I’ve just started using on-demand food delivery services. Should I tip the delivery driver and, if so, how much?
Tipping etiquette has largely remained unchanged even though the method of delivery has evolved.
Your delivery person goes to a restaurant near you and brings the food to your door, providing a convenient service that makes your life easier.
Q. What causes a heart attack?
A blood clot in a narrowed coronary artery is the usual cause of a heart attack. The clogged artery prevents oxygenated blood from nourishing the heart. This can lead to pain, the death of heart cells, scar tissue and fatal arrythmias.
Many causes can lead to the narrowing of arteries, which is called atherosclerosis. This increases the likelihood of a heart attack.
Q. My husband just surprised me and our children with an eight-week-old puppy. I think my husband should have talked to me about this first. I know I am going to be the one who is going to take care of this dog, and I am not happy. What should I do?
The panel agreed with the mother that she should have been consulted before the husband brought the puppy home, but the panel first focused on how other decisions are made in the family.
Nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards have been announced.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences presents the 2020 Academy Awards ceremonies honoring 2019 theatrical motion picture releases, 8 p.m. (EST) Feb. 9, Dolby Theatre, Hollywood and Highland Center, Los Angeles, and televised live on ABC-TV.
Imagine hearing Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance” performed with a boisterous Bourbon Street twist.
The resulting sound and image best describes the nine-piece music ensemble Jakopa’s Punch.
The Touchstone Theatre house band performs its fourth annual Mardi Gras-themed “Jakopa’s Punch Bowl,” 7 p.m. Feb. 8, Charles A. Brown Ice House, Bethlehem.
The evet, a fundraiser for the south side Bethlehem theater, includes New Orleans-style food and complimentary wine and beer.
“The Humans” premieres in the Lehigh Valley at Civic Theatre of Allentown, opening Feb. 7 and continuing through Feb. 23.
You may not have heard of the play, but you will probably find that the characters in the play are very familiar.
“You feel that they could be your friends,” says director Will Morris, Civic Theatre Associate Artistic Director-Production Manager, who’s directing the show at Civic.
“You can watch a character and say, ‘You know that person.’ You might even think that one of them is just like you,” observes Morris.
Call 610-829-4540 (ask operator for Area Agency on Aging) for locations or visit https://www.northamptoncounty.org/HS/AGING/Pages/default.aspx.
Thursday, February 6: Veal parmigiana over vermicelli, California vegetable blend, Italian bread w/ margarine. chilled pears.
Friday, February 7: New England clam chowder, smoked turkey-salami and provolone cheese on roll, cole slaw, ambrosia.
Monday, February 10:Cream of potato soup, Hungarian goulash, extra wide noodles, roasted Brussel sprouts, wheat bread w/ margarine, chilled apricots.
“Jojo Rabbit” is in the tradition of satire that includes the movies of Monty Python (“Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” 1975; “Monty Python’s Life of Brian,” 1979, and “Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life,” 1983), a tradition that goes back at least to the infamous Jonathan Swift essay (“A Modest Proposal,” 1729).
Since “Jojo Rabbit” is, in large part, a satire about Adolph Hitler, its satiric movie predecessors include Mel Brooks’ “The Producers” (1967) and Charlie Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator” (1940).
Dr. Matthew Pinsker presents a lecture, “Lincoln’s Greatest Moment: August 23, 1864,” 1 p.m. Feb. 8, Lehigh County Historical Society’s Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown.
The lecture celebrates the 16th president’s birthday. Slices of Lincoln’s favorite white-almond cake made from Mary Lincoln’s original recipe will be available.
“This is an outstanding program for the whole family to celebrate the life of a great American president,” said Joseph Garrera, executive director of the Museum.
Time for “Rent”: The 20th anniversary production of “Rent” has two performances, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Feb. 9, State Theatre for the Arts, Easton. “For the past 20 years, ‘Rent’ has touched the lives of audiences around the world from Broadway to regional productions to high school auditoriums,” says Producer Stephen Gabriel. “Rent,” a reimagining of Puccini’s “La Bohème,” premiered off-Broadway in 1996 and transferred to Broadway, winning the 1996 Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, one of only five musicals to win both awards.