson

    The summer is packed with community band concerts and this is a particularly big weekend for one of them — the Allentown Band, America's oldest civilian band. Up first is its annual concert honoring bandleader John Philip Sousa, on a rescheduled...
  • Dino versus Dino: Comparing animatronic dinosaurs at Dorney Park, Dutch Wonderland

    Ever since the film "Jurassic Park" came out in 1993, the idea of a theme park filled with the extinct creatures has tantalized our imaginations. While no one is bringing back actual dinosaurs, one of the newest trends at amusement parks has been to...