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Imagine a soft breeze coming from the sea, suntan lotion mingled with a hint of ocean and sand. Where are you? Are you sun bathing, or perhaps you are on the boardwalk, strolling, watching the bathers climb up the wooden stairs from the beach to... Read more

Home & Garden

The realities of holiday hosting are quite different from what is seen on TV or in the movies. Yet how interesting would it be if the main character spent the weeks leading up to The Big Day combing the internet for ideas, picking a menu, writing... Read more

Dining & Food

Celebrating his 65th year as a professional artist, Al Lachman continues to blaze his own trail onto the national and Bucks County art scene. Originally from New York City, Lachman has lived and worked in the New Hope area for the last 20 years... Read more

Arts & Antiques

I love the drive to Carversville, no matter which way I go. I can drive from Rt. 413 and take Carversville Road or from Lumberville down Fleecydale Road. Either way I get to see the spectacular natural beauty that includes everything from the... Read more

Our Towns

He couldn’t have chosen a more apt name for his latest venture. Stella, after all, means “star” in Italian, and Stella by José Garces clearly shines as the brightest new star on the burgeoning New Hope restaurant scene. Open for just three months... Read more

Dining & Food

I love the drive to Carversville, no matter which way I go. I can drive from Rt. 413 and take Carversville Road or from Lumberville down Fleecydale Road. Either way I get to see the spectacular natural beauty that includes everything from the... Read more

Our Towns

Jerry Lepping has seen the world, many times in a one-of-a-kind way. He has golfed in Scotland, where today’s modern game was created, and at Augusta, home of the Masters Tournament. He highly recommends sipping a Singapore sling at Raffles Hotel... Read more

, Destinations

There is not a creature alive that doesn’t show us something about its Creator. The Psalmist said, “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament shows his handiwork.” From the smallest insect to vast galaxies with millions of stars. Read more

To be truthful, my property Cedaridge Farm is not ideal for growing roses. The ground in winter is generally too wet, causing root rot among all but the most robust varieties and we are plagued with rodents such as field mice that make a feast of... Read more

Some have a blue tint to them. Others display petals that lean on the rosy side or burst into a brilliant bouquet of sunset orange. Still others are more sedate hiding in their mass of creamy browns or grays. A few are scruffy looking and globe-... Read more

Sitting next to a nine-foot green and gold sofa in his office, Keith Baker says nonchalantly, you can hide a body in there. The couch, which is not the most comfortable, was used for a murder mystery. In fact, every piece of furniture in his offic... Read more

People say houses have character, but it is the lives that were lived in there that complete the story. That’s what keeps Christine Wysocki up at night, searching, following clues and finishing what she started. The mother of two whose day job... Read more

Set back from the main road, this 1840s Bucks County stone farmhouse sits on a parcel of land in Sellersville, Hilltown Township. The land, encompassing 55 acres, was sold to Samuel Sellers (for whom the town of Sellersville was named) by William. Read more

Of all the holidays, Christmas comes wrapped in the most traditions. From the Yule Log to the Christmas tree and from caroling to hanging stockings above the fireplace. Then there are the traditional Christmas foods: eggnog, gingerbread cookies... Read more

Dining & Food

It was William Wordsworth, the famous British poet, during a walk beside a lake, who captured the drama of viewing a mass planting of daffodils when he wrote: “Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in spritely dance.” Recently I was... Read more

Home & Garden

I’m ready to go. I have been packed for a couple of hours. It takes me five minutes, maybe ten. Tanya is still packing; something that takes over an hour. I am pacing—impatient and want to hit the road. Yet, watching Tanya is interesting. I see... Read more

, Destinations

Laura Ulrich remembers when Jane Ramsey knocked on her farmhouse door on a summer day in 2016. Jane introduced herself and said, “I want to paint your barn.” Laura literally thought Jane wanted to paint the old barn. Puzzled as to why she would ... Read more

Arts & Antiques

Moving changed Nelson Zayas’ life. In March of 2014 he and his husband, Nick Bewsey, purchased an 18th century Victorian twin townhome in Lambertville. Nelson, the owner of Blue Raccoon Home Furnishings couldn’t be happier. The move put him three ... Read more

Home & Garden

Sagun J. Pendse, MD., F.A.C.S. announces that Dr. Victoria Ries, O.D. has joined Eye Associates of Bucks County, P.C. Dr. Ries, rattended New England College of Optometry where she was inducted into the Optometric honors society, Beta Sigma Kappa... Read more

Close Up

Bet you can’t guess what Eggplant Caponata, Thai BBQ Shrimp, Spicy Tofu Stir Fry, Coq au Vin, and Brazilian BBQ Chicken have in common. Hmm . . . I thought so. These dishes are all available on the first menu of Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar... Read more

Dining & Food

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