Who Cared About Gas Mileage? We Wanted Fun in '71!

001 exterior dodgecharger webIn 1971, a gallon of gas cost 40¢. You can't even get a candy bar for 40¢ any more! However, it was not the cost of gasoline that was a concern — it was what happened to the gas after the motor digested it that became a big issue in the '70s.

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Get Out and Get Down! Late Summer Concerts

west park band shell webBe sure to go and enjoy one or more of these concerts in the Lehigh Valley area. Most of these concerts are free of charge. You might want to bring a chair for some of the outdoor cancerts.  Please note that we are not responible for changes, cancellations, additions, weather conditions, or any other inconveniences.

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Mini Golf for Maxi Fun

Lucky Strokes Miniature Golf webWhat is the history of miniature golf?
In these days of gender sensitivity, it is interesting to note that miniature golf had its beginnings as a lady's sport.
If you played stickball as a child, then you followed along a tradition that goes back to the 13th century and perhaps beyond. There are records of the Dutch playing a game where a leather ball was hit in order to reach a target several hundred yards away. The player who succeeded with the fewest strokes won.

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Asthma or Allergy? Find Out and Breathe Easier

pollen dandelion weed webHaving Difficulty Breathing? You Could Have
Asthma — Often Undiagnosed in Older Adults

A disease that typically first develops in children and teens, asthma can develop at any age but is often more difficult to diagnose in older adults, says St. Luke’s pulmonologist Neal M. Fitzpatrick, MD, of St. Luke’s Pulmonary & Critical Care Associates.

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The Drive to Create Self-Driving Cars

Knight Rider Kitt Pontiac Firebird Interior webLet us drift back in time to when you first learned to drive. Forget the panicked look on your instructor's face and think about the feeling of freedom you had as you anticipated going where you wanted when you wanted. Ah, the dreams of youth!
There is another dream driving automotive engineers, entrepreneurs, and expectant techies in the 21st century: self-driving cars. Somewhere between 2018 and 2020, they would be available to the public. Ooops. It turns out that mimicking the nuances of human drivers is a lot more difficult than first thought.

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