POTTSVILLE — The Easter Bunny took time out of his busy schedule preparing for the upcoming holiday to visit with children and families Saturday at the Fairlane Village mall. Before Peter Cottontail arrived, live rabbits and doves were the highlight of a 45-minute magic show hosted by Stephen Christopher. Christopher dazzled audience members old and young alike with card tricks, fake wands and his animal sidekicks before giving way to the Easter Bunny.
POTTSVILLE — Scores of green-clad patrons lined the city’s streets Saturday for the 44th annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. Green was visible up and down the parade route from simple articles of clothing to more elaborate outfits and accessories, such as hats and jewelry.
SCHUYLKILL HAVEN — Pine Grove Area’s Schuylkill County Academic Competition team pounded on the door of a state-level appearance the last two years but each time they were denied by Blue Mountain. This year, the eight-member team broke through Friday, defeating Blue Mountain 100-60 to advance to states for the first time since 2004. “This team has worked hard since practice number one, and I couldn’t be happier for them,” coach Gerald Salen said. “They’ve been disciplined since day one.
@SlackerInc@AnnihilationMov@A24 Generally I try to get people who have read the book since we're sort of a book-centric hardcore geek show. If you want the opinions of people who haven't read the book -- or apparently *any* book -- I feel like there are a million movie podcasts like that.
@SlackerInc@AnnihilationMov@A24 Anyway I kind of prefer it that way, where it's like the judges at the Olympics giving their scores. If we always planned to have one person who hated it, one person who loved it, and one person who thought it was okay, I feel like there would be less suspense and more sameness.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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