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  • Girls' Lacrosse: CdM rally falls short

    IRVINE — Controlling the draw is a big part of lacrosse. Controlling emotions may prove even more valuable for the Corona del Mar High girls' lacrosse team as the season continues. The Sea Kings lost a chance to take control of the Pacific Coast...
  • Lehigh's Troyan enjoys going to work and does his job well

    Lehigh's Troyan enjoys going to work and does his job well
    Fran Troyan says he's one of the lucky people who enjoy going to work every day. "Work" for Troyan means coaching the Lehigh University softball team, which he has done at a high level for the last 23 years, the last 18 seasons as the head coach. He...
  • Urinal video games at Coca-Cola Park are outrageously sexist

    Urinal video games at Coca-Cola Park are outrageously sexist
    Where are the contingency fee lawyers now that we really need them? Where are all the sex discrimination lawsuits against Coca-Cola Park and the Lehigh Valley IronPigs? Where is the outrage over yet another case of an accommodation for men that...
  • Kelly's Eagles will do everything faster

    Kelly's Eagles will do everything faster
    Andy Reid was known for running fast-paced practices designed to maximize a minimal amount of time on the field. The former head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles paid as much attention to what players did between plays as he did to how they performed...
  • Edward G. Uhl dies at 92; co-inventor of the bazooka

    Edward G. Uhl dies at 92; co-inventor of the bazooka
    Edward G. Uhl, former president of Fairchild Industries who was co-inventor of the M1 bazooka during World War II, died Sunday of heart failure at an assisted living facility in Easton, Md. He was 92. Uhl, pronounced "Yule," served as a regular officer...
  • Paul Meier dies at 87; influential statistician

    Paul Meier dies at 87; influential statistician
    Paul Meier influenced the field of statistics in two major ways: as a proponent of a method that helped eliminate bias in determining the effectiveness of treatments in clinical trials, and by introducing a system used to estimate survival rates for...
  • Make sure exercise is all you get at the gym

    Make sure exercise is all you get at the gym
    When you go to the gym, do you wash your hands before and after using the equipment? Bring a clean mat for floor exercises? Shower with antibacterial soap and put on clean clothes immediately after your workout? Use only your own towels, razors, bar soap,...
  • McCollum makes decision about NBA Draft

     
    Lehigh junior guard C.J. McCollum is returning for his senior season. The Canton, Ohio native released a statement Monday regarding his decision after declaring himself for the NBA Draft late last month. McCollum, a two-time Patriot League player of the.....
  • Pictures of a punk poet: Patti Smith's photographer tells story behind the still images

     
    It was 1969 when Judy Linn, a recent college graduate fascinated with photography and living in New York City, met a struggling young poet. Linn says she was obsessed by the medium, and her new friend was obsessed with being......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Smith Defends New Drilling Law.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We're into the final furlong before the weekend and we hope you have some rewarding and fun activities on the docket for the next couple of days. The forecast -- at least here in The......
  • Science Festival of Lehigh Valley debuts this weekend

     
    Kids can control a robot, see live animals, do chemical experiments and explore a giant dinosaur balloon sculpture at the inaugural Science Festival of the Lehigh Valley this weekend which includes a variety of free or inexpensive experiences throughout...
  • Bee Gees member's grave illness recalls Lehigh Valley's efforts to get the band

     
    Robin Gibb, one of the three brothers who made up the iconic 1970s vocal group The Bee Gees, is hospitalized and gravely ill, hospitalized in a coma with pneumonia, according to the singer’s website, www.robingibb.com. The Bee Gees in 2001,......