Bethlehem Press

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Bethlehem HARB--Board approves new business signs

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

The Historical and Architectural Review Board granted a certificate of appropriateness to Gail Fly for proposed signage at 523 Main St. during their meeting in city hall room A-109 Feb. 14. The Feb. 7 hearing had been cancelled due to inclement weather.

Gail Fly, owner of Designer Consigner, was approved for a 19.2 inches high by 144 inch wide sign with pink letters highlighted in beige, on a black background surrounded by a beige pinstripe. The color scheme is the same as the Designer Consigner blade sign approved six years ago for another location on Main Street.

PCFLV strikes gold at Hearts gala

Monday, February 19, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

The Pediatric Cancer Foundation of the Lehigh Valley (PCFLV) raised more than $100,000 at their Hearts of Gold Gala recently. The swank fundraising event was hosted at the Iron Lakes Country Club in Allentown. Guests in tuxedos and evening gowns enjoyed cocktails, dinner, a wine pull, and a live auction of children’s artwork conducted by auctioneer Jason Douglas Houser.

Project’s hight concerns commission

Monday, January 15, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Dallas Basha of Lehigh Properties found his proposed five-story, residential over retail project again rejected by the Bethlehem Historic Conservation Commission at the Dec. 18 meeting in the Rotunda. This latest application was tabled, as it had been at two previous hearings. The height of the new construction for Basha’s vacant lot at 13 W. Morton St. was still an issue for the board and area residents.

Art of technology

Thursday, January 11, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Focus

In the exhibition, “Still Rendering,” through Jan. 15, Martin Art Gallery, Baker Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College, artists Anthony Panzera and Chris Coleman apply science and technology to aesthetics.

Leonardo da Vinci’s writings and anatomical renderings are the inspiration for Panzera’s “The Leonardo Series,” including “AP 149” (sanguine pencil on paper with ink on Mylar overlay; 24 in. x 24 in.), above.

BETHLEHEM HARB - Several signage proposals discussed

Monday, January 8, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

The Historical and Architectural Review Board granted a certificate of appropriateness to Genevieve Marcon for new signage on two windows for her Church Street Market at 1 E. Church St. Marcon usually sits on the other side of the table as a board member. This time she was the applicant at the Dec. 6 meeting in the Rotunda. Chairman Fred Bonsall advised her to have a black outline around the edges of the proposed hand painted gold leaf letters and pinstripe border for greater visibility.