Everyman Theatre Continues 'The World of the Play' with Must the Show Go on? Panel Today
Today, March 8th, Everyman Theatre welcomes top-level theatrical professionals for its panel discussion entitled "Must the Show Go On?."
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Morning Call
Ben Folds, piano-rocker and 'Sing-Off' judge, to play at Muhlenberg College
Ben Folds, whose music influenced a wave of piano-rock bands in the 2000s, will perform this month at Muhlenberg College , the Allentown school announced Thursday.
Allentown mayor announces plans to improve poorest neighborhoods
Mayor Ed Pawlowski unveiled a new initiative today to improve Allentown's poorest neighborhoods during a Chamber of Commerce event at Muhlenberg College.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
PennLive's commenters offer their prescriptions to mend the social safety net: John L....
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama rolled out a $3.9 trillion budg et plan that he says would spur economic growth even as it seeks to trim the national debt by boosting taxes on the wealthy.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Muhlenberg College sophomore goes backstage at Oscars ceremony
Actor Channing Tatum introduces Bryson Kemp and other Team Oscar winners during the Academy Awards ceremony Sunday.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Film students, not models, prep for Oscar stage
Bryson Kemp looks camera ready in his tuxedo. Bound for the Oscars, the 19-year-old is the picture of elegance.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Hazleton may be facing lawsuit for not raising Dominican flag
The city of Hazleton may face a possible lawsuit by the PA Human Relations Commission, according to a commission spokeswoman on Wednesday.
Everyman Theatre to Continue 'The World of the Play' with Must the Show Go on? Panel, 3/8
On Saturday, March 8th, Everyman Theatre welcomes top-level theatrical professionals for its panel discussion entitled "Must the Show Go On?."
Pennsylvania's Republican governor faces tough re-election: poll
More than half of Pennsylvania voters say Governor Tom Corbett does not deserve to be re-elected in November, while a crowded field of potential Democratic challengers stack up well against him, according to a poll released on Wednesday.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
The Lebanon Daily News
Wagner, Paterno, wild cards in top Pa. contests
At the 11th hour, two men with better-than-average name recognition jumped into the already jam-packed pools of candidates for the Democratic nominations for Pennsylvania governor and lieutenant governor.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Arts Around Town: Award-winning Celtic band, RUNA, has roots in Lehigh Valley
Muhlenberg College '03 graduate Shannon Lambert-Ryan has much to be thankful for, having learned that her Philadelphia-based Celtic roots band, RUNA - a popular favorite with Bethlehem's Celtic Fest - just won some international music awards.
MYOS Announces Appointment Of M.D., As Chief Medical Officer
MYOS Corporation , an emerging biotherapeutics and bionutrition company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of products that improve human muscle health and performance , announced the appointment of Robert C. Ashton, Jr., M.D. as Chief Medical Officer.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Hamilton Crossings shopping center developers address issues
A dozen misconceptions about the controversial Hamilton Crossings shopping center project were addressed by developers Tim Harrison and Jeremy Fogel during a community meeting at Muhlenberg College Tuesday night.
Sun Feb 09, 2014
Corbett burnishing a kinder, gentler image
The recent exchange with Williams, an intellectually disabled man who works for the Salvation Army at its community center in Philadelphia's Nicetown section, showed a softer side of the governor than the usual persona of a tough-talking former lawman he projects.
Fri Feb 07, 2014
The Morning Call
Student filmmaker at Muhlenberg wins trip to Oscars
A student filmmaker at Allentown's Muhlenberg College will be going to the Academy Awards , after being named one of six winners of a college search.