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  • New president of the Allentown Art Museum is rolling out the welcome mat.

    New president of the Allentown Art Museum is rolling out the welcome mat.
    When the search committee looking for a new president for Allentown Art Museum of the Lehigh Valley first approached David Mickenberg about the job last year, Mickenberg says the presentation was impressive. It offered a picture of a museum in a...
  • National Poetry Month events in the Lehigh Valley

    It's National Poetry Month and two like-minded local poets have created Wordfest Lehigh Valley, and aggregated some of the local events. Some are long-standing events that happen monthly and others involved special events. Find details on Facebook at...
  • Tibetan monks visit Lafayette College

    Tibetan monks visit Lafayette College
    Six Tibetan monks bow their heads, lower their eyes and place their hands together in prayer position. Dressed in long, yellow and red robes, they start chanting in Tibetan in front of a handful of people at the Interfaith Chapel on Monday morning at...
  • Pa. Sinfonia celebrates spring

    Spring is finally in the air and will be in the music as well when the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra presents "All Nature Sings" Saturday at First Presbyterian Church in Allentown. While the program's title comes from a pair of tone poems by Frederick...
  • World-renowned scientist and author to speak at Lafayette College April 15

    Lafayette College will host Gary Paul Nabhan to speak on "Sustaining Food Security Amidst Climate Uncertainty and Pollinator Decline" at 7:30 p.m. April 15. A well-known nature writer and farming activist, Nabhan will discuss his experiences, writings...
  • Nationally-recognized cyber sleuth to speak at Lafayette College April 10

    Kevin Mandia, an international cyber sleuth, will present an informational lecture at 7:30 p.m. April 10 in the Kirby Hall of Civil Rights at Lafayette College. Titled "The State of the Hack," Mandia's free [presentation will cover his experiences and...
  • Lafayette's "Artist Talk" to feature Bethlehem Steel photographer April 9

    Meet the artist who took pictures of Bethlehem Steel from 1989 through its shutdown in 1996, during Lafayette College's "Artist Talk" at noon April 9 at the Williams Center for the Arts. Artist Joseph E. B. Elliot will discuss his experiences, process...
  • Easton's urban farm proposes expansion

    Last year a row of slender green asparagus spears poked through the dirt just outside the fence surrounding the garden behind the Easton Area Neighborhood Center. Sophia Feller, who runs Easton's urban farm for the West Ward Neighborhood Partnership,...
  • Scene: Polynesian enchantment at DeSales University

    Polynesian Enchantment — with images of lush banyan trees, swaying palms, and cool, blue water — was the theme of DeSales University's 33rd annual Dinner Dance on March 15. More than 750 guests attended the black-tie event, which benefited...
  • Lafayette College to host Tibetan monks and cultural presentations April 7-9

    Experience a different culture at Lafayette College when Tibetan monks come for a three-day educational visit, April 7-9. The monks will start constructing a sand mandala during the opening ceremony at 10 a.m. April 7 in the Interfaith Chapel of Hogg...
  • Lost objects create art at Lehigh

    A semester-long experiment at Lehigh University's Department of Theatre has yielded "Something from Nothing: A Devised Piece," a comic improvisational work inspired by objects left behind at the university. The performance is directed by Greg Scot...
  • Lafayette professor makes powerful point about strong military

    One would hope the views expressed by Lafayette College professor Howard Schneiderman (Your View, "Threat of military force essential to U.S. policy") are the views held by our president and secretary of defense. He very powerfully makes the point that...