Lehigh Carbon Community College’s Student Nurses Association of Pennsylvania (SNAP) Chapter won “Chapter of the Year” at the SNAP convention Nov. 15-18, Kalahari Resort and Convention Center, Pocono Mountains.
LCCC student Megan McGonagle of Schnecksville was elected Southeast Regional Representative and Membership Chair.
There were 35 theater reviews of Lehigh Valley region stage shows published in 2017 in the Press newspapers and web sites.
The list includes the date the review was published and the name of the reviewer.
The theater reviews are archived on the Focus page of the Press web sites.
You can read the reviews by going to any of the eight Press web sites and doing a search by play title, theater group and-or date published:
Here’s the list of plays reviewed in 2017 in the Focus print section and-or web site pages:
The very title, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” is a teaser. No spoiler alert here, but, whether you’re an intense fan or casual fan of “Star Wars,” be prepared to be moved by the latest in what is the greatest science-fiction movie franchise on the planet.
With so many platforms competing for your time and dollar, the depth, range and success of the platform that is Lehigh Valley stage is rather remarkable.
Yes, theater is live and well and entertaining in the Lehigh Valley.
Winter arrives: Lehigh Valley’s own Wizards of Winter, featuring former members of The Trans-Siberian Orchestra and other rock powerhouses like Rainbow, Alice Cooper Band, and Ted Nugent Band, return to rock in the holidays with their own brand of Christmas magic, 4 p.m. Dec 17. State Theatre for the Arts, Easton.
I had a friend on social media who got carried away with political posts, and I ended up blocking the person. At the time, I felt relieved. A couple of weeks went by and I forgot all about this. Then I ran into my “blocked” friend at the grocery store. I wasn’t sure if I should say hello or pretend I didn’t see the person. In the moment, I decided to give a slight nod and hurried out of the store. I realize blocking the person wasn’t the smartest way to handle this. Can you suggest a better way to handle Facebook friends who are so passionate in their opinions?
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Wednesday, Dec. 20: Salisbury steak w/ gravy, mashed potatoes, carrots, banana.
Thursday, Dec. 21: Herbed pork, mashed yams, braised red cabbage, oatmeal cookie.
Friday, Dec. 22: Crab cake, tartar sauce, potato wedges, wax beans, applesauce.
Monday, Dec. 25: Centers closed. Christmas Day.
Tuesday, Dec. 26: Baked ham w/ maple mustard, whipped sweet potato, Brussels sprouts, angel food cake.
Wednesday, Dec. 27: Chicken Marsala, brown rice, green beans, pineapple tidbits.
“Wonder” is a wonderful film that deals with the topic of bullying and should be seen by school students and families.
The film is not presented as an anti-bullying film per se and it is much more than that.
“Wonder” is about August “Auggie” Pullman, who has undergone 27 surgeries after he was born with mandibulofacial dystosis, known as Treacher Collins Syndrome.
Q. My four-year-old throws tantrums every time we have to go somewhere. I dread the holidays because it is such a battle to get him to leave his grandparents’ house, a store or a party. What can the panel suggest I do to make the transitions peaceful?
It is not unusual for a four-year-old to have difficulty making transitions, according to panel member Denise Continenza. “Plus, it could just be his temperament to get focused and very involved in what he is doing, so it becomes difficult for him to make changes. If mom knows that it is going to be an issue, she should plan ahead.”