Bethlehem Press

Monday, April 24, 2017

Healthy Geezer: Testosterone

Friday, April 7, 2017 by FRED CICETTI in Focus

Q. Will taking testosterone bring back the virility of my youth?

The subject of testosterone is fuzzy, so it’s difficult to give a simple answer to this question.

There is some controversy about whether testosterone therapy should be used in men who have naturally lower testosterone levels because of aging. It remains unclear whether restoring earlier testosterone levels benefits older men.

CUONO:

Friday, April 7, 2017 by The Press in Focus

Katherine and Teribio Cuono of West Bangor, Washington Township, Northampton County, celebrated their 68th wedding anniversary Dec. 26, 2016, with their family.

Mrs. Cuono is the daughter of the late Giuseppe (Joseph) Sr. and Maria Giuseppa (Carrescia) Cerino, who lived in Bangor. She retired from the garment industry in 1988.

Mr. Cuono is the son of the late John Sr. and Madalena (Nicoletti) Cuono, who lived in West Bangor. He retired in 1987 after 36 years in the garment industry. He served in the 5th Army Air Corps in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

KISTLER:

Friday, April 7, 2017 by The Press in Focus

Douglas and Helen (Marlow) Kistler of Kempton celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at C.J. Hummels Restaurant, Lenhartsville, Berks County.

The couple was married March 11, 1967, in Jacob’s Church, Lynn Township, by the Rev. David Pflieger.

Douglas retired from Hale Trailer Brake & Wheel, formerly Allentown Brake and Wheel, after 46 years as a welder.

Helen retired from Northwestern Lehigh School District as a cafeteria worker.

They have two sons: Wayne, husband of Sharon, and Bradley, husband of Nadine, all of Kutztown.

Volunteers sought

Friday, April 7, 2017 by The Press in Focus

good shepherd:

Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network is recruiting volunteers for the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Hospital gift shop, main lobby, first floor, at the hospital, 850 S. Fifth St., Allentown.

Gift shop volunteers interact with patients, staff, volunteers and visitors. Volunteers assist customers, sell merchandise and stock shelves. Gift shop hours are 9 a.m. - noon Monday - Friday.

Training and free parking will be provided.

Information: JoAnn Frey, volunteer coordinator, jfrey@gsrh.org; 610-776-3125

8 DAYS A WEEK: Your look ahead at Valley Arts

Friday, April 7, 2017 by The Press in Focus

Mighty Mahler:The Allentown Symphony Orchestra, with Diane Wittry, Music Director-Conductor, performs Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, C minor ”Resurrection,” 7:30 p.m. April 8 and 3 p.m. April 9, Miller Symphony Hall, Allentown. The concerts feature the Allentown Symphony Chorus, with Eduardo Azzati, Chorus Master, and vocal soloists Charlotte Daw Paulsen, above left, mezzo soprano, and Ashley Milanese, above right, soprano. The concert will not have an intermission. “Meet the Artist,” noon April 7, with Wittry, Azatti, Daw Paulsen, Milanese and Todd Cravens, ASO Conducting Fellow.

Pinchot book talk

Friday, April 7, 2017 by The Press in Focus

LVH MUSEUM:

The great-grandniece, Bibi Gaston, of Gifford Pinchot, former two-term Pennsylvania Governor and First Chief of the United States Forest Service, will speak about and sign copies of her book, “Gifford Pinchot and the First Foresters: The Untold Story of the Brave Men and Women who Launched the American Conservation Movement,” 1 p.m. April 8, Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum, 432 W. Walnut St., Allentown.

Information: lehighvalleyheritagemuseum.org; 610-435-1074

Joseph Elliott’s photographs ‘Monumental’ at Muhlenberg Martin Gallery

Friday, April 7, 2017 by ED COURRIER in Focus

Says Joseph E.B. Elliott of “Monument and Ephemera,” a retrospective of his work: “The thread through all of it is exploration of places that people don’t normally explore: industrial sites, industrial landscapes, older urban interiors, structures and places that people don’t normally get inside.”

The exhibition of three decades of Elliott’s photographic work continues through April 22, Martin Art Gallery, Baker Center for the Arts, Muhlenberg College, 2400 Chew St., Allentown.

Review:‘Get Out’

Friday, April 7, 2017 by PAUL WILLISTEIN in Focus

“Get Out” is a weird, wild and wacky horror film.

The theatrical movie screenplay and directorial debut by Jordan Peele (Emmy recipient, Outstanding Variety Sketch Series, for TV’s ”Key and Peele” (with Keegan-Michael Key), 2016; writer, theatrical feature, “Keanu,” 2016), is also a phenom.

The budget of “Get Out” was about $4.5 million. As of the March 31 weekend, “Get Out” has grossed $156.9 million domestically.