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Don Cunningham

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  • Democrats Have Had It Worse

     
    I’m accustomed to taking a beating in The Morning Call’s online comments, and I knew my recent satirical column about Sarah Palin’s bus tour would be no exception. The consensus among the more conservative set was that I’m a...
  • Money talks in Lehigh County GOP primary

     
    The only incumbent Republican running for Lehigh County commissioner has four times as much money to spend on the primary as a slate organized to unseat him, reports filed Tuesday show. The bulk of the fundraising is likely to take place over the next...
  • A match made at the 'Stacks

     
    So, where does the former Bethlehem mayor -- whose dad worked 31 years at Bethlehem Steel and whose mayoral term was defined by planning Steel's redevelopment -- get married? Especially when he's marrying one of the chief cheerleaders for Bethlehem...
  • Allentown's Mayfair festival announces headliner music for three of its five nights

     
    Mayfair Festival of the Arts, celebrating its 25th anniversary this Memorial Day weekend, has announced the first headline acts for its five-day run May 26-30 in Allentown’s Cedar Beach. The Movement The headliners lineup for Thursday’s...
  • Musikfest's Americplatz to move, but lineup still has many favorites

     
    The stage that has traditionally been Musikfest’s second-largest, Americaplatz, is moving this year, but many of its shows will be the same, according to a partial list of acts at its free stages that Musikfest has released. Americanplatz will move....
  • POLL: Are you a fan of new downtown site for hockey arena?

     
    Are you a fan of new downtown site for hockey arena?online survey The $80 million hockey arena at the heart of Mayor Ed Pawlowski's ambitious vision for Allentown's waterfront now appears slated for Seventh Street, according to sources with knowledge of...
  • Polasek Museum announces gardening classes

     
    There is an art to gardening — I've never quite gotten the hang of it — and the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens offers an artsy environment to put your green thumbs to work. In the Polasek gardening series, skilled volunteers,...
  • Catasauqua seeks an economic revival

     
    Like so many other towns in Pennsylvania, Catasauqua is in need of an economic infusion. Businesses keep leaving the borough, along with jobs, but the ones that remain are working hard to be successful. Councilman Vincent Smith is one of several officials...
  • No more unfettered access to Lehigh Co gov't

     
    Starting tomorrow, the Lehigh County government center will start making visitors pass through a metal detector, just like at the courthouse. Visitors must use the Seventh Street entrance; side doors will be off limits. The building houses county...
  • Hockey arena no sure thing

    The renewal of a center city Allentown lot into a minor league hockey arena for the Phantoms may well rest in the hands of surrounding property owners, a major development firm and the notorious rock formation that nixed a previous arena and felled a...
  • Lehigh County reassessment favors high-end homes, commercially dense towns

    Lehigh County reassessment favors high-end homes, commercially dense towns
    Now that the property assessments are set and the taxes divvied up, the verdict is in on winners and losers in Lehigh County as it undergoes its first real estate reassessment in more than two decades. The changing landscape favors higher-priced...
  • Cunningham asks residents to join in county bicentennial

    Cunningham asks residents to join in county bicentennial
    One of my earliest childhood memories is walking the streets of Bethlehem with my grandfather. As we walked, he would point to buildings and houses, telling me their history. Some of it was significant, and some of it was important only to him, but he...