Monday, April 24, 2017



APRIL 29, 2017
Time: 12 Noon til 4:00 PM

Chicken $5.00

Fish $7.00 (Sandwich)

Potato Salad or Marconi Salad
Sodas .50 / Water $1.00

For more information contact:
Kevin Easterling @ email: or
via voice mail at 484-661-1161

Sunday, April 23, 2017

The Reading of the Stage play, For Colored Girls Saturday, May 6 at 4:30pm

Dress for Success Allentown 


The Reading of the Stage play, 
For Colored Girls
Saturday, May 6 at 4:30pm


Grace Episcopal Church108 N 5th Street (between 5th & Linden)Metered parking Doors open at 4:30Light refreshments Tickets are $20 

For more information call

Tracie L. Springer M.Ed.
Founder & Executive Director
Dress for Success Allentown 501c3



Friday, April 14, 2017

Comedian Marina Franklin April 15 at SteelStacks

Saturday, April 15 at SteelStacks 8:00pm

Price: $16.00 regular | $15.00 student & senior | $14.50 ArtsQuest Member

Venue: Fowler Blast Furnace Room

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New-York based Marina Franklin is emerging as one of the hottest comedians in the comedy scene today, with the following notable appearances: Amy Schumer's Trainwreck, Conan O'Brien, Louie, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Showtime’s Women Who Kill, and Chappelle’s Show.

She is a favorite in Comedy Festivals across the world, like Melbourne Comedy Festival, Scotland's Glasgow Comedy Festival, BBC's World Stand's Up, Rotterdam's Comedy Factory, Montreal’s Just For Laughs, Ireland’s Kilkenny Comedy Festival, and Nashville’s Bonnaroo Music Festival. Franklin is viciously likeable, if there is such a thing.  Read more here:

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ArtsQuest Center
101 Founders Way
Bethlehem, PA 18015

Friday, March 31, 2017

Historic marker for '85 MOVE bomb site.

Historic marker for '85 MOVE bomb site by Bobbi Booker Tribune Staff Writer

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The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission has approved a historical marker for the West Philadelphia site of the 1985 MOVE bombing, near Osage Avenue and Cobbs Creek Parkway.

The marker was nominated by students of the private, Southwest Philadelphia-based Jubilee School who for two years have studied the 1985 incident in which Philadelphia police dropped a bomb on a residential neighborhood, leaving 11 dead — including five children – and 61 row-homes destroyed.

“The students were determined to get the whole story and not just one perspective,” said Karen Falcon, history teacher and director of the Jubilee School. “They understood that the neighbors had a different perspective than the MOVE members, and that everybody’s perspective – other than the city government – had some relevance. The students had a very complex view of what happened.”

According to Karen Galle, Historical Marker Program Coordinator, only 18 markers were approved for 2017, and the decision regarding the MOVE bombing location was tough. Read more here

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Fall Hours of operation:
Tuesday through  Saturday11:00am to 5:00pm
Monday: Appointments Only

p: 484-550-2506

We accept Clean out Donations!

Your thrift donations are tax deductible and help support a good local community cause.

Center City Thrift HUB is a 501c3 non-profit Community Thrift Store  with the mission of building the only Community Wireless Network in the Lehigh Valley! 

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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Civil Rights Activist, Journalist, Professor Roger Wilkins Dies at 85

And longtime civil rights activist Roger Wilkins has died at the age of 85. Born in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1932, Wilkins went on to serve as an official in both the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, including serving as an assistant United States attorney general. He was also a journalist, writing for both The New York Times and The Washington Post, and a professor of history at George Mason University for nearly 20 years. His uncle, Roy Wilkins, led the NAACP for more than two decades, from 1955 to 1977. This is Roger Wilkins speaking about the civil rights movement with fellow activist Julian Bond as part of the oral history project "Explorations in Black Leadership."

Lehigh Carbon Community College

Wednesday, March 29, 2017


Tri-County Tax & Financial Services


Allentown, PA 18102

Tel: 610-351-1096
Fax: 610-819-9096

It is tax season again! 

Make sure you get back everything you are entitled to!  

Wally Dosunmu Proprietor
At Tri-County Tax Service we are here to assist you with the preparation of your tax returns at reasonable and competitive prices. Our knowledgeable tax associates are ready, with courtesy and professionalism.

Join the team at Northampton Community College!

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Northampton Community College, 3835 Green Pond Road, Bethlehem, PA 18020

Positions Currently Open

Full time:

Nursing Faculty

Assistant Director, Student Life & Leadership

Part time:

Custodian/Grounds (nights)

Other positions also available include adjunct instructors, regular part-time, and various pool positions. Applicant pools are reviewed for these positions as necessary.

Candidates are encouraged to visit our careers site, as postings are subject to change.

Northampton Community College is the fastest growing public college in Pennsylvania.
The College serves more than 35,000 students a year at the Main Campus in Bethlehem, a branch campus in Tannersville, and the Fowler Family Southside Center in south Bethlehem.

The College is also one of the largest employers in the region with more than 1,700 full- and part-time employees. We offer a competitive salary and excellent fringe benefits package for full-time employees, which includes health, dental, term life, long-term disability, retirement and educational assistance

To apply or for more information, visit our careers site at

NCC is an EEO/AA employer

Thursday, March 23, 2017

D.A. Seth Williams indicted on bribery, fraud charges

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams has been indicted on 23 corruption charges including extortion and wire fraud, federal authorities announced at a press conference Tuesday.

Over years, Williams accepted $54,465.48 in bribe proceeds from a friend named in the indictment as Business Owner #1 and $34,145.52 in bribe proceeds from someone named in the indictment as Business Owner #2. He also defrauded $20,319 from a nursing home by using funds meant to care for a relative for personal expenses.

Each of the 23 charges carries a maximum prison sentence of between five years and 20 years. Williams is scheduled to appear before Judge Richard Lloret on Wednesday at the United States Court House. Read More