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African-American History Month

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  • Go Kids Wednesday Feb. 23

     
    Daily events for families in and around the Lehigh Valley and region. In case of bad weather, call first. Enjoy a free family music program with Music Together by Amy, at 10 a.m. Wednesday Feb. 23 at Borders on Rt. 611 in Stroudsburg. The program designed...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Tim Allwein, RIP.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're running seriously behind after a morning spent shoveling the driveway not only at Casa de Capitol Ideas but also our next door neighbor's. So we're going to dispense with the usual formalities and offer......
  • HBO's 'Thurgood' - exceptional look at race, law, life

     
    American television is generally awful when it comes to talking about race.Afraid of possibly offending anyone and absolutely terrified of tackling complex subject matter, most networks and major cable channels have come to largely avoid the topic in...
  • Obama takes a day off from diplomatic warnings, praises Algeria, then celebrates the Motown Sound

     
    Democrat quicker to praise Algeria for lifting restrictions, than some other countries for imposing them....
  • UC San Diego reacts to racially offensive e-mail

     
    UC San Diego administrators have condemned an Internet prankster who sent out a racially offensive e-mail earlier this month, but they declined to publicly identify the student or say whether any disciplinary action was taken. After receiving a campuswide...
  • Go Kids Friday Feb. 25

     
    Daily events for families in and around the Lehigh Valley and region. In case of bad weather, call first. Cirque Eloize: ID: The master performers from Canada blend acrobatics, sci-fi (think Inception, the movie), hip-hop and circus and use rock,...
  • Go Kids Saturday Feb. 25

     
    Daily events for families in and around the Lehigh Valley and region. In case of bad weather, call first. Boardwalk Bird Walk 9:00 am - A stop at the feeders to see who is visiting will be followed by a stroll along the treamside boardwalk at Pool...
  • African-American history not taught well in Fl schools, group says

     
    African-American history is not infused well into history lessons in Florida's public schools, despite a 1994 law that requires it be taught, according to a civil rights group and an Orlando state lawmaker. The group, the Inter Civic Council of the...
  • Ken Burns takes on 'The Dust Bowl'

     
    There are BIG projects from Ken Burns ("Baseball," "Jazz," and "The Civil War"), and there are the less ambitious stories ("Thomas Jefferson" and "Mark Twain") from the New Hampshire-based documentarian who has become in many ways a de facto national........
  • Favorite moments from Day 1 of TCA Winter Press Tour

     
    PBS kicked off the 2012 Television Critics Association (TCA) Winter Press Tour with a nice mix of information and entertainment. Here are my favorite moments from Day 1: 1. The B-52′s concert — Even as they celebrate their 35th anniversary...
  • Black History Month: A celebration with mixed feelings on PBS

     
    PBS' "Independent Lens" looks at Black History Month with documentaries that take a varied -- and critical -- view of the observance....
  • American Idol on TV

     
    'American Idol' Steven Tyler, left, Jennifer Lopez, Randy Jackson and Ryan Seacrest....