Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

What is Bethlehem, Pennsylvania known for?


culture food

, a largely free, ten-day music festival that draws over a million people to the city each August. Other festivals include The Celtic Classic, which celebrates Celtic culture, food and music, Celtic Cultural Alliance – Celtic Classic and the SouthSide Film Festival, a non-competitive, not-for-profit film festival. The city has also been the past, and current host of the North East Art Rock Festival, or NEARFest, a popular 3-day Progressive rock


rock event

for a second time in early 2005. PFM then returned to the USA for the first time since 1977 to play the Progressive Arts Showcase at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on July 8, 2005. This concert was held in conjunction with the 7th annual NEARfest Progressive Rock event. Other shows on this tour included dates in Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Panama, and Venezuela. Premoli's last work with the group, ''Dracula (Dracula (PFM album))'', was released late in the year


progressive arts

for a second time in early 2005. PFM then returned to the USA for the first time since 1977 to play the Progressive Arts Showcase at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on July 8, 2005. This concert was held in conjunction with the 7th annual NEARfest Progressive Rock event. Other shows on this tour included dates in Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Panama, and Venezuela. Premoli's last work with the group, ''Dracula (Dracula (PFM album))'', was released late in the year. It is an original Rock opera based on the Dracula legend. In 1885, Boyton was involved in the fatal leap from Brooklyn Bridge of Robert Emmet Odlum, brother of women's rights activist Charlotte Odlum Smith. Catherine Odlum, mother of Robert and Charlotte, blamed Boyton for her son's death. Boyton wrote Mrs. Odlum a letter disclaiming responsibility, which he also published in ''The New York Times'' and other periodicals. Mrs. Odlum subsequently traveled to New York City to see Boyton. According to her account, Boyton sent two men to see her who claimed to be a lawyer and a judge, and who warned her not to say anything against Boyton to avoid prosecution for slander. Catherine Odlum claimed in the biography she wrote of her son that Boyton hid or destroyed letters and telegrams from himself to Robert Odlum urging him to travel to New York and make the Brooklyn Bridge jump. '''Bethlehem Hungarian''' was an American soccer club based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that was a member of the American Soccer League.


black red

2011-06-25 Stanley, Autumn (2009). ''Raising More Hell and Fewer Dahlias: The Public Life of Charlotte Smith, 1840-1917'', Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania): Lehigh University Press. ISBN 978-0-934223-99-7 arena Stabler Arena city Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania colors black, red Arrest On August 5, 2009, Parker was taken into custody during a traffic stop around 12:30 a.m. on N. Mountain Drive at Route 378 (Pennsylvania Route 378) in Lower Saucon Township, Pennsylvania, which is near the Eagles' training camp at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Lower Saucon Township police said Parker was a passenger in a vehicle, driven by Eagles' teammate Todd Herremans, which was stopped for a traffic violation, and he had a small amount of marijuana in his possession. Parker, of Medford, New Jersey, was arraigned in the Central Booking Center and released from Northampton County (Northampton County, Pennsylvania) Prison under $1,000 bail. "Philadelphia Eagles player Juqua Parker charged with marijuana possession," ''The Morning Call'', August 6, 2009. "Eagles' Parker arrested for marijuana possession," ''The Philadelphia Daily News'', August 6, 2009. The release of ''An Inconvenient Truth'' in 2006 increased Gore's popularity among progressives. Jonathan Chait of ''The New Republic'' cites a Daily Kos straw poll and ''An Inconvenient Truth''. "Gore's popularity soars as Clinton loses her way" After it was nominated for an Academy Award, Donna Brazile, Gore's campaign chairwoman from the 2000 campaign (Al Gore presidential campaign, 2000) stated during a speech on January 31, 2007, at Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that, "Wait till Oscar (Academy awards) night, I tell people: 'I'm dating. I haven't fallen in love yet. On Oscar night, if Al Gore has slimmed down 25 or 30 pounds, Lord knows.'" "2008: Democrats in Town". ''The New York Times''. (Blog). February 2, 2007 The meaning of these remarks became clearer when on award night, while in attendance and acting as a presenter for an award, Gore began a speech that seemed to be leading up to an announcement that he would run for president. However, background music drowned him out and he was escorted offstage, implying it was a rehearsed gag. "Washington diary: Al meets Oscar" ''BBC News''. February 28, 2007 He was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and ran an unsuccessful campaign for Pennsylvania Governor (Governor of Pennsylvania) in 1934. He ran successfully for Philadelphia mayor against Robert White, a Democrat (United States Democratic Party), garnering 398,384 votes to White's 361,143. In 2001, Durst was arrested in Galveston, Texas, shortly after body parts of his senior neighbor, Morris Black, were found floating in Galveston Bay, but he was released on bail. Durst missed his court hearing and was declared the nation's first billion-dollar fugitive. He was caught in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, at a Wegmans Supermarket (Wegmans Food Markets), after trying to steal a chicken sandwich and a Band-Aid, even though he had $500 cash in his pocket. A police search of his rented car yielded $37,000 in cash, two guns, marijuana, and Black's driver's license. '''Bethlehem Hungarian''' was an American soccer club based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that was a member of the American Soccer League.


rock opera

''''' is a rock opera about Jesus. It is based on the question, "What if Jesus was born in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania?". After the original tour in 2003 ended, it was released on DVD, CD (!Hero (album)), and was written into a trilogy of novels and series of comic books. In Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, a child named Jesus but referred to as HERO (a derivative of Jesus, as described in the gospels of the Bible) is born and forced to flee with his family to the small

. It is an original Rock opera based on the Dracula legend. In 1885, Boyton was involved in the fatal leap from Brooklyn Bridge of Robert Emmet Odlum, brother of women's rights activist Charlotte Odlum Smith. Catherine Odlum, mother of Robert and Charlotte, blamed Boyton for her son's death. Boyton wrote Mrs. Odlum a letter disclaiming responsibility, which he also published in ''The New York Times'' and other periodicals. Mrs. Odlum subsequently traveled to New York City to see Boyton. According to her account, Boyton sent two men to see her who claimed to be a lawyer and a judge, and who warned her not to say anything against Boyton to avoid prosecution for slander. Catherine Odlum claimed in the biography she wrote of her son that Boyton hid or destroyed letters and telegrams from himself to Robert Odlum urging him to travel to New York and make the Brooklyn Bridge jump. '''Bethlehem Hungarian''' was an American soccer club based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that was a member of the American Soccer League.


performing solo

Moravian College in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and joined the Razzy Dazzy Spasm Band (Razzy Dazzy Spasm Band (folk)) which would also include guitarist Richard Shindell. He later began performing solo at the Godfrey Daniels coffee house as the opening act for various musicians who toured there. These included Nanci Griffith, Bill Morrissey, Claudia Schmidt and Jack Hardy (Jack Hardy (singer-songwriter)). Allentown Going down a steep hill, PA 145 enters the city of Allentown as South 4th St. At the end of the hill, PA 145 intersects Emaus Avenue, a major road that connects Bethlehem (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania), Allentown, and Emmaus (Emmaus, Pennsylvania). Past Emaus Avenue, PA 145 continues through the Allentown neighborhood of Mountainville, passing east of a shopping center with stores such as Price Rite and K-Mart. Exiting Mountainville, PA 145 turns west onto Susquehanna Street and crosses both Trout Creek and the Norfolk Southern Railway before making a wide curve to the north and becoming S. 5th St. '''Bethlehem Hungarian''' was an American soccer club based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that was a member of the American Soccer League.


played basketball

(Reading, Pennsylvania) Reading (PA) High School , where Gary Walters, the current Princeton Athletic Director, and former Princeton point guard, played basketball under him in high school. Early life Packer is a graduate of Liberty High School (Liberty High School (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)) in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. He attended Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina from 1958 to 1962 and played guard on the school's Wake Forest Demon Deacons men's


education title

" The district operates two high schools for grades 9–12: Liberty High School (Liberty High School (Bethlehem, Pennsylvania)) near center city and Freedom High School (Freedom High School (Pennsylvania)) in neighboring Bethlehem Township (Bethlehem Township, Pennsylvania). The district also has four public


original rock

. It is an original Rock opera based on the Dracula legend. In 1885, Boyton was involved in the fatal leap from Brooklyn Bridge of Robert Emmet Odlum, brother of women's rights activist Charlotte Odlum Smith. Catherine Odlum, mother of Robert and Charlotte, blamed Boyton for her son's death. Boyton wrote Mrs. Odlum a letter disclaiming responsibility, which he also published in ''The New York Times'' and other periodicals. Mrs. Odlum subsequently traveled to New York City to see


dramatic events

'''Bethlehem Hungarian''' was an American soccer club based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that was a member of the American Soccer League.

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

'''Bethlehem''' is a city in Lehigh (Lehigh County, Pennsylvania) and Northampton (Northampton County, Pennsylvania) counties in the Lehigh Valley region of the eastern portion of the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 74,982, making it the seventh largest city in Pennsylvania, after Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown (Allentown, Pennsylvania), Erie (Erie, Pennsylvania), Reading (Reading, Pennsylvania), and Scranton (Scranton, Pennsylvania). U.S. Census Bureau, 2010. Retrieved 25 March 2011. Of this, 55,639 were in Northampton County, and 19,343 were in Lehigh County.

Bethlehem lies in the center of the Lehigh Valley, a region of 731 square miles (1,893 km²) that is home to more than 800,000 people. Together with Allentown and Easton (Easton, Pennsylvania), the Valley embraces the '''Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, PA-NJ metropolitan area''', including Lehigh, Northampton, and Carbon (Carbon County, Pennsylvania) counties within Pennsylvania, and Warren County (Warren County, New Jersey) in the adjacent state of New Jersey. Smaller than Allentown but larger than Easton, Bethlehem is the Lehigh Valley's second most populous city. In turn, this metropolitan area comprises Pennsylvania's third-largest metropolitan area and the state's largest and most populous contribution to the greater New York City metropolitan area.

There are four general sections of the city: central Bethlehem, the south side, the east side, and the west side. Each of these sections blossomed at different times in the city's development and each contains areas recognized under the National Register of Historic Places. Zip codes that use the address Bethlehem totaled 116,000 in population in the year 2000. These zip codes include Bethlehem Township (Bethlehem Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania) and Hanover Township (Hanover Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania).

In July 2006, ''Money (Money (magazine))'' magazine placed Bethlehem as number 88 on its "Top 100 Best Places to Live."

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