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Dec222016

The Morning Call: ‘Bethlehem’s Christmas, 1741’: Exhibit tells story of city’s first Christmas

There are competing theories on how the City of Bethlehem got its name, and one of those involves cows. It was on Christmas Eve in 1741 that a group of Moravians led by Count Ludwig Von Zinzendorf gathered in a two-room...

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Dec202016

WFMZ: A look at the holiday history of Bethlehem

It's known as Christmas City U.S.A. throughout the world and this morning, we're delving into its history. We're learning first hand of some of the holiday traditions that put the city of Bethlehem on the map. That's where we find WFMZ's Rosa...

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Dec152016

The Morning Call: Wear your worst to Ugly Holiday Sweater Party in Bethlehem

Proudly wear your Christmas worst to Historic Bethlehem's Ugly Holiday Sweater Party Dec. 15 at the Kemerer Museum in conjunction with its "Baby, It's Cold Outside" exhibit.You can see some of our most fashionable ways to stay warm over the...

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Dec122016

WFMZ: Bethlehem community could join prestigious list

A section of Bethlehem could soon make a list with the likes of Independence Hall and Yellowstone National Park. The National Park Service has announced the historic Moravian Community of Bethlehem, will be added to its US World Heritage Tentative List.Read...

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Dec122016

The Morning Call: Bethlehem advances in bid to be World Heritage site

Bethlehem has vaulted toward the top of the list of places the United States hopes to see enshrined as a World Heritage Site. The city's original Moravian settlement along with Chicago's early skyscrapers, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge and Central Park...

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Dec92016

The Morning Call: Insider’s Guide: Christmas and history come alive on Bethlehem bus tour

It's no secret that Bethlehem dazzles during the holidays. From beautifully decorated storefronts, whimsical horse-drawn carriage rides and illuminated Christmas trees on lampposts to German-style craft markets, elaborate Christmas putzes and countless candles in windows, the city is a festive favorite...

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