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Color the Cover Contest

Color the Cover Contest

You may have noticed that something is missing from this issue’s cover. If you guessed “color”, you are right. We challenge our readers, old and young to a coloring contest. All you have to do ... CONTINUE READING

August 2015 Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers, It’s closing in on that time of year again. Children all across the Lehigh Valley will soon be putting on their new school uniforms, slipping on shiny shoes, and stuffing their backpac ... CONTINUE READING

Roar Social House

Roar Social House

by Cathy Kiley / Photos by Ryan Hulvat Some friends and I chose Roar Social House for our recent Girl’s Night Out and we had a blast. Roar is an attractive, welcoming restaurant and a unique additi ... CONTINUE READING

New Hope

New Hope

by Liz Reph With its collection of beautifully restored 18th century buildings, enticing restaurants, tasteful art galleries and antique and boutique shopping, New Hope is considered by many to be one ... CONTINUE READING

Curtis E. Schneck Inc.

Curtis E. Schneck Inc.

by Liz Reph For more than fifty years, Curtis E. Schneck, Inc. has been constructing quality, custom-built homes and commercial properties in the Lehigh Valley. A 1951 graduate of Parkland High Schoo ... CONTINUE READING

Musikfest: What’s New this Summer

Musikfest: What’s New this Summer

by Kathryn M. D’Imperio / Photos Courtesy of ArtsQuest Locals know it and love it. Others come from far and wide to enjoy Lehigh Valley’s 10-day summer music festival year after year. From live ... CONTINUE READING

For the Dorm Room, for the Classroom

HOT TICKET INDEX Apple 250 Lehigh Valley Mall Whitehall 610.266.4860 apple.com Blink 524 N. 19th Street Allentown 610.351.4848 blinkon19th.com Cleo’s 21 East Third Street Bethlehem 610.868.7200 cleo ... CONTINUE READING

Communities in Schools

Communities in Schools

by Cezanne Colvin Every 26 seconds, a student in the United States drops out of high school. Within the confines of the Lehigh Valley, approximately 2.5 students drop out every single day. In 1970, t ... CONTINUE READING

New Uses for Old Things

You might want to think twice before you throw something away. There are plenty of ways you can upcycle something old into something useful and entirely unrecognizable. Here are just a few of them. U ... CONTINUE READING