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  • Three local college basketball players honored

     
    DeSales junior Sondrine Glovas is the Freedom Conference Player of the Week for the second consecutive. The Wilson High graduate averaged 20.0 points, 7.0 rebounds, 3.0 assists, and 5.0 steals in leading DeSales to a 2-0 record. She totaled 21......
  • Another banner week for local college players

     
    Area college basketball teams and players had another banner stretch last week. Here's a look at the best of the best: MUHLENBERG: Junior Kevin Hargrove was named Centennial Conference player of the week after leading the Mules to a pair......
  • PIAA track seeds for all area athletes

     
    Saucon Valley’s Elizabeth Chikotas, Bangor’s Bryan Pearson, East Stroudsburg South’s Demetrius Lanier, Salisbury’s Dan Reichenbach, Quakertown’s Jody-Ann Evans and North Schuylkill’s Carter Green all share the same...
  • Allentown's free Blues, Brews & Barbecues downtown festival is just as advertised

     
    When it comes to truth in advertising, Allentown’s sixth annual Blues, Brews & Barbecue Festival on Saturday says it all. That’s precisely what’s being offered at the free event. Blues, Brews &Barbecue will be noon-10 p.m. June 8 on...
  • PIAA track weather, time slate for area athletes

     
    It has been a brutal spring weather wise. However, comfortable, dry conditions could be the light at the end of the tunnel for the PIAA Track & Field Championships, which are Friday and Saturday at Shippensburg University. According to weather.com,......
  • Look to the stars at area planetariums

     
    There’s a lot to see in the sky — Jupiter and its moons, a comet that has just appeared above the horizon and the hazy spiral of the Andromeda galaxy. And two area planetariums are offering a great deal: public shows to encourage people to...
  • Picking up on the thread of agressive driving by pickup-truck owners

     
    Monday's column on whether owners of pickup-trucks, SUVs and other oversize vehicles tend to drive more aggressively than average drew a couple of interesting comments: ------------------------------------------------------- Your column on pickup...
  • Get the details on Allentown's Fourth of July celebration

     
    Allentown’s 4th of July celebration is just hours away, and the city has released additional details about the festivities. A festival, which officials announced last month, will be held from 4 to 10 p.m. on July 4 outside Birney Crum Stadium on...
  • Colonial League ready to break a sweat

     
    Colonial League football season is underway Wednesday with the PIAA's institution of heat acclimation days. All that is missing is the heat. Eight of the 12 programs are using three days this week to go one-a-day, no-pads workouts: Bangor, Catasauqua,.......
  • Review: Rewarding Vesper and Chamber Series concerts expand musical horizons

     
    The last three weekdays of Musikfest brought rewarding performances to the Vesper and Chamber series of concerts at Central Moravian Church and the Old Chapel. I was able to hear three of the six programs, focusing on the most traditionally classical. Yet...
  • Kutztown University's Schaeffer Auditorium to reopen after expansion, renovation

     
    Kutztown University’s venerable Schaeffer Auditorium, which in its 73 years has offered events as diverse as a performance by Billy Joel and a lecture by Dr. Jack Kevorkian, is about to reopen after a 20-month, $20 million renovation that increased....