My first encounter with Steve Tobin’s art was when I saw his exhibit at the Michener, Out of this World; Works by Steve Tobin, which ran from last June until October. Not knowing what to expect, I met sculptor Michelle Kalman at the entranceway... more »
Some people yawn their way through life; Harry Kahn III of Quakertown can't find enough time in the day to work on all the projects he is thinking about. Trip, a family tag given that he was the third person or triplicate to be named Harry... more »
Doctor Gina Genin remembers when a six-year-old boy who had chronic ear infections since he was two weeks old was brought to her office. His condition was so bad that he had to have his mastoid bone, which sits behind the ear, reconstructed .... more »
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My great Aunt Theresa, who emigrated from Sicily, used to tell me we crush tomatoes for sauce and toss salads with our hands because Italians were born with olive oil in our fingers. Of course this didn’t stop her from lathering on the luscious.... more »
Since it opened to the public in the spring of 1980, millions of visitors have viewed the 5-acre flower gardens of the Impressionist painter, Claude Monet at Giverny, unaware that Monet also cultivated a two and a half acre vegetable garden.... more »
The Carversville studio where Daniel Anthonisen paints is spartan. There are two chairs, a folding metal one and a tattered upholstered one with its foam pillow exposed. Rolls of canvas lean against the wall and a shredded rubber tire hangs ... more »
If you've never been to the Ottsville Inn, and someone tells you that the food there is delicious, what kind of cuisine would you expect? Judging by the name, your first guess might be German; or if you recognize the location–a little off the... more »
Spring is here again. The air is sweet with flowering bulbs. Wildlife is out and about. And there it is staring you in the face—the annual honey-do list. Your 20-year-old kitchen still needs an overhaul... more »
David John grew up in Lahaska in a home located along Route 202, and he does his metal crafting in a building right behind the family residence. Growing up, he was surrounded by antiques. His father, Dallas, enjoyed collecting antique tools. He was.. more »
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