The title to a household where the ruckus is over. No more arguing, just broken hearts.
But what if the household isn’t broken? It’s in the process of breaking. Endless nights of
Endless hours of distraction. Hearts breaking. Piece by piece.
The thought of the end is stuck in your head. Not only when you
Can switch from breaking to broken,
But when you can come to closure.
Finally accept the fact that things will change. People go, but all your worry does not. Remain.
Q. Our 19-year-old son has failed out of two separate colleges. Since he came home, we have noticed that he is constantly on his phone or laptop, which he admits interfered with his college success. He is an adult, and we want him to be responsible for himself, but he thinks he may be addicted to electronics. Are there any resources available for him?
The overuse of or addiction to electronics and video is a new, but a real issue facing society today, according to the panel.
The Bel Canto Children’s Chorus of the Bach Choir of Bethlehem presents its 24th annual spring concert “We Are One,” 4 p.m. April 28, Wesley United Methodist Church, 2540 Center St., Bethlehem.
Dr. Joy Hirokawa, Bel Canto Founder and Artistic Director, says, “Our program this spring celebrates the diverse heritage of our choristers and their families.
“We will be singing music from Wales, England, Ireland, Bali, Puerto Rico, and music in the African-American tradition, as well.
“We invite everyone to join us in song at the concert.”
Call 610-559-3245 for locations.
Wednesday, April 25: Spaghetti with meatballs, parmesan cheese, tossed salad with Italian dressing, Italian bread with margarine, chilled pears.
Thursday, April 26: Beef barley soup, garlic cheddar chicken bake, California blend vegetables, wheat bread with margarine, chilled peaches.
Friday, April 27: Fresh cream of mushroom soup, fried haddock sandwich with lettuce, tomato and tartar sauces, coleslaw, oatmeal raisin cookie.
Stars and stripes are more than a pattern
They show that we are free
These make up the most valuable symbol
That will ever be
We should honor and respect it
Each and every day
So we can wake up
Free in every way
This is more than a piece of fabric
It is honored each day and week
So we can be here
To learn and be free to speak
What our flag means to me
Is more than you would expect
It is a symbol of freedom
For all that fought to protect
Like the many people
Who died to let us be free
Wes Anderson is a very idiosyncratic film-maker.
Consider the titles of feature movies Anderson has directed.
From his first feature, “Bottle Rocket” (1996), to “Rushmore” (1998), “The Royal Tenenbaums” (2001), “The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou” (2004), “The Squid and the Whale” (2005), “The Darjeeling Limited” (2007), “Fantastic Mr. Fox” (2009), “Moonrise Kingdom” (2012), and “The Grand Budapest Hotel” (2014), Anderson has created worlds of personalities, locations and emotions that defy description.
Auditions for Civic Theatre of Allentown’s 2018-2019 Season are 7 p.m. May 7 and 8, upstairs rehearsal studio, 19th Street Theatre, 527 N. 19th Street, Allentown.
Civic’s 2018-2019 Season is: “Billy Elliot, The Musical,” “A Christmas Carol,” ”The SantaLand Diaries,” “Noises Off,” “Buyer & Cellar,” “The Lion King, Jr.,” “Fun Home,” and “Constellations.”
Actors of all ages are asked to bring a photo and resume to the auditions, which are for all productions on both nights.
“Seussical the Musical,” through April 29, Catasauqua High School, is the perfect vehicle for exhibiting the exceptional talents of the Catasauqua Area Showcase Theatre’s performers and volunteers.
In the opening night performance, April 20, seen for this review, director Bill Nothstein pulled out all the stops from the pages of the beloved storyteller Dr. Seuss.
To commemorate “National Poetry Month” in April, the Lehigh Valley Press presents the 13th annual Student Poetry Project.
Please see the Focus pages on the Press web sites for poems selected in the Elementary School, Middle School and High School categories.
Students whose poems are published with their photos read their poems and were interviewed on the April 16 broadcast of “Lehigh Valley Arts Salon” on WDIY, 88.1, wdiy.org, Lehigh Valley Public Radio and NPR affiliate. The broadcast is available as a podcast on the WDIY web site.