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  • Art auction Tuesday to benefit Allentown Arts Academy

     
    Here's a chance to get an affordable piece of art and support a great program that helps young artists in the Allentown School District. The third annual art show and sale sponsored by the Allentown Arts Academy Alliance will feature more than 50 eight-...
  • Renowned pianist brings night of miraculous Schubert to Allentown

     
    Much has been said and written about the incredible creativity of the last year or so of Franz Schubert’s tragically short life (he died in 1828 at the age of 31). Indeed, it’s hard to imagine a more richly productive year for any composer...
  • Hanger makes 2014 Guv bid official.

     
    Vowing to make Gov. Tom Corbett the state’s first one term governor in decades, former state Environmental Protection Secretary John Hanger on Wednesday became the first Democrat to announce a 2014 candidacy for governor. “The governor himself...
  • SportsFest basketball moving inside on Friday night; boys varsity to Muhlenberg, girls to ESYC

     
    It's a shame, but hopefully a rainy Friday night will mean a dry Saturday and Sunday for the Lehigh Valley SportsFest basketball tournaments. Boys tournament director Chris Lakatosh has confirmed that the boys varsity games tonight will be held at...
  • SportsFest boys tournament will pick up intensity; especially if music is turned down

     
    Allentown turned into blowout city on Thursday when the "A-town Throwdown" boys varsity basketball tournament got underway at Cedar Beach. When you put teams into pools of four and you are determined to have teams avoid playing teams they would normally...
  • Where's Mitt? GOP candidate is a no-show on PA TV this summer.

     
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney may be nearly impossible to escape in the headlines, but TV commercials paid for his campaign are nowhere to be found this summer in Pennsylvania. The former Massachusetts governor hasn’t bought so...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: For Corbett, questions about Sandusky will always be tough ones.

     
    With former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky behind bars, convicted on 45 of 48 counts of child sexual abuse, it might have been the question that Gov. Tom Corbett thought had finally gone away. But with last week's......
  • Longtime Valley guitarist to be honored as Pa. jazz group's Artist of the Year

     
    A Lehigh Valley jazz guitarist for nearly three decades will be honored as Jazz Artist of the Year at Pennsylvania Jazz Collective’s first annual awards ceremony at 7:30 p.m. today, March 28, at Muhlenberg College’s Baker Center for the Arts.....
  • In Norristown, Corbett downplays reports of internal upheaval.

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett has downplayed reports of upheaval in his administration, calling a meeting with fund- raisers and political backers on Tuesday a regular occurrence and saying that a senior adviser’s nomination to a county judgeship was the...
  • Holiday CD by Pa. Jazz Collective to be released at Jazz Vespers service

     
    Just in time for the holidays, the Pennsylvania Jazz Collective has released a CD with regional artists performing holiday songs. “Winter Wonderland” will be available Sunday, Dec. 16, when a jazz quintet co-led by Pennsylvania Jazz Collective...
  • Top 50 Concerts of the Year for 2012

     
    There’s no arguing that popular music concerts have taken a great leap forward in the Lehigh Valley the past two years. The May opening of Sands Bethlehem Event Center, with its 3,500-person capacity and affiliation with Sands Casino and promoting.....
  • Five Biggest Shale Interests Spent $1.3 Million During Impact Fee Debate, Records Show.

     
    Five of Pennsylvania’s largest natural gas drilling interests spent a staggering $1.3 million to lobby state government from January through March as legislators and the Corbett administration worked to approve a new impact fee on the industry. That...