Salute the vets: The Allentown Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Diane Wittry, music director, presents “Veterans’ Tribute: 100th Anniversary Of Armistice Day,” 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 and 3 p.m. Nov. 11, Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown. The concerts celebrate the United States through a commissioned work inspired by the experiences of soldiers in world wars.
The Schumann Quartett performs at 3 p.m. Nov. 11, Faith United Church of Christ, 5992 Route 378 South, Center Valley, in the 2018-19 Chamber Music Society of Bethlehem concert series.
The program is: Schubert, String Quartet No. 6 D Major D. 74; Hindemith, Quartet No. 6 in E-flat Major (1943), and Brahms, Quartet No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 51, No. 1.
The Schumann Quartett performed during the Chamber Music Society’s 2017-18 season. The quartet includes three musicians from Germany and one musicain from Estonia.
The Global ImpActors Group production of Tom Duzick’s “Greetings!” is an insightful, witty and all too relevant exploration of intolerance and other things that divide us, continuing through Nov. 11 at The Macungie Institute, Macungie.
Set in Pittsburgh at Christmastime in 1990, “Greetings” introduces the Gorskis, a working-class family headed by Phil, a staunchly Catholic, traditionalist father, and his perpetually-anxious wife Emily.
Living at home is Mickey, the intellectually-challenged younger son who has never been able to speak more than a few monosyllabic words.
For better or worse, over the decades, the Lehigh Valley has made the regional, national and international news.
“Mid90s” is the theatrical feature film directorial debut of Jonah Hill.
Hill, who turns 35 in December 2018, has had a prolific acting career with some 60 roles, including increasingly serious roles (Oscar nominee, supporting actor, “The Wolf of Wall Street,” 2013; Oscar nominee, suporting actor, “Moneyball,” 2011) after starting out playing raunchy characters in comedies (“Superbad,” 2007).
Right before the credits roll at the end of the film, “Colette,” there are photos of the real-life Colette and information about her life as a novelist, music hall performer and journalist.
There’s a lot more to the life of Colette than what is included in “Colette” the film.
It makes you wonder why more details weren’t included in the fact-based “Colette.”
Q. My two-year-old daughter has a huge biting problem at her day-care. I get a note almost every other day that she bit someone. We have contacted her doctor, who says it is normal at this age. But I don’t think it is normal if it happens this often. We have done time-outs, talked to her, and spanked her, but she doesn’t understand that biting hurts and she should not do it. What can we do?
The panel began by talking about what not to do.
Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) honors veterans with several events during Veterans Awareness Week, Nov. 5-10, Main Campus Schnecksville.
The college will create a “Faces of Honor” tribute displayed in the Student Union.
A Veterans Day flag ceremony will be held, 11 a.m. Nov. 8, at the flagpole outside the Student Services Center.
The week concludes with the second annual LCCC Military Bingo Gift Card event, noon-4 p.m. Nov. 10, Scheller-Woodman Community Services Center. Proceeds benefit the Lehigh Valley Health Network Veteran Health Program.
LV Heritage museum:
New York Times best-selling author Kenneth C. Davis will recount the Great Influenza Pandemic of 1918 in a lecture and signing of his book, “More Deadly than War: The Hidden History of the Spanish Flu and the First World War,” 1 p.m. Nov. 3, Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown.
“This year is the hundredth anniversary of the Spanish flu, the worst pandemic in modern history,” said Joseph Garrera, Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum Executive Director.