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Monday, October 14, 2019

Healthy Geezer: High-protein diet

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by FRED CICETTI in Focus

Q. I’ve been on a diet high in proteins and low in carbohydrates for several weeks now and I’ve lost weight. What do you think of this type of diet?

These diets can bring a quick drop in weight because eliminating carbohydrates causes a loss of body fluids.

And, high-protein diets cause substances called “ketones” to be released into the bloodstream. The ketones make dieting easier by lowering appetite.

8 DAYS A WEEK:

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by The Press in Focus

One word: Wynonna & The Big Noise roars into Penn’s Peak, Jim Thorpe, for a concert, 8 p.m. Oct. 4. Doors open at 7 p.m. Wynonna Judd released the studio album, “Wynonna & the Big Noise,” in 2016. The album produced two singles, “Jesus And A Jukebox” and “Things I Lean On.” Wynonna Ellen Judd (born Christina Claire Ciminella, May 30, 1964) is a multi-award-winning American country music and Adult Contemporary pop singer. She rose to fame in the 1980s alongside her mother Naomi in the country music duo The Judds.

Honors Scholars

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by The Press in Focus

LCCC:

Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC) is providing The Honors Scholars program for a limited number of first-year students who plan to graduate from LCCC and transfer to a four-year college or university.

Applications are being accepted for students enrolling for the Fall 2020 semester.

Information: LCCC Admissions office, 610-799-1575; honors@LCCC.edu;

lccc.edu/academics/college-honors/honors-scholars.

Author talk on

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by The Press in Focus

LV MUSEUM:

Historian Patrick Donmoyer will speak about and sign copies of his book, “Powwowing in Pennsylvania:

Braucherei & the Ritual of Everyday Life,” 1 p.m. Oct. 12, Lehigh County Historical Society’s Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown.

“Patrick Donmoyer will reveal traditional Pennsylvania Dutch ritual folk healing practices and the insights they provide into the development of a distinctive Pennsylvania Dutch folk culture,” said Joseph Garrera, Executive Director of the Museum.

Bach Choir, soloists bring ‘Joyful’ to Festival Unbound

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by KATHY LAUER-WILLIAMS in Focus

It’s a true Lehigh Valley community of music.

Angel-voiced Bel Canto youth singers join with the playful and raucous Jakopa’s Punch band; hip-hop-inspired body percussion punctuates a group of elite high school chorale singers, and a New Orleans-style brass band adds a swinging vibe to the spiritual sounds of a Baptist church choir.

‘Prometheus’ returns, now Unbound

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by The Press in Focus

“Let’s go.”

Those were the last words uttered in “Steelbound,” Touchstone Theatre’s groundbreaking 1999 theatrical work that anchored its Steel Festival, a multi-arts festival celebrating Bethlehem’s heritage of steelmaking soon after the steelmaking stopped in Bethlehem.

Now, 20 years later, Touchstone, and Bethlehem, have moved forward, into the future. Touchstone is exploring that future in a new work, a sequel to “Steelbound” called “Prometheus/Redux,” which anchors a new and bigger festival, Festival UnBound.

‘The Secret’ is out: Actors, puppets, musicians join to explore Bethlehem poet H.D.

Thursday, October 3, 2019 by GEORGE VANDOREN in Focus

“The Secret,” a new mixed-media play by the Mock Turtle Marionette Theater about H.D. (Hilda Doolittle), the Bethlehem native and poet, has its world premiere, Oct. 5 - 8, Touchstone Theatre, as part of “Festival Unbound.”

“The Secret” is part of “Finding H.D., A Community Exploration of the Life and Work of Hilda Doolittle,” a year-long series of events organized by the Lehigh University English Department, Bethlehem Area Public Library, the Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center in Allentown and Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre.

Theater Review: Pines has a ‘Clue’ in new musical

Tuesday, October 1, 2019 by CAROLE GORNEY in Focus

Even if you’ve never played the internationally popular board game “Clue,” you probably are familiar with the colorfully-named murder suspects: Professor Plum, Miss Scarlett, Mrs. Peacock, Colonel Mustard, Mrs. White and Mr. Green.

The board game “Clue” was patented in 1944 by English musician Anthony E. Pratt, who invented it to help wile away the time during underground air raid drills during World War II. It was only a matter of time, given its popularity, that it would become a musical.