Scott Stoneback’s The Media People, based in Alburtis, has been in the documentary film and video business for more than 40 years.
He continues documenting history. And his family continues careers in the media.
Francee Fuller is Marketing Manager, Barry Isett & Associates.
Their son, Ellis, is video editor for the reality TV show, “Say Yes To The Dress,” seen on The Learning Channel.
Their son, Robert, twin brother of Ellis, is managing editor, Ophthalmology Management magazine. Robert had written for East Penn Press.
Several assistant coaches for the 2017-18 school year have been hired in Northampton Area School District.
Hired at the Aug. 28 NASD Board of Education meeting, at the recommendation of the administration, were Robert Hahn, assistant boys soccer coach, at a stipend of $1,708, and Adam O’Hara, assistant girls volleyball coach, at $1,500.
Hired at the Aug. 14 NASD Board of Education meeting were Kayla Bringenberg, assistant cheerleading coach, $2,912, and Jacqueline Steidel, assistant cheerleading coach, $1,941.
A truck drives into a crowd in the Netherlands, crashes and explodes.
Police, Interpol and international spies in high-end SUVs chase a suspect through city streets, smashing into vehicles.
An anti-crime expert is tortured, including the use of blindfolding and electric shock.
This is not fake news.
It is not real news.
It is “reel,” though, as in scenes from “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” theatrical feature movie.
When it came to opening day for the 2017-18 school year in Northampton Area School District, Stephanie Chlebove hit the ground running.
“I got the call Thursday around 3 o’clock that I could come in Friday and set up for Monday,” Chlebove told a reporter for The Press after the Aug. 28 NASD Board of Education meeting when her hiring as a kindergarten teacher at Moore Elementary School was confirmed.
Sales of homes in the Lehigh Valley moved back into positive territory in July during the traditional house sales summer season.
And, according to real estate experts, it’s pretty much a sellers’ market in the Lehigh Valley.
Closed sales bounced back, increasing 2.7 percent in July to 756 houses sold, compared to 736 houses in July 2016, according to the Greater Lehigh Valley Realtors (GLVR) monthly report.
Closed sales had decreased 2.4 percent in June to 893 houses sold, compared to 915 in June 2016, according to the GLVR.
“The Glass Castle” is a difficult, if rewarding, film.
Among its attributes are Oscar nominee-worthy performances by Woody Harrelson as Rex Walls; Naomi Campbell as his wife, Rose Mary Walls, and Brie Larson as one of their four children, daughter, Jeannette Walls.
The film is based on the 2005 best-selling memoir, “The Glass Castle,” written by Jeannette Walls about her poverty-stricken upbringing by an alcoholic father and an eccentric mother in West Virginia. And that’s only part of the story.
“The Dark Tower” is a competent science-fiction film with several good performances.
The movie is based on the series of eight novels (1998-2012) written by Stephen King that stitches together several cinema genres and literary influences.
In “The Dark Tower” movie, Roland Deschain (Idris Elba), known as the last Gunslinger, is battling Walter O’Dim (Matthew McConaughey), known as the Man in Black. Roland is trying to stop Walter from toppling the Dark Tower, purported to be the energy force that powers the universe.
Parents and students may still be working on their tans, which is no easy feat in this seemingly rainiest of summers. Be that as it may, you know back-to-school time is right around the corner when high school band practice starts.
Northampton Area High School’s band camp began 4-9 p.m. Aug. 7-11, continued 8 a.m.-noon and 5-8 p.m. Aug. 14-18 and continues 4-8 p.m. Aug. 22 and 24.
Northampton Area Middle School’s band camp was held 9 a.m.-noon Aug. 14-16.
Pre-K is a “go” for the 2017-18 school year in Northampton Area School District, thanks to a new state grant and continued Head Start of the Lehigh Valley funding.
The grant will fund a pre-K class for 4-year-olds at Moore Elementary School, Moore Township. Approximately 20 children are expected to attend. Because notification of the Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts funding was received the week of Aug. 7, the class is scheduled to start Nov. 1.
“Dunkirk” is a brutally-realistic film based on the true story about a World War II battle in which the retreat of Allied Forces became a rallying cry for United Kingdom Prime Minister Winston Churchill with the military and civilians to fight the Nazis.