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Matthew S. Newman’ battle with brain cancer was the impetus to a new lease on life and a great appreciation for things he used to take for granted. more

It’s worth the scenic drive northward along Route 611, about thirty minutes past Doylestown, just to experience the quirky charm of Bowman’s North. more

Dining & Food

Goliath made a colossal mistake when he underestimated David, his diminutive opponent, who bested the giant with a single blow. That struggle for power by David versus Goliath is a challenge that Bucks County attorney Donnamarie Davis welcomes as... more

My wife, Tanya, likes to take the expressway and get right there, but I like the long way going down Route 206 to Hammonton, and then turning onto Route 30 and taking it right into Atlantic City. Since Tanya wants a cup of coffee along the way, we... more

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You don’t have to fly to Italy to find a great Italian meal. Save your euros and drive to Café Antonio instead. Last April the popular Morrisville dining haven won the 2018 Bucks Happening List award, voted in by customers, for “Best Italian... more

Dining & Food

The Belgian surrealist artist, René Magritte once said, “The mind loves the unknown. It loves images whose meaning is unknown, since the meaning of the mind itself is unknown.” Perhaps it is for this reason that viewers are drawn to the paintings... more

Arts & Antiques

David Culp, a lecturer at Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, has published a popular book titled ‘The Layered Garden’ in which he describes how he designed his Brandywine Cottage garden. The hard cover book has sold more than 40,000... more

Landscaping Ideas

To my brother, Billy, summer meant only one thing: Sweet corn. He could eat six ears before my sisters and I had chomped our way across the kernels of two. (His record is a dozen — still an undefeated record in our family.) Later, when we were... more

A detailed providence from an all-wise Creator isn’t stingy with pleasure as some misguided reports conclude, but He sends his creatures many gifts, including a rock for this happy turtle basking in the rays of the summer sun. more

Cookies have been delighting children and adults alike for more than 1,300 years. The earliest style of cookies dates back to 7th-century Persia, which was one of the first countries to cultivate sugar. By definition, cookies differ from cakes... more

Dining & Food

If you have space for only one kind of ornamental theme garden, my advice always is to make it a cutting garden because you can not only make a beautiful long-lasting outdoor display that visitors and passers-by can admire, you can cut armloads of... more

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