The shelter-in-place has made it clear that just about anything you can buy can be delivered right to your doorstep. Our delivery workers play an essential role and put themselves in germs’ way. Please offer some guidance for tipping etiquette in this coronavirus era.
We have come to rely the on frontline workers who put their health before our own to deliver groceries and all the items we bought to make our time indoors as comfortable as...
Q. What are “blue blockers” and are they worth getting?
There’s a controversy over the possible harm done by blue light.
There is blue light in the bright glare from snow or water. Lenses that block blue light are usually amber-colored. This color is supposed to help you see distant objects more easily. Amber sunglasses are used by many pilots and hunters.
If you are shopping for sunglasses, the most important feature to look for is the ability to protect your eyes from...
For locations, updates, information and closings, visit www.lehighcounty.org/Departments/Human-Services/Neighborhood-Senior-Cent... or call 610-782-3254 for locations.
Wednesday, May 27: Spaghetti and meatballs, broccoli and cauliflower, whole wheat spaghetti, carckers, fresh apple slices.
Thursday, May 28: Barbecue turkey, mashed potatoes, cornbread, diced...
Editor’s Note: The Baum School of Art, including its students, administrators and supporters, is adjusting to the time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Second of three parts
With the order for statewide closure of non-essential businesses, The Baum School of Art was required to suspend its Spring Session and cancel its Post Session of classes.
The classroom studios and galleries at 510 Linden St., Allentown, are closed to the public until further notice.
Restaurants across Pennsylvania had to shutter their dining areas after Gov. Tom Wolf’s March 16 statewide closure of non-essential businesses in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
To keep restaurants afloat while protecting workers and customers, eateries were permitted to continue offering take-out and delivery.
Yocco’s third generation owner Gary Iacocca and his employees acted swiftly to meet the challenge.
Upon hearing news of the developing pandemic...
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For Dave Fry, one of the worst days of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic lockdown was when he locked down his bag of children’s instruments.
Fry, a Southside Bethlehem mainstay and co-founder of the Godfrey Daniels concert venue who plays folk music and children’s music, uses the toy instruments to involve children when he performs.
“My music is interactive. When I play, kids can pick up instruments and shakers. I can engage with them and have the...
Editor’s Note: The Baum School of Art, including its students, patrons and administrators, is adjusting to the time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
First of three parts
The Baum School of Art awarded full, half and quarter scholarships to nearly 50 students from age five through 17 during a virtual presentation of the “Children & Teen Student Exhibition” awards ceremony.
Baum School of Art Executive Director Shannon Fugate introduced the April 18 online event...
Lehigh Carbon Community College Foundation has canceled events, including LCCC Scholarship Clay Shoot, Raising the Paw Bingo, LCCC Golf Classic and Fall Fitness Fest, for 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The LCCC Foundation has established the COVID-19 Student Emergency Fund to assist students with expenses relating to food, housing, utilities, transportation, childcare, healthcare and more.
Those interested in supporting LCCC students can go to:...
Lehigh Carbon Community College students in one of 25 program majors, including biology, chemistry, computer science, drafting and design, technology, engineering and math (STEM) have the opportunity to receive up to $5,000 in scholarships per year through a National Science Foundation grant.
The application priority deadline for the fall semester is June 30.
Information: www.lccc.edu/scholarships, or Deepika Khilnaney...
Q. I just turned 70 and I was wondering what my chances are of getting to 100?
If you want some idea about your life expectancy, you can check out a table provided by the U.S. Social Security Administration:
If you are a “healthy geezer,” you can do better than the average.
If you want to reach 100, you should know that there are three major characteristics that...