Shire Magazine November-December 2019 by Superstar.
The next Comprehensive Plan emanating from the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission, due out in 2015-16, could include everything from new manufacturing projects in Allentown, an Eastern Greenway in.
In its 20 short sections Carnival jumps among extreme moods, from the dreamy to the clownish. Hu’s playing was fully up to the music’s demand. The concert was nothing less than a piano lover’s dream. On Wednesday, an unusual group performed at Central Moravian, the Abaca String Band, made up of eight-string guitar, mandolin, violin, viola and double bass. The founder is the group’s.
My dad, like most Americans, has always loved a great steak. When my dad came to Miami, he couldn't find a great steak anywhere. Therefore, when the Graham Family asked him to partner up to open the first Shula's steak house, he knew it was an opportunity he could not pass up. The Graham Family, who were already restauranteurs for decades, are proud breeders of Angus cattle.
But this Sands place, and this Copa room, now this was a casino show. All the way. The tickets cost a lot of money and you couldn’t avoid the slot machines and the card tables and the ring ring ringing of money dropping and yes the Sands is one intense place to see a Bob Dylan show. Kind of like walking right into a verse from Highway 61 Revisited itself.
A Bethlehem man jumped to his death Friday from the upper levels of the parking deck at the Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem, city police Chief Mark DiLuzio said.
Truly an undiscovered gem in the Adderley catalog - the audiophiles here at Better Records were digging both the music and especially the superb sound Another top quality recording from the superbly talented Ray Fowler, the house engineer for Riverside and the man behind many of the best Thelonious Monk and Cannonball Adderley recordings done for that great jazz label.
Beverly Bingle ordained to the Catholic priesthood February 2013. Homily at Holy Spirit Catholic Community, Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time (C), August 18, 2019 First Reading: Jeremiah 38: 4-6, 8-10 Psalm: 40 Second Reading: Hebrews 12: 1-4 Gospel: Luke 12: 49-53 How strange! This Jesus, the one we call the “Prince of Peace,” has a scorched earth policy! He wants to set the earth on fire.