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Several churches and organizations in the Tri-State area are holding free community Thanksgiving dinners, including: Sunday, Nov. 20 • The Williamsport Moose Lodge will hold its third annual Thanksgiving community meal Sunday to feed area...
BOSTON — Torey Krug can be forgiven for not having a favorite Bruins game tradition. In the five home games he has played at TD Garden in the last two months, the defenseman has been a little more concerned with making his playoff debut. But the...
Tags: Tuukka Rask, Music, Ice Hockey, Tyler Seguin, Entertainment
Everything seems to keep getting more expensive. But summer fun doesn't have to drain your pocketbook. There are free activities all over the Lehigh Valley, from theater performances to movies to bowling. Some activities are just for the kids, but there...
Q. I am part of a nonqualified defined contribution plan. If the company files for bankruptcy, is my balance secure? — P.H. A. Probably not. To get favorable tax treatment, qualified defined contribution plans, such as 401(k)s, must comply with...
Genre mash-ups are de rigueur these days. Of course, writers like Margaret Atwood have been tight-roping the misty border between literary fiction and speculative fiction, fantasy and mystery for years. But a new outcropping of younger upstarts, such as...
Tags: Ray Bradbury, James Baldwin, Slavery, Fiction, Genres
It takes a trained ear to know the call of the grasshopper sparrow. Or a bobolink. Or even a meadowlark. For Wendy Paulson, standing in the grasslands of North Barrington and focusing her telescope on a rare savannah sparrow for all to see, it brings...
"Being a writer and a Texan," Larry McMurtry wrote in the late 1960s, "is an amusing fate." What he was addressing was the shift, in the years after World War II, "from the land to the cities" and what he saw as "the dying of … the rural,...
The Hartford CourantLisa Tonner was living in Fairfield County and knew nothing about Paganism when, in the late 1980s, she accepted an invitation to go to the city. "My friend said, 'Do you want to go to New York? We're going to a magic shop'," she recalled. "And I...
It sounded like a Baltimore-themed idea that made sense. To celebrate a century of screen painting, 100 new, colorful window screens would be installed along the commercial district of Highlandtown, in the very heart of the neighborhoods where this...
Tags: Artists, Business, Painting, Arts and Culture, Highlandtown
Pandora’s legal disputes with performance-rights organizations are heating up. BMI, or Broadcast Music Inc., one of the groups that collects royalties from broadcasters to pay publishers and songwriters, is suing the Internet radio giant in...
Two new exhibits in Delray Beach spotlight the development and styles of two national pastimes — kite flying and making quilts. The Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture is hosting "Flying High: The Story of Kites" and "A Quilting Evolution."...
Amid all the wrangling over renovations and increased signage at Wrigley Field, we'd like to explode a few myths about the 99-year-old ballpark. As Ernie Banks might put it, let's play 10: 1 The ballpark you know as Wrigley Field, home of the Cubs, used...
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