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  • New eats on Emmaus' Main Street

    New eats on Emmaus' Main Street
    Foodies, don't fret. The 2nd St. Tavern at 194 Main St. in Emmaus has brought its own delicious dishes to the space formerly occupied by Lee Gribben's on Main. "We're offering contemporary cuisine, as well as twists on old favorites," general manager...
  • High winds, cold temperatures hinder fishing

    High winds, cold temperatures hinder fishing
    Angler pressure has been light this week both locally and at the shores thanks to stiff winds that make the temperature feel much colder than it actually is. In addition to casting issues because of the wind, unseasonable cold night-time temperatures...
  • Fred Phelps: Satan's servant

    My parents taught me never to speak ill of the dead, but in the case of Fred Phelps, who died last week at the age of 84, I think they would have made an exception. The man, who will be referred to in this column without the modifier "reverend,"...
  • Fishing opens statewide in Pennsylvania this weekend

    Fishing opens statewide in Pennsylvania this weekend
    You couldn't ask for a better weekend to get out fishing than what is predicted for this Saturday and Sunday. While we've been fishing in the Lehigh Valley and Southeastern Pennsylvania since March 29, and in New Jersey since last Saturday, the rest...
  • Hillary Clinton's 'social gospel' good enough for Democrats

    Faith is making a comeback among liberal Democrats, but they still have a way to go. First, some history. Hoping to attract some Evangelical Christian votes more than 20 years ago, former vice president Al Gore wrote that the biblical story of Noah...
  • Make mom happy without going broke

    Sorry moms. We've got some bad news as your big day of the year approaches. The typical American will spend $162.94 on mom this year for Mother's Day, down 3.6 percent from 2013, according to a recent survey by the National Retail Federation. And...
  • Conquer culinary cold feet at 29 Cooks

    Conquer culinary cold feet at 29 Cooks
    Whether you're a seasoned chef serving gourmet meals or a struggling chef throwing away burnt eggs and toast, 29 Cooks in Upper Milford Township is here to help. The catering and culinary center, which opened April 22, is for all skill levels —...
  • Paying tribute to Patch: A Blue Mountain League icon is honored for his contributions to local baseball

    O.R. "Patch" Pacchioli was thrilled to be with 150 of his favorite people on Sunday night at the Holy Family Club in Nazareth. They all gathered to salute Pacchioli on his seven decades of service to the Blue Mountain League in general and the Martins...
  • Fishing action should get better with the weather

    With the trout bite on and the weather starting to cooperate (other than snow on Tax Day), the action should become more consistent and predictable for anglers on area waterways. The cold ocean water has kept the shore action from delivering keepers....
  • Trout fishing season kicks off in Southeastern Pennsylvania

    Trout fishing season kicks off in Southeastern Pennsylvania
    Trout season kicks off in the 18-county southeast region of Pennsylvania 8 a.m. Saturday, and despite ice remaining on some of the region's northern-most lakes, all the waters are stocked and ready to fill those stringers for the first time in 2014. Our...
  • Lehigh Valley Trout fishing should turn on this weekend

    Lehigh Valley Trout fishing should turn on this weekend
    Last week's opening day of trout season in the 18-county region of Southeastern Pennsylvania that includes most of the Lehigh Valley wasn't quite a washout, but it was close. After decent morning weather, conditions changed to rainy and cold for the...
  • A 'one-size-fits-all option' in Easton

    A 'one-size-fits-all option' in Easton
    For some people, gift cards are lazy and impersonal. For others, they are convenient and practical. For Easton Main Street Initiative, which debuted its Downtown Easton Gift Card program in late September, they are an innovative way to explore and...