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  • Wednesday Morning Coffee: And You Can Make Them Like You.

     
    Good Wednesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Political personality Sarah Palin brought her "Look at Me!!!" tour to Philadelphia yesterday. Our Washington colleague Colby Itkowitz was among the press horde who waited for hours for the half-term former Alaska...
  • Palin playing hard to get, in PA today

     
    Sarah Palin must have been quite the heartbreaker in her dating days because she has mastered the age-old game of playing hard to get. If the media are her suitors (and if you read national political coverage this weekend they......
  • Piper Palin shares her mom's hot and cold attitude toward the media

     
    Piper Palin, Sarah's 10 year old daughter is getting great reviews from the press even though she appears bothered by them....
  • National Parks offer free admisssion on Sept. 24, 2011

     
    This September 24, the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation, the official charity of America’s national parks, invite Americans to go for a walk, kick a ball, plant a tree, or simply relax in a national park in observance of...
  • Event listings: Find road races in Central Florida

     
    So we've tried to make it easier for you by listing all the road races that we've found coming up in the Central Florida region....
  • Allentown marks its 250th with September festival and parade

     
    Allentown announced it will host a festival and a parade from Ninth Street to the Fairgrounds on Sept. 29 to mark its 250th anniversary. On Wednesday morning, Mayor Ed Pawlowski and other city officials announced a parade showcasing Allentown's past and...
  • Family Summer Freebies - museums and more

     
    Historic District ArtWalk and Kids' Corner: From 4-8 p.m. the last Saturday of each month, artists and musicians line the sidewalks of Bethlehem's Main and Broad streets. Free art activities for kids including finger painting, coloring contest, sidewalk...
  • One Person Killed In North Highlands Mobile Home Fire

    One Person Killed In North Highlands Mobile Home Fire
    Sacramento Metro District Firefighters are investigating a fatal mobile home fire in North Higlands. Just before 6 p.m. dispatch received a call about a mobile home on fire in the 4800 block of Liberty Bell Lane. When firefighters arrived, they say...
  • Simon Says - Shuttle Snub

    Simon Says - Shuttle Snub
    NASA`s Decision To Not Retire A Shuttle Here...felt Like This NATS: Punch In The Gut It Hurts ....and Now After A Few Days Of Hearing 'Houston We Have A Problem' And Comparisons Like : No Shuttle Here...is Like Taking The Grand Ole Opry In Nashville....
  • The President's House in Philadelphia tells a story of early U.S. presidents

    The President's House in Philadelphia tells a story of early U.S. presidents
    In school, I was taught that George Washington could not tell a lie, but I never knew that he owned more than 300 slaves. I learned that lesson in December, when I visited the new President's House and its exhibit, "Freedom and Slavery in Making a New...
  • The God Squad: Some spiritual truths surrounding Memorial Day

    I'm always eager to restore meaning and magnificence to holidays that have been stripped bare of their true and deep significance by a flood of hot dogs, parades, auto races and yard sales. Memorial Day is one of America's true hidden spiritual gems....
  • City Profile: Allentown

    The largest of three Lehigh Valley cities, Allentown sits 60 miles north of Philadelphia and 90 miles west of New York City. It was founded in 1762 by William Allen, a former mayor of Philadelphia. The city is known for its award-winning parks system, The...