Monthly Archives: November 2012

Nuangola Theater to Present ‘A Christmas Carol: The Musical’

The Theater at the Grove in Nuangola will be starting a new holiday tradition this year, by presenting a Christmas musical. In the past, the Theater at the Grove only presented plays in the summer, but this year they wanted … Continue reading

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Deck Your House in Holiday Cheer and Win!

The Northampton Patch wants to find the most over-the-top holiday decorations in America—the best “decked” house in the country—the one home so spectacularly decorated that everyone in town jokes your holiday decorations could rival Rockefeller Center’s.If this sounds like your … Continue reading

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Allentown’s First Art Squawk Draws Crowds

Downtown Allentown’s art galleries opened their doors this past Sunday for the areas first Allentown Art Squawk. More than a dozen galleries took part. Curious residents and art lovers visited the open houses at the galleries, despite the blustery, chilly … Continue reading

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Helping Hands Add Special Touch to Thanksgiving Meal

Instead of the daily routine of walking through a cafeteria line, those who went to the St. Vincent de Paul Kitchen, in Wilkes-Barre, on Thursday afternoon got something special: they got served just like at a restaurant. Thanks to the … Continue reading

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Fun Thanksgiving Trivia

1. Thanksgiving Hasn’t Always Been a National Holiday Abraham Lincoln finally established Thanksgiving as a holiday in 1863. 2. Thanksgiving Hasn’t Always Been on the Same Date Abraham Lincoln declared in 1863 that Thanksgiving fall on the fourth Thursday of … Continue reading

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Victorian Christmas Celebration Planned at Delaware Water Gap

An old fashion Christmas celebration is planned at the Delaware Water Gap on the New Jersey-Pennsylvania border, presented by the National Park Service and the Millbrook Village Society. A Victorian style Christmas will take place on Dec. 1 from 11 … Continue reading

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Eastern PA Minor League Teams Announce New Names

The top minor league affiliate for the New York Yankees will be moving likely back to Northeastern PA for the 2013 season. Along with a newly renovated stadium, they will also play under a new name: the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Railriders. The … Continue reading

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Charter School in Chester to Give Away $6000 in Holiday Gift Certificates

Chester Community Charter School will host its 13th annual Thanksgiving gift certificate giveaway for students and their families. Nearly 600 parents of CCCS students will receive the $10 gift certificates, good toward turkey and other holiday food at Sam & … Continue reading

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Author Lets Creative Juices Flow at his Home in Emmaus

Author of the hit novel Marley & Me, John Grogan recently spoke to the Toledo Blade about his life and the inner workings of his creative mind. Grogan began his writing career as a reporter, where he was offered a … Continue reading

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Five Reasons Why You Should Remodel Your Bathroom

There comes a time when you are just in need of remodeling your bathroom. This can be for many reasons, but the point here is not to put up with the problems around your home if you are not happy. Fix anything … Continue reading

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