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  • Salute to Leonard Bernstein

    Abe Freed, 85, of Lantana, said he is not quite old enough to have seen the original Broadway production in 1944 of "On the Town," iconic composer Leonard Bernstein's first Broadway show. However, the Brooklyn native did see a revival of "On the Town" on...
  • ‘Gruff!’ is a playful romp with a serious message

     
    “Gruff!” the children’s show through July 26 at Muhlenberg Summer Music Theatre, playfully uses goats and trolls to address the very serious topic of preserving the environment. The show is a world premiere by Doppelskope, a New York...
  • "Gruff!" at the Lehigh Valley Zoo

     
    Join the goats and trolls of "Gruff!" for some fun at the Lehigh Valley Zoo Sunday. The cast will present scenes from the show 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Zoo's Peacock Pavilion. Zoo admission is $12; $11, seniors and $10, ages 2-11. The zoo is at...
  • Activist promises to hold NIZ employers accountable

     
    With the opening of Allentown's PPL Center arena about two months away, there has been increased focus on who will get the venue's 300-plus full and part-time jobs. Allentown School Board member CeCe Gerlach promised on Tuesday to hold operators of PPL...
  • Keep Schizophrenia Program Alive

    Since 1822, Hartford's Institute of Living has been a leader in mental health care. Inside this beloved institution, one can find a number of brilliant programs, aiming to treat and assist some of the most vulnerable members of our society. Among...
  • Eli Wallach dies at 98; actor best known for two classic westerns

    Eli Wallach dies at 98; actor best known for two classic westerns
    When Eli Wallach strolled down the mean streets of Manhattan, the tune followed him everywhere. People saw him coming and they started whistling the ominous opening bars of Ennio Morricone’s theme to “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.”...
  • 'Canes headed to Brooklyn Hoops Holiday Invitational

    Miami's basketball team will be spending a few days in New York this season.  The school announced Wednesday it has accepted an invitation for the Hurricanes to play in this year's Brooklyn Hoops Holiday Classic at the Barclays Center.  Miami is one...
  • READER SUBMITTED: 102-Year-Old Resident Receives Mulberry Gardens Senior Pageant Crown

    Residents of Mulberry Gardens of Southington were feeling regal June 11 when many of the women, dressed in their finest and wearing tiaras, participated in the fifth annual senior pageant. The Ms. Mulberry Gardens 2014 Senior Pageant featured a grand...
  • Visiting an iPic Theater and considering moviegoing's past, future

    Visiting an iPic Theater and considering moviegoing's past, future
    I treated myself to the latest and most extravagant in theatrical experiences a few days ago, but instead of making me excited about the arrival of the future, it made me melancholy about the loss of the past. Not that my trip to the excellent new...
  • Homebuilder buys waterfront sites in Boynton

    K. Hovnanian Homes plans to build an upscale residential development on nearly five acres in Boynton Beach. The New Jersey-based builder acquired a 4.1-acre parcel at 2632 N. Federal Highway and two small lots at 2626 and 2637 Lake Drive. The land has...
  • Zach LaVine is living his dream

    SEATTLE Look at Zach LaVine now, emotions overflowing, lips moving though he's talking to no one. The skinny kid from Bothell High School, who was just a 140-pound scoring machine seemingly 10 minutes ago, is an NBA player. And not just any NBA player a...