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  • Rodgers Forge ES offers a fond farewell to Rainwater

    The Rodgers Forge Elementary School family experienced pangs of sadness as Dr. Brenda Rainwater retired after 30 years in the Baltimore County Public School System — many of them at Rodgers Forge. At Rodgers Forge, her skills as a special educator,...
  • Allentown's Crocodile Rock club for sale?

     
    Crocodile Rock Café, the downtown Allentown club that has offered top national musical acts since 1999 and consistently is ranked among the Top 50 ticket-selling venues of its size in the world, is for sale. The club, at 520 W.......
  • Croc Rock, Penn's Peak, Sherman Theater make list of best-selling venues worldwide

     
    Allentown’s Crocodile Rock Café was in the Top 75 club venues worldwide for ticket sales in 2010, and Penn's Peak near Jim Thorpe in the Top 100 for theaters, according to the industry publication Pollstar magazine. Stroudsburg’s Sherman Th...
  • Benefit concert for gas explosion victims brings support, good music

     
    It’s 6 p.m. Friday at Allentown’s Crocodile Rock Cafe, and Lehigh Valley classic rock band Ozone Riders is on the main stage, playing a scorching song. In the club’s pub area, Bill Ludlow is putting on an Elvis show. And......
  • Snoop Dogg to play area show, fo' shizzle

     
    It’s a big show, fo' shizzle. Rapper Snoop Dogg, who has sold more than 25 million albums, starred in movies and reality TV shows, and was featured on last summer’s No. 1 song “California Gurls,” will play Allentown’s...
  • Concert raises $1,500 for Allentown gas explosion victims, spurs more benefit shows

     
    A March 18 benefit concert to raise money for the victims of a Feb. 9 natural gas explosion and fire in Allentown that killed five people raised $1,500, But organizers had hoped for more, and it has spurred at least......
  • Snoop Dogg at Crocodile Rock tonight: Don't speak unless spoke-izzle to

     
    If you see rapper Snoop Dogg walk past you in Allentown today, maybe it’s best not to try to approach him. You may end up in the Dogg house. At least that’s true for the staff at Allentown’s Crocodile Rock......
  • Croc Rock benefit raises funds for gas blast victims, good feelings for participants

     
    Vocalist Rob Fox of the Long Island, N.Y., pop-punk group Score 24 was on stage in the Elite Room at Allentown’s Crocodile Rock Cafe on Saturday night, just three songs into the set and already sweating from an energetic performance.......
  • Oswego crash victim identified

    Oswego crash victim identified
    Weather and road conditions appear to have been factors in a crash that killed a 51-year-old woman in Oswego on Thursday, police said. Oswego police identified the victim Friday morning as Cindy Borgra, 51, of the 23000 block of West Link Lane in...
  • Tricks with a knife

    Tricks with a knife
    "The Collected Works of Billy the Kid" was first published by a small press in the 1970s when its author, Michael Ondaatje, was still in his 20s and two decades away from the success and fame that would arrive with "The English Patient." Yet this early...
  • Is there room for Zora in Eatonville's transformation?

    Is there room for Zora in Eatonville's transformation?
    Two decades ago, Eatonville used its link to Harlem Renaissance writer Zora Neale Hurston to get noticed by the world. Now, as the community attempts to transform itself into a major African-American cultural destination, leaders are struggling to define...
  • Decision near for landmark Americus

    Imagine the Lehigh Valley's largest city with a premier high- rise hotel at one of its key downtown intersections -- just blocks from the seat of county government and the federal building and around the corner from Symphony Hall and the Allentown Art...