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  • Donna Summer: Disco queen dead at 63

    Donna Summer: Disco queen dead at 63
    NEW YORK (AP) — Disco queen Donna Summer, whose pulsing anthems such as "Last Dance," ''Love to Love You Baby" and "Bad Girls" became the soundtrack for a glittery age of sex, drugs, dance and flashy clothes, has died. She was 63. Her family...
  • Best Local Radio Personality

    Best Local Radio Personality
    1) Storm N. Norman (WEBE 108) Since 1984, when Best Local Radio Personality Storm'n Norman first won this award, the fabulous, popular radio jock has met pretty much every celebrity on his dream list. "I've done [Paul] McCartney, [Jimmy] Buffett, Jerry...
  • Judge allows Arizona to enforce 'show me your papers' law

    Judge allows Arizona to enforce 'show me your papers' law
    Arizona governor Jan Brewer is pretty happy about a court ruling on her state’s immigration laws. Federal judge Susan Bolton of the U.S. District Court of Arizona refused to bring the hammer down on the 'show me your papers' provision of the...
  • Supreme doubt

    WASHINGTON -- It should come as no surprise that in the latest New York Times/CBS News Poll, less than half of Americans surveyed -- 44 percent -- said they approve of the U.S. Supreme Court. Furthermore, three-quarters said they believed individual...
  • Do not look for common sense, plain English in Allentown hockey arena legal fight

    The problem with nonlawyers and nonpoliticians is that they are simple-minded. When it comes to the public interest, the rabble always want actions to be rational and based on the niceties of plain English instead of gobbledegook. They fail to appreciate...
  • Though modest in scope, college football takes historic step with four-team playoff

    Though modest in scope, college football takes historic step with four-team playoff
    Safe to say this is an epic week in the nation's capital. John Roberts and the Supremes ruled on immigration and will opine on health care. The Wizards, again, own a lottery pick in the NBA draft, while the Nationals reside in first place. Where did...
  • Arizona immigration decision is not split; the xenophobes lost, period

    Arizona immigration decision is not split; the xenophobes lost, period
    No two individuals have ever been more polarized on the issue of state immigration laws than Congressman Lou Barletta, R-11th District, and Allentown City Council President Julio Guridy. Both politicians, however, found something to like in the U.S....
  • Still fighting the problem, or: The vacuum of leadership

    It was left to the Supreme Court of the United States last week to take on the immigration issue, since the other branches of the federal government have largely ignored it. For years. Yes, there's been a lot of rhetoric about it all around, even a...
  • Green Wheels: Cars and politics

    Green Wheels:  Cars and politics
    It was a week for court rulings. On June 26, the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington issued a ringing affirmation of the Environmental Protection Agency's right to set fuel-efficiency standards and tailpipe emissions for 2012-2016. And on June 28, the...
  • Supreme Court asked to weigh in on same-sex marriage

    Supreme Court asked to weigh in on same-sex marriage
    The justices on the US Supreme Court better rest up over the summer, because when they return in October, it`s gonna be non-stop sex for a while. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer wants the Supremes to overturn a ninth circuit court ruling that struck down the...
  • Top weekend shows: Slayer, Motorhead, Anthrax, Jimmy Webb

    Slayer, Motorhead, Anthrax: These three titans are part of something called the “Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival,” which includes eight metal bands. The headliner is Slipknot, but Slayer (even with guitarist Jeff Hanneman sidelined,...
  • Only 3 days in Barcelona? Yes, it can be done

    Only 3 days in Barcelona? Yes, it can be done
    BARCELONA, Spain — In retrospect, traveling 6,000 miles to see a band does seem a bit ... crazy. And maybe buying concert tickets for two nights in a row and then flying out at dawn the next day wasn't the best idea. And yes, it might have been...