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  • Allentown's Crocodile Rock in Top 60 clubs in the world, but one in area ranks higher

     
    Allentown’s Crocodile Rock CafĂ© ranked in the Top 60 clubs worldwide in terms of for ticket sales in 2011, according to the industry publication Pollstar magazine. The club jumped from a No. 72 ranking last year – bringing in 50,294......
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: DeWeese Corruption Trial Begins.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Rep. Bill DeWeese's public corruption trial in Dauphin County Court yesterday, where prosecutors from the state Attorney General's Office engaged in the time-honored opening argument rite of stripping a defendant's...
  • AG Candidate Freed Withholds Judgment On State's Handling of #Sandusky Case.

     
    HERSHEY _ The only Republican candidate for Attorney General reserved judgment on the handling of the Penn State sexual abuse investigation Friday, and said he'd step aside if forced to investigate a family member who formerly served as the chairman......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: Pennsylvania Republicans Spar Over Senate Endorsement.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. The final weekend of January 2012 is off to a rainy start here in the Seat of Power, so we'll dispense with the usual formalities and just dive right into a countdown of the Top......
  • Republicans Wrangle In Hershey Over Senate Endorsement.

     
    HERSHEY _ Pennsylvania Republicans spent their winter meeting Saturday deeply embroiled over whether to endorse a candidate for U.S. Senate. Members of the Republican State Committee came into the Saturday session at the Hershey Lodge deeply divided...
  • Immigration: Feds tweak student visa program

     
    The State Department this week took a small step to fix a controversial visa work travel program created nearly 50 years ago to foster cultural exchanges but that has, in recent years, morphed into little more than a source of......
  • Free money!

     
    Here's one of the few ways to get money-for-nothing. Pennsylvania's Treasury Department is holding about $1.8 billion in unclaimed property owed to individuals, businesses, local governments, school districts and others. All you have to do is file...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: It's #VoterID time again.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. It's not February. And it's not Groundhog Day. Yet we here at Capitol Ideas World HQ can't help feel like we'll be trooping into familiar territory as we make the trek over to Commonwealth Court......
  • Farm Aid gives grants from Hershey concert in September to Rodale, Allentown co-op

     
    Three months after the annual fund-raising, all-star Farm Aid concert returned to Pennsylvania for the first time in a decade, so have a large portion of its grants – including some to The Rodale Institute and an Allentown program that......
  • $1 million up for grabs in the 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off

     
    The 46th Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest is open for entries at BakeOff.com. For the first time in the 64-year history of the nation’s premier cooking competition, America will vote from among entries selected by the Bake-Off Kitchens to determine all...
  • Corbett looking for second term

     
    Yo! Gov. Tom Corbett apparently is running again for the right to be Gov. He was here Thursday in the Lehigh Valley. The day before he was touring Hershey Medical Center in Dauphin County. On Friday he was at a......
  • Scott Paterno responds to Ken Frazier

     
    Penn State trustee Ken Frazier on Thursday defended the Freeh Report, saying that Penn State "cannot and should not re-investigate" the document that led to NCAA sanctions last year. At a Board of Trustees meeting in Hershey, Freeh also called......