Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) is offering a two-credit course in small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS), commonly referred to as drones. With the commercial applications of drones increasingly expanding into businesses such as construction, law enforcement, agriculture, photography and videography, and engineering, drone flying skills can be of value to many employers.
The class will be offered at the college’s Lehigh Valley International Airport site, Hanger 7,...
It’s Thursday on Friday.
Miller Symphony Hall presents The Last Thursday Band as part of its “Jazz Upstairs” series, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8, Rodale Communioty Room, Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown.
The ensemble consists of Brian Bortz, bass; Lou Czechowski, keyboards; Vicki Doney, vocals, and Daniel Gonzalez, drums and percussion. Chet Brown will join the group on vocals.
Bortz says the band is a product of serendipity that “morphed organically into what it is.”
Broadway under the stars: Allentown Symphony joined by Freddy soloists, Parkland Chorale for free Levitt concert in Bethlehem
Summer is for sitting outside eating hamburgers and hot dogs, relaxing, kicking back, and in general, just having a good time.
Summer nights are for listening to music under the stars, enjoying the cool air and letting the music wash over you as you sit with friends outside on the lawn.
I think of places like Tanglewood in Massachusetts, with the Boston Symphony; Wolftrap in the Washington, D.C., area, with the National Symphony, and The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, with the...
Donna Danielson and Tom Kline, of Washington, N.J., were in line since 3 a.m. Aug. 2, the first day that members of Easton’s State Theatre Center for the Arts could purchase tickets for the 2017-18 season.
Jim and Shirley Van Norman of Easton got in line at 7 a.m. Aug. 1.
Marishka Michener and Marlene Frew, both of Easton, accompanied by Jeff Hawk, of Pohatcong Township, N.J., were first in line. All three had been camped out at the box office door since July 29.
Bamboos are perennial members of the grass family and are often one of the most difficult to control escaped ornamentals.
They are distinguished from other grasses by their woody stems, branched growth, and often large size. They can grow anywhere from one to 70-feet tall.
While often considered beautiful, bamboo can quickly turn into a homeowner’s worst nightmare if not properly maintained. Many municipalities in the Lehigh Valley are banning the planting of bamboo.