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  • College lines: Harford residents earn degrees, honors

    SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY: Three local students were named to Susquehanna University's dean's list for the spring 2012 semester. The dean's list recognizes students who achieve a grade point average of 3.4 or higher out of a possible 4.0 for the semester. To...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •Log Home Bus Tour, tour seven log homes in the Lehigh County Log Cabin Trail, Oct. 12, $20. Hivel Un Dahl, Bruce, 610-395-9836. •Palaces and Pumpkins, tour of Washington Irving's Home and admission to Great Jack O'Lanterns...
  • Get cultured: Lehigh Valley fall arts preview

    Get cultured: Lehigh Valley fall arts preview
    A colorful and creative season of performances, exhibits and events for young and older has begun in the Lehigh Valley. It's a season of premieres and anniversaries. A season of classics and cutting edge works. A season of reflection and a season of fun....
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    CARLOS ALVAREZ has joined the department of surgery at Doylestown Hospital in association with VIAA Surgical Associates. Dr. Alvarez earned a medical degree at the University of South Florida College of Medicine in Florida. He also completed his...
  • Theater review: Anniversary production of 'Hair' is a celebration

    Theater review: Anniversary production of 'Hair' is a celebration
    The energy is palpable in "Hair," the new production that celebrates the 40th anniversary of the Guthsville Playhouse production of 1974-75. It starts before the show even begins, as the "tribe" mills around outside on the lawn of Cedar Crest College'...
  • Shakespeare in the Park stages '40s-era 'Othello'

    Allentown's Shakespeare in the Park is growing. The free community production by professional actors in Allentown's scenic Joseph S. Daddona Lake and Terrace, in its seventh year, will have its largest and most complex set ever and, for the first time,...
  • Parkland High School gets a new assistant principal

    Parkland High School gets a new assistant principal
    A veteran English teacher from the Bethlehem Area School District was chosen to be a new assistant principal at Parkland High School. Crystal N. George, who taught English at Freedom High School for 18 years, will replace Anthony Naradko as one of...
  • Father, son bond over music; reunite for jazz concert

    Father, son bond over music; reunite for jazz concert
    Virtuoso violinist and Brazilian music pioneer and expert Ted Falcon has had several music mentors in his life, but none has a more special place in his heart than his father, Allentown guitarist Marvin Falcon. "I grew up listening to my dad give guitar...
  • Re-creating the Tribe

    Re-creating the Tribe
    During a recent rehearsal for a new local production of the rock musical "Hair," 61-year-old Thomas Ortalano spontaneously starts singing the words to the song "Donna." Before long, 19-year-old Tyler Fernandez and the rest of the young cast chime in and...
  • Hit musical "Book of Mormon" opens in Philly

    "The Book of Mormon," the irreverent Tony-winning musical comedy from Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creators of the "South Park" TV series, may be "vulgar and shocking" but it also leaves audiences with an unexpected uplifting message, says K.J....
  • South Whitehall planners oppose electronic billboard

    By Margie Peterson, Special to The Morning Call Prospects for an electronic billboard at Cedar Crest Boulevard and the Hamilton Street Bypass dimmed when the South Whitehall Township Planning Commission voted against it Thursday. Jay King, owner of...
  • Abigail Casey: Home-schooled students face a unique search for college

    Abigail Casey: Home-schooled students face a unique search for college
    There is a category of the species Homo sapiens termed "the home-schoolers." These families work diligently to educate their children at home, allowing them the freedom to learn standard course work, often complemented by an eclectic mix of...