In Other News

Studio B announces Thursday Series: Life in the Old Days: Stories of the Past with Bob Wood

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Reel Experiences with Rob Humanick: Hilarious and heartfelt ‘Obvious Child’ packs a contentious punch

“Obvious Child” is a deeply political film that is all the more potent for its subterfuge as a crowd-pleaser. Dealing with an inflammatory topic – abortion – the film is bound to provoke strong responses from women and men alike. While it can be argue...

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  • Music

    Acoustic Trio 11A to perform live at The Historic State Theatre of Boyertown this Friday

    The Historic State Theatre of Boyertown is proud to present 11A in concert on Friday, Oct. 17, at 7:30 p.m. Doors will open to the public at 7:00 pm. Tickets are currently on sale now at a discounted price when purchased in advance at http://statetheatreboyertown.com/purchase_tickets_online, or at the box office on the day of the live event.

    From The Historic State Theatre of Boyertown |

  • General news

    Dairy Queen latest target of data theft

    It has happened again – another corporate data breach. This time it’s Dairy Queen. The popular ice cream chain announced Thursday that it is the latest target of customer data theft.

    By Donna Rovins drovins@21st-centurymedia.com |

  • General news

    Pot grow house discovered in Amity

    A township has been charged after police discovered a marijuana growing operation in his home.

    By Marian Dennis mdennis@21st-centurymedia.com @MarianDennis1 on Twitter |

  • Events

    8th Annual Pickfest to kick off in Boyertown on Saturday, Oct. 25; volunteers needed

    The 2014 Boyertown Pickfest- A Celebration of Americana has grown over the number of years and is now relocating and expanding into downtown Boyertown. The festival, usually sponsored and held at Frecon Farms orchard, is now donating the event to Building a Better Boyertown and The Colebrookedale Railroad to be used as a fundraiser. The location will now be in the Boyertown Rail Yard on South Washington Avenue and East Philadelphia Avenue.

    By Krista Zimmerman For 21st Centurymedia @boyertowntimes on Twitter |

  • General news

    Hay Creek Association Apple Festival celebrates fall and apples

    Morgantown >> The Hay Creek Apple Festival celebrated the season of fall and, of course, apples this past weekend at Joanna Furnace off of route 10.

    By Gwen Bauer For 21st Century Media |

  • General news

    On the Record with Carol: Morgantown’s American Legion Riders are at it again!

    Members of the American Legion Riders from Post 537 did it again. Previously on July 27, 2014 their bikes were out in full force with the Morgantown group close to 40 members strong led by Legion Rider’s President George Svencer carrying a check for $5,000 to the old Jonas Hotel at 1130 Scenic Drive in Jonas, Pa.

    By Carol Quaintance For Century 21 Media quaintancecarol@gmail.com |

  • Features/People

    Morgantown American Legion Post 537 honors boy, 11, for work with veterans

    The Morgantown American Legion Post 537 hosted honored an 11-year-old boy, who received a U.S. Congressional Citation for his work with veterans.

    By Carol Quaintance For 21st Century Media |

  • Features/People

    Big Shot: Vicki Eastridge, lead housekeeper at Hickory House, recognized by Life Care Centers of America’s Northeast Division

    Vicki Eastridge, lead housekeeper at Hickory House Nursing Home in Honey Brook, received Life Care Centers of America’s Northeast Division Whatever It Takes And Then Some Award on Sept. 24 for her dedication to customer service.

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  • Features/People

    Alexandra Diamond of Elverson earns Venturing Silver

    Alexandra Diamond, Elverson, of Venturing Crew 23 in Chester County Council has earned the Venturing Silver Award.

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  • Opinion

    Reel Experiences with Robert Humanick: Allegorical ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ is mind-blowing in more ways than one

    In the eyes of popular culture, “Guardians of the Galaxy” will likely go down as the year’s most popular film, and you could do far worse than Marvel’s slightly offbeat hit. The year’s best superhero film, however, is Bryan Singer’s “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” also from the Marvel lexicon, and arguably the best single movie to bear that name since the sterling “Spider-Man 2.” Like that modern classic, this sequel is...

    By Robert Humanick 21st Century Media |

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