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Wednesday, May 9: Tilapia with bread crumbs, roasted potatoes, mixed vegetables, chocolate pudding.
Thursday, May 10: Marinated chicken over bed of Romaine lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, fresh fruit.
Friday, May 11: Chopped steak w/onion gravy, mashed potatoes, broccoli, banana.
Monday, May 14: Pennsylvania “Dutch” turkey barbecue in white sauce, German potato salad, green beans, cookie.
Tuesday, May 15: Breaded veal patty w/brown gravy, wheat pasta, butternut squash, applesauce.
The Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission contacted seven area artists to participate in “Putting It Together,” an invitational show through May 31, Rotunda Gallery, Bethlehem Town Hall, 10 E. Church St., Bethlehem.
“Every year we do a curated show with a theme,” says James A. DePietro, a member of the fine arts commission. “Putting It Together” has a mixed media theme involving “artists working with multiple imagery,” he explains.
When you hear the word “bulb,” what is the first flower you think of: tulip, daffodil, crocus, snowdrop or other fall-planted bulb?
Can you name your favorite summer bulb? These include begonia, caladium, canna, dahlias, gladiola, lilies of many varieties, oxalis, and many more.
Bulbs is a term used loosely to include corms, tubers, tuberous roots, rhizomes, and true bulbs. Bulbs are grouped broadly into spring-flowering (January through May) and summer-flowering (June through September) plants.
It might seem incongruous to call a theatrical production about dying a feel-good play, but that is a perfect way to describe Civic Theatre of Allentown’s latest offering, “Tuesdays with Morrie,” through May 20, Alumnae Hall, Cedar Crest College, Allentown.
Written originally as a best-selling memoir by sportswriter Mitch Albom, then turned into a TV movie and later a play by Albom and Jeffrey Hatcher, “Tuesdays with Morrie” celebrates life and death as natural progressions.
Spoiler Alert: This movie review is going to avenge “Avengers: Infinity War.”
The hit movie, which broke domestic and international opening weekend movie box-office records, and continues to set records, is a bloated, computer-generated-imagery mess.
The Mavel Cinematic Universe is a very crowded universe in “Avengers: Infinity War,” with just about every character known to superhero fans in the movie, short of Inspector Gadget. Yes, I know he’s not part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Lucky him. It wouldn’t have surprised me if Jar Jar Binks showed up.
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Wednesday, May 2: Broccoli cheese soup, chicken and grape salad on a croissant, marinate vegetable salad, fresh banana mousse.
Thursday, May 3: Sweet ‘n sour pork, white rice, Asian mixed vegetables, wheat bread with margarine, Mandarin oranges.
Friday, May 4: Cream of tomato soup, Tater Tot casserole, succotash, wheat bread with margarine, rice pudding.
Monday, May 7: Apricot nectar, calves liver, onion gravy, mashed red potatoes, roasted Brussels sprouts, wheat bread w/ margarine, tapioca pudding.
The 20th annual City Arts Camp returns June 25 and runs through June 29 in Allentown.
The camp, a collaborative project of the Allentown Art Museum, Allentown Symphony Association, The Baum School of Art, Civic Theatre of Allentown, Community Music School, and Repertory Dance Theatre, allows campers to learn about the arts while participating in activities and classes run by the Allentown arts nonprofits.
The camp is for children from ages 7 to 11 and is held 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. each day.
Emmaus native and award-winning filmmaker Stephanie Gardner wanted to spotlight local films directed by and starring women in her second film festival in her hometown.
“I was excited to find out how many women are making films in the Lehigh Valley,” Gardner says. “It was bigger than I expected.”
Dear Jacquelyn, With summer approaching, I could use suggestions regarding appropriate summer attire for work. I would like to put away the dark pants and wear some dresses. How can I update my office wardrobe while taking care to not overdo it?
It’s important to strike a balance between comfortable and appropriate when it comes to work attire.
The first thing you’ll want to do is consult dress code of the company. Businesses have a variety of policies regarding summer office attire.