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  • Ryan Spadola becomes fourth receiver on Dolphins' gameday roster

    The Miami Dolphins have promoted receiver Ryan Spadola up from the practice squad to make it through tonight's 8 p.m. game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Despite working out a handful of receivers this week the Dolphins decided to go with Spadola...
  • 'Brass Gods' wow Lehigh's Zoellner Arts Center with musical talent, humor

     
    By Dave Howell Special to The Morning Call You might not have heard of them, but to horn players they are brass gods. The Mnozil Brass sold out Baker Hall in Lehigh University’s Zoellner Arts Center on Sunday, with an......
  • Idan Raichel Project a joyful experience at Zoellner Arts Center

     
    In the U.S., if you do music in a foreign language, people supposedly don’t want to hear it. But 415 joyfully heard a number of languages from the Idan Raichel Project Monday night, none of them English. They might not have understood the lyrics,...
  • Steve Barron, Full-Time Controller?

     
    I've criticized Northampton County Controller Steve Barron for grandstanding at Northampton County Council meeting and for inappropriately throwing his weight around to try to intimidate T-Mobile on behalf of union interests. I've argued that his...
  • Talking with Matthew Morrison: 'Glee' star says he's branching out beyone Will Schuester

     
    The hit TV show “Glee” brought actor Matthew Morrison a lot of attention lately, with the overdose death of star Cory Monteith in July, the compelling Oct. 10 episode tribute to him, and co-creator Ryan Murphy’s revelation two weeks ago....
  • Billy Joel played Northampton's Roxy Theater 40 years ago this month. Were you there?

     
    Back on Nov. 28, 1973, a struggling young musician who had released a largely ignored first album played two shows on the same day at The Roxy Theater in Northampton. Surprisingly, the theater not only was sold out, but the......
  • Medical examiner says accidental overdose of meth caused man's death at concert

    Medical examiner says accidental overdose of meth caused man's death at concert
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A medical examiner says a man who collapsed while attending a concert last October at the Shrine Mosque died due to effects of methamphetamine use. Lynn Phillips, 23, died at a hospital after he collapsed at the Life In Color concert...
  • McCollum, Blazers 2013-14 schedule announced

     
    C.J. McCollum's NBA regular-season debut will come Oct. 30, when he and the Portland Trail Blazers visit the Phoenix Suns. The 6-foot-3 guard out of Lehigh University makes his Rose Garden debut Nov. 2 against the San Antonio Spurs. The......
  • The time Lehigh bullied Penn State 106-0

     
    Lehigh football received some national play Saturday night during Ohio State's 63-14 win over Penn State. The Buckeyes' 49-point margin of victory was the third-highest in Penn State's 127-year history. But at least Ohio State called off the dogs, unlike....
  • Luminaria Night starts with kids and lots of sand

    Luminaria Night starts with kids and lots of sand
    What has 40 tons of sand, singing teenagers and 100,000 candles? Give up? I'll supply the answer in a moment. First, let me say that I know the local holiday tradition of Luminaria Night from several perspectives. I've driven and walked around...
  • Allentown native to appear on 'The Simpsons' tonight

     
    An Allentown native and Parkland High School graduate twice nominated for a Grammy Award will take another step up the ladder of fame when her voice appears Sunday on one of television’s highest-rated shows. “The Simpsons.” Denise...
  • District 11 football: Getting to know Pottsville

     
    Tom McGeoy’s first year in charge of Pottsville --- his alma mater --- has been a roller-coaster ride. The former Lehigh University standout lost his starting tailback Aaron Kuperavage to a broken leg during summer baseball, but found a freshman.......