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The Dublin Milling Company building to the left of the J.B. Rosenberger home, which was destroyed by fire in May 1985.

Happy 100th Anniversary Dublin!

The year was 1912. William Howard Taft was president, and New Mexico and Arizona became the 47th and 48th states. The British steamer Titanic sank in the North Atlantic. There was no federal income tax. And in September of that year, in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the Borough of Dublin was born. If the group of […]

Bucks Community College Gardens Self-Guided Tours

Bucks Community College Gardens Self-Guided Tours

Looking for a great outdoor summer activity?  The Tyler Gardens at Bucks County Community College are currently open to the public. According to their website, the gardens will be open for self-guided tours from now through August. Visitors are invited to stroll through the gardens, identifying plant materials, architectural features, and Stella Tyler’s sculptures. The […]

Favorite Find At Rice’s: By Marsha Bags and Accessories

Favorite Find At Rice’s: By Marsha Bags and Accessories

One of the best parts about living in Bucks County is having access to a variety of great spots just off the beaten path.  One of those great spots is Rice’s Market in Solebury Township.  They have hundreds of vendors gathered every Tuesday and Saturday selling goods of every kind.  Each month, we’ll be highlighting […]

Frozen Yogurt Roll Call

Frozen Yogurt Roll Call

Dessert Lovers: You may have noticed that Bucks County has developed quite a list of great little dessert spots over the last few years.  From water ice and ice cream to coffee and gelato – Bucks pretty much has it all (and most of it is locally produced!).  Well, it seems there is a new […]

Keg Tapping at Isaac Newton’s: Firestone Walker Velvet Merlin Oatmeal Stout

Keg Tapping at Isaac Newton’s: Firestone Walker Velvet Merlin Oatmeal Stout

Attention beer fans: On Wednesday, June 20th, Isaac Newtown’s will be tapping Firestone Walker Velvet Merlin Oatmeal Stout (5.5%) at opening.  A multi-awarding winning Oatmeal Stout, including a Gold Medal at the 2010 Great American Beer Fest, Velvet Merlin is partially aged in bourbon barrels for added complexity.

Your Ticket to Treasure! The 27th Annual Mercer Legacy Sweepstakes

Your Ticket to Treasure! The 27th Annual Mercer Legacy Sweepstakes

With 26 years under its belt, the Mercer Legacy Sweepstakes is back again! In this sweepstakes, participants get the chance to win a brand new BMW or $20,000 in cash! Each sweepstakes entry costs $100, which includes two tickets to the Mercer Legacy Sweepstakes Drawing Party that takes place at the Mercer Museum on Sunday, […]

Fitness Tips from The Cornerstone Clubs: Summer Skin Care

Fitness Tips from The Cornerstone Clubs: Summer Skin Care

The sun is out, and that means one thing: BBQs and vacations are here at last!  While most people will be looking to get some color and spend more time outside during this season, there are a few things we can all do to ensure that our skin remains healthy and vibrant.

Photo Of The Week: Sunny Pinwheel

Photo Of The Week: Sunny Pinwheel

Meet Darren Daulton at Joe Canal’s

Meet Darren Daulton at Joe Canal’s

Mark your calendars!  Darren Daulton is coming to town.  Here’s your chance to meet one of the greats! Event Details: Phillies legend Darren Daulton will be stopping by Joe Canal’s in Lawrenceville for a meet and greet, presented by Yuengling Lager and Yuengling Light Lager. Don’t miss your chance to meet a Phillies legend! Where? Joe Canals Lawrenceville, […]

Future Stewards: Connecting Students With Nature

Future Stewards: Connecting Students With Nature

We are always excited when we hear about local events that foster a creative learning environment for the younger generations.  You may not always realize it, but Bucks County has an abundance of beautiful wildlife and natural resources that provide unique opportunities for the joining of conservation and education. A few weeks ago, nearly 200 students from […]

New Hope’s Famed Odette’s Set To Re-Open

New Hope’s Famed Odette’s Set To Re-Open

Great news for Bucks County residents: it looks like New Hope’s iconic restaurant on the water, Odette’s, is opening its doors once again.  A local financial group has acquired the restaurant with the intention of re-opening the famed establishment. For those of you who know the history of New Hope, this is a truly remarkable development.  Later this year, […]

Father’s Day Guide 2012

Father’s Day Guide 2012

Father’s Day is right around the corner!  If you are looking for some great ways to celebrate, look no further than our 2012 Father’s Day Guide. We have a fantastic selection of ideas to help make dad feel truly special on this Father’s Day! We have salon specials, restaurant listings, fishing trips, and Star Wars Theater.  Happy […]

Photo(s) Of The Week: Doylestown Fire Trucks

Photo(s) Of The Week: Doylestown Fire Trucks

Last weekend, the Doylestown Fire Company had an open house as part of the 200 Year County Seat Celebration. As you can see, they had both modern and vintage trucks on display.  We snapped a few pictures of the trucks and the heros who put their lives on the line to help keep Bucks County […]

Favorite Finds At Rice’s Market: Marie’s Soap

Favorite Finds At Rice’s Market: Marie’s Soap

One of the best parts about living in Bucks County is having access to a variety of great spots just off the beaten path.  One of those great spots is Rice’s Flea Market in Solebury Township.  They have hundreds of vendors gathered every Tuesday and Saturday selling goods of every kind.  Each month, we’ll be […]

A Time To Celebrate: The 2012 Delaware Canal Festival

A Time To Celebrate: The 2012 Delaware Canal Festival

From June 22nd, to June 24th, Friends Of The Delaware Canal are hosting The 2012 Delaware Canal Festival! This year, the Festival will center in downtown New Hope Borough.  However, that won’t be the only happening place along the river.  According to their website, the Delaware Canal Festival will be packed with food, games, and contests […]