"The gift that Ron DeLong gave us put us over the $3-million mark," said Dr. Ann Williams, Chancellor, The Pennsylvania State University, Lehigh Valley campus.
The third floor gallery was unveiled as the Ronald K. De Long Gallery at Penn State Lehigh Valley before a gathering of PSU students, teachers and administration, and members of the area arts community July 23 at the PSU LV campus, 2809 Saucon Valley Road, Center Valley, Upper Saucon Township.
Long-term use of tennis courts at Lindberg Park by the Salisbury High School tennis teams has some Salisbury Township officials concerned.
The concerns were raised during the July 10 Salisbury Township Board of Commissioners workshop by Genny Baillie, Salisbury Township Recreation Director.
"They [Salisbury school officials] are looking at this [Lindberg Park tennis courts use] indefinitely. That's what I have a problem with," Baillie said.
Macbeth is one dark dude.
The sleek, modernistic set, post-modern costumes (no pumpkin tights in sight) and stark lighting illuminates the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival production of "Macbeth," through Aug. 3, Main Stage, Labuda Center for the Performing Arts, DeSales University, 2755 Station Avenue, Center Valley.
There's an extraordinary exhibit this summer at the Baum School of Art.
"Gabriela Gonzalez Dellosso: Symbolism & Romance" surrounds you with the realm of the senses.
Dr. Christine I. Oaklander, former Director of Collections and Exhibitions, Allentown Art Museum; Arts Coordinator, Lehigh Valley Health Network, and guest curator, brought together 19 pastels and oils by Gonzalez Dellosso, who teaches figure drawing and painting at the National Academy School, New York City.
"Begin Again" is one of the most unromantic romantic comedies in recent memory.
There's little romancing, but lots of talking about romance, and plenty of singing about romance in "Begin Again."
The film is of chief interest for the performance of its star, Keira Knightley, who finally breaks free of her bodice-bound costume drama roles, namely those in "Anna Karenina" (2012),"The Duchess" (2008), "Silk" (2007), "Atonement" (2007), "Pride & Prejudice" (2005) and "King Arthur"(2004).
The busload of illegal immigrant children never showed up, but the protesters and counter-protesters did.
On a sun-drenched Sunday afternoon, an estimated 85, some said to represent the Lehigh Valley Tea Party, protested the housing of illegal immigrant youths at the KidsPeace Broadway Campus, Salisbury Township.
On a sidewalk on the south side of Broadway, protestors stood and sat, holding and waving signs, chanting "U.S.A." and cheering when passing vehicles sounded their horns in support.
A $100,000 project is expected to improve morning showers for residents, but is not expected to improve water pressure for fighting fires in eastern Salisbury Township.
A booster water pump station, with installation to be paid for by the City of Bethlehem, is to be in operation by year's end, Stephen Repasch, executive director, Bethlehem Authority, said at the July 10 Salisbury Township Board of Commissioners meeting.
"I guess you can say a person will have a normal shower in the morning," Salisbury Township Manager Randy Soriano said.
A new pavilion and restrooms may be in the offing for Lindberg Park in western Salisbury Township.
Township commissioners voted unanimously 5-0 at the July 10 meeting to approve a resolution authorizing Salisbury Township Manager Randy Soriano to apply for a $185,000 Commonwealth Financing Grant.
The resolution was put forth for a vote by Commissioner Joanne Ackerman and seconded by Commissioner Vice President Debra Brinton.
Salisbury Township residents have been advised incorrect water bills were mailed to residents by the township administration.
Residents should have received new bills as of July 10.
Salisbury Township Manager Randy Soriano made the announcement at the July 10 board of commissioners meeting.
Posted on the home page of the township website, as of July 8, was the following:
Important Notice To Township Residents With Water Service:
The Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival production of "Lend Me A Tenor" has all the ingredients for side-splitting laughter: A mistaken-identity plot, five slamming doors right out of a Feydeau farce, characters silly beyond belief, and split-second timing.
Jim Helsinger directs a cast of PSF "all-stars," missing no opportunity to mine the play's laugh lines.
PSF's "Lend Me A Tenor" generates laughter of operatic proportions.