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By dedicating her professional career to shining the spotlight on female trailblazers, Nichola Gutgold became one herself. more

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Her legacy began in 1996, when she first volunteered during Musikfest. more

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She’s even been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. more

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While the thought of growing old is frightening to some, it is often said that the alternative is much worse. To reach 100 is an extraordinary gift, and those who do it usually have equally extraordinary stories to tell. Meet Ruth, Elizabeth, Ang... more

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#40 | Phantom since 2016  | Position: Forward   Tell us about your hockey history: Fifth year professional (three and a half with LA; one and a half with Phila). 2015 Calder Cup Winner/MVP of Playoffs. What’s the best par... more

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These six women prove that exceptional style is achievable no matter what you do, whether that be report live on the daily news, perform high-risk surgery or shuttle your kids back and forth to soccer practice. more

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A wall of symmetrical, bright red skateboards creates the backdrop. Displayed on a handcrafted wood countertop is a painted pair of one-of-a-kind sneakers. Bright white walls hold high-quality art prints. The skateboarding magazines look more lik... more

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Everyone’s looking for that special someone: a partner to confide in and to love unconditionally. Those who have already found “the one” know that the right person can transform an ordinary experience into an unforgettable memory. But while... more

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A new restaurant is coming to the Lehigh Valley, courtesy of a familiar face. Celebrated restaurateur George Paxos is scheduled to open Top Cut, a highly anticipated traditional steak house, at the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley in August. T... more

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There’s a new face at the Allentown Fairgrounds Farmers Market, and her name is Lil Miss Organic. While the sign and business are new to the farmers’ market (they launched in February), this gluten-free and vegetarian-based company has been he... more

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Retirement is so 2015. These days, many senior citizens are using their golden years to take on new challenges or to keep right on doing what they’ve been doing for decades in the workplace. They’re tackling pursuits both personal and professiona... more

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Sage Karam pauses momentarily. He lets the silence briefly hang in the air before summarizing the last 11 years of his life. “Things move pretty quickly,” Karam says in a friendly, nonchalant tone. “Fast” is a fitting way to describe the 20... more

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Nick Kociolek

You may have driven past The Kiffle Kitchen Bakery the last time that you drove along Route 512. You may have heard about its recent successful airings on QVC. It’s possible that you’ve even eaten one of their pastries without knowing where the d... more

Restaurant Reviews

They don’t originate from here all that often—titans of the gridiron who play pee-wee and high school ball in the Valley and go on to be picked up by a marquee team like the Dallas Cowboys. But Devin Street, once a Liberty High School Hurricane, ... more

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As a child, playtime for Jane Heft meant building with LEGOs or making sculptures with details like shingles and shutters. Perhaps that was a career precursor to her current role as vice president and director of project design and corporate bran... more

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“She’s doing what?” That’s probably what many people think when they first learn of or meet this talented group of women. From media to motherhood to motherboards, these women are starting conversations all over town—and a lot of people are liste... more

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Superheroes come in all different shapes, sizes—and costumes. Some may wear masks to disguise their identity and brightly colored suits made of Lycra. Others, according to myth, are just big and strong. Then there are the caped crusaders... more

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Lindsey Parks, executive director of the Seed Farm with local farmers who participated in the program.

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