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If you've seen random people wandering around crying lately, especially in downtown Allentown, let us explain a possible reason. House of Chen, an institution for both foodies and cheapsters since 1979, has officially ended what was arguably the best...
Katie Rothermel looked over the sea of merchants in Emmaus and knew there was something missing. That something was a shop of her own. Rothermel, who earned her retail rep from years of work with such retailers as Filene's department store in New...
Starfish Brasserie has been an anchor of downtown Bethlehem for more than a decade, a staple on the city's restaurant row, well-known for its interesting seafood dishes and loyal dinner crowd. The restaurant at 51 W. Broad St., will close —...
An avid gardener, Karen Winkler was excited to read a recent tip about saving rainwater from your roof to irrigate your garden. The Lower Saucon Township resident was inspired to reach out to On The Cheap with her own money-saving idea for those of you...
The Hartford CourantEAST HAVEN — The reality might be more complicated than the offensive remarks made by Mayor Joseph Maturo after the dramatic arrest by the FBI of four cops accused of abusing Latino residents. Certainly, things are far worse than Maturo's...
Tags: East Haven, Martin Luther King Jr., FBI, Bullying
I hope you're ready for a heap of restaurant news … 'cause we're about to dig in! First, Strange Brew Tavern opened days ago at the former Jelly Beans Southside Jam space at 1996 S. Fifth St., Allentown. Owners upgraded the 6,000-square-foot...
Tags: Nazareth, Trexlertown, Tacos, Pasta, Sandwiches
'Tis the time of year for planning another round of New Year's resolutions. It's a mere week away, so that may mean it's time to join a gym or perhaps take up yoga. And — at least for the Lehigh Valley — there's a new concept called hot...
Tags: Health, Blockbuster, Whitehall, Allentown, Main Street Depot
"Nanotechnology," observes Colin Quinn at the start of his whip-smart Broadway solo show, "can stop a global plague. But we still need guards at the zoo." As the Wednesday night audience at the Broadway Playhouse was first trying to follow that remark,...
The 31st annual Maugansville Pride Day will be Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Ruritan Park. Family, friends and neighbors will fill the park for a fun-filled day. The event offers residents a way to show their pride in the community. Remember, the...
It's time for the Maugansville PTA's fall Wolfgang fundraiser. The sale began Monday, Sept. 26 and runs through Monday, Oct. 17. Orders will be available for pickup on Monday, Dec. 5, just in time for the holidays. This is the largest fundraiser for...
Tags: Spaghetti, Human Interest, PTA, Stratford
Detectives said Richard Adams was a smooth talking scam artist with a hard luck story. Sunday morning... Adams' luck ran out at a northside apartment complex. After fielding reports from scam victims for the past week... IMPD arrested Adams, 50, at the...
Tags: Theft, CVS Corp., Vehicles, Services and Shopping
It was most exciting to watch all the pomp of Will and Kate’s wedding. The traditional ceremony and the prayers and scriptures used in the Abbey reminded me of the words spoken by the late Rev. E.W. Heckenberg, at my wedding nearly 56 years ago....
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