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Jim Thorpe

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  • Postponements and boys basketball league rankings

     
    This miserable winter has created another schedule mess. Virtually everything is off tonight. In the LVC: Dieruff-Whitehall boys and girls postponed until Monday, Jan. 31. Central Catholic-Liberty boys and girls postponed. Boys to Weds. night; girls to...
  • Group's old music blows away Britney Spears' new stuff

     
    In a day and age when Britney Spears can release a new song that’s a mish-mash of clichéd, electronically engineered music and enhanced vocals singing childish joke lyrics and have critics fawn over it, you have to wonder if there’s......
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Week

     
    Here are the Top 5 Concerts for the week: 1. THE TOASTERS New York City band The Toasters is arguably the longest-running ska band in the United States, having started in 1981, and its 1987 album “Skaboom!” often is credited......
  • First set of District 11 basketball rankings are out

     
    Some people get all excited when the District 11 rankings first come out. I am not necessarily one of them. There's still five weeks left in the regular season and then everything can change during tournament week -- Feb. 13-19 this year -- when champs...
  • Gregg Allman has new solo album, thoughts for new Allman Brothers disc

     
    The Allman Brothers Band hasn’t had a new studio album since 2003’s “Hittin’ The Note,” and only one in the past 17 years, since 1994’s “Where It All Begins.” But front man Gregg Allman’s recent ex...
  • Gabbing with Gregg Allman: His new disc, his new liver and his new idea for Allman Brothers Band

     
    A year ago, Southern-rock icon Gregg Allman realized that he had put off dealing with his health — and his recording career — for too long. It had been nearly seven years since he had been in the studio to......
  • Go Kids Sunday Jan. 23

     
    Daily events for families in and around the Lehigh Valley and region. In case of bad weather, call first. Golden Dragon Acrobats: Performance includes acrobatics, traditional dance, costumes, ancient and contemporary music and theatrical techniques. 1 p....
  • Gregg Allman shows new sides of old self at Penn's Peak show

     
    It’s hard to say whether, since his liver transplant seven months ago or with the first new solo album in more than 13 years, Southern rocker Gregg Allman has found new motivation for his live show. Or whether, knowing the......
  • Go Kids Saturday Jan. 22

     
    Daily events for families in and around the Lehigh Valley and region. In case of bad weather, call first. The Adventures of Harold and the Purple Crayon: Enchantment Theatre of Philadelphia presents a magical tale based on the classic storybooks featuring...
  • Greatest Florida State recruiting classes in history: A look back

     
    Greatest Florida State recruiting classes in history: A look back...
  • Thin Lizzy to play Penn's Peak on March 24

     
    Thin Lizzy, the Irish rock band that had hits in the late 1970s with “Boys Are Back in Town” and “Jailbreak,” will play Penn’s Peak near Jim Thorpe on March 24, the venue will announce Monday. The show was announced......
  • Steve Forbert no longer young troubadour, but who he is, is good

     
    These days, Steve Fobert is far different than the young Mississippi cowboy folkie who made such an impact back in 1980 with his hit “Romeo’s Tune.” But now 35 years into his career and more than 30 past his commercial......