Having seen the film, “The Only Living Boy In New York City,” I can’t wait to read the book.
Wait: There’s no book?
There is a book shown in the film, titled “The Only Living Boy In New York City,” written by W.F. Gerald (Jeff Bridges in full-stubble) in his pen name.
Oh, I guess that’s a prop book, or books, since there is a pile of them on a table at a book store scene.
The terrible trauma of 9/11 made us family.
Images of two hijacked airliners crashing into the World Trade Center in New York City and the aftermath Sept. 11, 2001, are indelibly burned into our memory.
We recall a third plane slamming into The Pentagon in Arlington County, Va.
And we remember the fourth plane burrowing into a field in Shanksville, Somerset County.
Scott Stoneback’s The Media People, based in Alburtis, has been in the documentary film and video business for more than 40 years.
He continues documenting history. And his family continues careers in the media.
Francee Fuller is Marketing Manager, Barry Isett & Associates.
Their son, Ellis, is video editor for the reality TV show, “Say Yes To The Dress,” seen on The Learning Channel.
Their son, Robert, twin brother of Ellis, is managing editor, Ophthalmology Management magazine. Robert had written for East Penn Press.
While a medical marijuana facility is not in the immediate offing for Salisbury Township, the board of commissioners has taken under advisement a proposed amendment to regulate it.
Salisbury Township commissioners are expected to discuss and vote on the medical marijuana dispensary amendment at either the 7 p.m. Sept. 14 or the 7 p.m. Sept. 28 township meeting in the municipal building, 2900 S. Pike Ave.
A public hearing on the amendment is expected to be held, most likely prior to a commissioners’ meeting and before commissioners vote.
A truck drives into a crowd in the Netherlands, crashes and explodes.
Police, Interpol and international spies in high-end SUVs chase a suspect through city streets, smashing into vehicles.
An anti-crime expert is tortured, including the use of blindfolding and electric shock.
This is not fake news.
It is not real news.
It is “reel,” though, as in scenes from “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” theatrical feature movie.
Western Salisbury Volunteer Fire Company has unveiled “Campaign 60,” a $3-million capital campaign to fund expansion and renovation of its Swain Station, 950 S. Ott St.
Fire company officials are seeking $215,000 annually, or $1.5 million over seven years, from Salisbury Township toward the “Campaign 60” goal.
With the arrival of a new fire truck in September, and the firehouse project, Western Salisbury Fire Company, founded in 1959, looks forward to its 60th anniversary in 2019, hence the “Campaign 60” moniker.
Sales of homes in the Lehigh Valley moved back into positive territory in July during the traditional house sales summer season.
And, according to real estate experts, it’s pretty much a sellers’ market in the Lehigh Valley.
Closed sales bounced back, increasing 2.7 percent in July to 756 houses sold, compared to 736 houses in July 2016, according to the Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors (GLVR) monthly report.
Closed sales had decreased 2.4 percent in June to 893 houses sold, compared to 915 in June 2016, according to the GLVR.
“The Glass Castle” is a difficult, if rewarding, film.
Among its attributes are Oscar nominee-worthy performances by Woody Harrelson as Rex Walls; Naomi Campbell as his wife, Rose Mary Walls, and Brie Larson as one of their four children, daughter, Jeannette Walls.
The film is based on the 2005 best-selling memoir, “The Glass Castle,” written by Jeannette Walls about her poverty-stricken upbringing by an alcoholic father and an eccentric mother in West Virginia. And that’s only part of the story.
For the first time in several years, Salisbury Township has a finance director whose duties are not split with managing the day-to-day affairs of the township.
Salisbury Township Finance Director Paul Ziegenfus was introduced to the board of commissioners and the public at the Aug. 10 township meeting in the municipal building.
The Salisbury Township Environmental Advisory Council is considering ways to revamp the township Street Tree Ordinance.
“The board of commissioners has asked the township to readdress the shade tree removal and they’ve asked the EAC to get involved,” Cynthia Sopka, Salisbury Township director of planning and zoning told the EAC at its Aug. 16 meeting.
“What’s happening now is an appeal process, which is costly and time-consuming. We have an attorney here and a stenographer here [for Shade Tree Commission meetings],” Sopka explained.