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  • Were Jesus and Santa white guys? A Fox host says yes

    Were Jesus and Santa white guys? A Fox host says yes
    A side skirmish in the war on Christmas has developed over a Fox News host’s suggestion that both Jesus and Santa Claus were (are?) white men, and that people need to get over it. Megyn Kelly — incidentally, the subject of a delightful...
  • A pilgrimage to the Sea of Galilee

    For years, my travels have caused me to think about organized religion. (When I got my history degree in college, one of my favorite classes was "History of the Christian Church.") And for years, I've believed that those who enjoy getting close to God...
  • Scholastic Scrimmage celebrates 40th

     
    Watch students from Nazareth High School take on Dieruff students showing their knowledge in fields such as math, science, English, history, and the arts when "Scholastic Scrimmage" airs at 5:30 p.m. today on PBS39. The popular high school academic...
  • Yasso-Rothrock Christmas City Classic Saturday schedule

     
    There has been some confusion out there about the start times for Saturday's games in the Christmas City Classic at Bethlehem Catholic, Liberty and Freedom. I admit to being one of those confused because I was told the first games were starting at 1:30....
  • Carol's Nut Tussies Tour

    Carol's Nut Tussies Tour
    Here's another long one but with great payoffs. Anywhere north of Elizabeth Avenue, Bethlehem, head north on Linden Street. For beautiful homes and elegant lights, turn left on Barnsdale and explore that neighborhood, including 835 Wafford. Then return to...
  • All homes nominated for the 2013 Christmas Lights Tour

    All homes nominated for the 2013 Christmas Lights Tour
    Northampton County 1135 Sunset View Road, Hanover Township (collecting for West Side Food Bank) 1963 Kensington Road, Bethlehem (collecting for Second Harvest) Northfield Apartments, 1825 Center St., Bethlehem 3213 East Blvd., Bethlehem Downtown...
  • A look at Saturday's high school boys basketball scoreboard

     
    After a limited card on Friday, a bunch of teams made their debuts on Saturday. The scores: COLONIAL LEAGUE Pen Argyl 43, Notre Dame-ES 29 ... Successful debut for Kyle Huntik with the Green Knights. Harriton 75, Southern Lehigh 28 ... Spartans squandered...
  • Andy Weaver will be part of the Dream Come True telethon at the Sands

     
    My friend Andy "The Weave" Weaver wanted me to get the word out. He will be involved tonight at the Sands Outlets where the annual Dream Come True telethon will be held and broadcast on RCN-4. This is always a heart-warming event for a very worthwhile...
  • Courtney Diacont Memorial Volleyball Tournament at Nazareth on Saturday

     
    Courtney Diacont was a special young lady who meant so much to so many in the Nazareth community. Her legacy lives on through the Blue Eagles volleyball team. On Saturday, the Nazareth volleyball team, in conjunction with the Courtney Diacont Foundation,...
  • Brother to a Dragonfly

    The dead speak. If you're listening. It happens every day -- every day the paper publishes obituaries. They speak whole lives. Some of them can invoke a whole era, which suddenly becomes more alive, more real, than what passes for reality in the drab...
  • Fox 'News' sinks to a new low with author interview

    No it was not the most excruciating thing ever seen on television. We've seen worse. We've seen Roseanne singing the national anthem, Magic Johnson hosting a talk show and Paris Hilton, existing. But if it's not number one on that list of god-awful TV,...
  • 'NALT' Christians need to speak up

    "I like your Christ. I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ." -- attributed to Mohandas Gandhi As Dan Savage tells it, it began years ago when he'd go on CNN or MSNBC to discuss LGBT issues opposite the likes of Tony...