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  • Guilty plea in crash that left Lafayette student in coma

    Guilty plea in crash that left Lafayette student in coma
    Wilson Kneebone admitted Friday he is responsible for the hit-and-run crash that left Lafayette College freshman Aubrey Baumbach in a coma, but the possibility of a seven-year maximum prison sentence may not be the end of his criminal liability in the...
  • Youth camp generates lots of ideas for Easton

    Today's youth are tomorrow's leaders, but a group of students has some big ideas for Easton right now. During Wednesday night's City Council meeting, participants in the Mayor's Summer Youth Camp gave the council their impressions of Easton, its...
  • The science of summer fun at Lehigh Valley libraries

    The science of summer fun at Lehigh Valley libraries
    Ayden Rojas of Bethlehem knows what he wants to do when he gets older. "When I'm 18, I'm going to the moon," the 6-year-old says confidently. Lehigh University physics professor Gary DeLeo seeks to ignite the imaginations of Rojas and about 20 other...
  • Bruce Allen Murphy: Why Scalia agrees police need warrants to search cellphones

    Bruce Allen Murphy: Why Scalia agrees police need warrants to search cellphones
    Some law-and-order conservatives may be disappointed that Antonin Scalia did not dissent in the U.S. Supreme Court's new decision banning warrantless police cellphone searches, but his historical, originalist jurisprudential theory occasionally leads...
  • Goya's 'Los Caprichos' is scathing commentary

    Goya's 'Los Caprichos' is scathing commentary
    "Los Caprichos," a set of 80 etching and aquatint prints created by the Spanish artist Francisco Goya in 1797 and 1798, are considered to be among the most influential works of art in the Western world. Strange, graphic and often cryptic, these images...
  • Prepping liberal arts students for the job market

    Prepping liberal arts students for the job market
    In recent years, liberal arts graduates have wandered an employment desert. Hiring was sluggish and most available entry-level jobs were going to students majoring in business or technology fields. But things are starting to look up. Graduates in...
  • New Fountain dedicated in Easton's Nevin Park

     New Fountain dedicated in Easton's Nevin Park
    "Let the countdown begin," David Rose said. The Easton town crier had just read from a scroll extolling the water displays of ancient Rome, New York and Las Vegas — and now Easton. Rose and dozens of others had come to dedicate the newly completed...
  • Lehigh Valley Classical Guitar Festival returns

    The Lehigh Valley Classical Guitar festival returns to Peter Hall on the Moravian College campus in Bethlehem June 28 for a day of recitals, workshops, master classes and concerts. This will be the second year the festival is under the direction of...
  • Multi-platinum group's guitarist to be keynote speaker for arts presenters conference at SteelStacks in Bethlehem

     
    The guitarist for a multi-platinum-selling rock band will be keynote speaker for a three-day conference of more than 100 arts presenters from six states next week at ArtsQuest’s SteelStacks campus in Bethlehem. Chad Taylor, guitarist for the York-...
  • REVIEW: Singer Viktorija Gecyte brings lovely, smoky jazz to Miller Symphony Hall

     
    As far as jazz cabarets go in the Lehigh Valley, Friday night’s in the Rodale Room at Miller Symphony Hall ranked up there with the best. Singer Vicktorija Gecyte, a Lafayette College grad born in Lithuania and now based in Paris, stopped by on...
  • Girls' volleyball: Sherman Oaks Notre Dame has signing ceremony

     Sherman Oaks Notre Dame had a signing ceremony on Monday for three senior girls' volleyball players headed to college. They are Kyra Auten (Concordia), Jackie Lopez (Metro State) and Katie Kidder (Lafayette College). Another player, Zana Muno, is a...
  • Whitehall to add six to its Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday night

     
    The Central Catholic-Whitehall boys basketball game is a big one on Friday night. Adding to it is the fact that Whitehall is holding its Hall of Fame ceremony. Among the six new inductees are former Whitehall girls basketball coach Phil Armstrong and...