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Let’s Face it, it’s Time for a Refresh!

Let’s Face it, it’s Time for a Refresh!

People say, “Don’t judge a book by its cover”, but that doesn’t stop anyone from caring about how they look. Everyone desires a healthy, youthful, and low maintenance complexion, and adding a facial to your routine is simple, healthy way to achieve that. We recently sat down with Jeanine Sackett, owner of the brand new, […]

From left to right - Andrew Grosse, Mike LaCouture, Joe Fazekas, Jason Grosse

Coming soon: Bucks County’s Newest Craft Brewery, Broken Goblet

Broken Goblet, Bucks County’s newest craft brewery, started in an unusual way: as a club. Co-owners Mike LaCouture and Jay Grosse, a lifelong Morrisville PA resident, formed The Brewtal Beer Club as a way to generate support, test their beers and try out their marketing. Within six months the club grew to 30 “members,” hosted […]

Talk of the Town: Historic Mansion Inn Re-opens in New Hope

Talk of the Town: Historic Mansion Inn Re-opens in New Hope

Do you need a little break?  Maybe a weekend getaway or a night out for dinner and a show is in your future.  If so you will be pleased to know that New Hope is the answer.  Due, in part, to the Bucks County Playhouse’s revival bringing in the crowds, the New Hope dining scene […]

BH TV: Dancing with the Star’s Louis Van Amstel at the NAC

BH TV: Dancing with the Star’s Louis Van Amstel at the NAC

This past Saturday, May 17th, Dancing with the Star’s talented Louis Van Amstel came to the Newtown Athletic Club, were he shared his new dance workout, LaBlastFitness, with hundreds of local fans and fitness fanatics. BH TV’s Lauren Rooney stopped by to get the scoop on this fun new fitness craze shaking up Bucks County:

Banking Beyond the Bucks: Introducing Inspire FCU

Banking Beyond the Bucks: Introducing Inspire FCU

Inspirational stories occur in Bucks County every single day- there’s the local mom working tirelessly to raise money to cure her sons’ blindness, the special needs high school student who became a basketball game legend, the Bucks County olympian who brought home the only U.S. speed skating medal in Sochi, and so many more. These […]

Talk of the Town: Meet Empanada Mama

Talk of the Town: Meet Empanada Mama

While there are lots of delicious restaurants to dine at in Bucks County, there has long been a lack of culinary representation from Latin cuisines throughout the region.  Well, that gap just got a little big smaller thanks to Empanada Mama in Doylestown. What is an empanada? Derived from the Spanish verb empanar, which literally […]

‘Huge Party’ Planned to Celebrate Food Co-op Opening

‘Huge Party’ Planned to Celebrate Food Co-op Opening

By Kara Seymour It’s a party to celebrate local food and you’re invited. The Doylestown Food Co-op’s grand opening celebration is Saturday, March 22 and will feature samples, a discussion on farm preservation, a chance to meet local farmers and raffles. The shop, which had a soft opening in January, sells a variety of locally-produced […]

Chef Genevieve DiFilippo and Partner Karen Bryant Unload Hand-Made Tables of Reclaimed Wood With The Challenge Program Students

Bucks County’s Genevieve’s Kitchen Partners with The Challenge Program

Inspired by a recent visit to a Philadelphia restaurant, Chef Genevieve DiFilippo, owner of Genevieve’s Panini Shop, located on East State Street in Doylestown partnered with Wilmington, Delaware non-profit The Challenge Program to construct custom tables using reclaimed wood. The tables will be for her new restaurant, Genevieve’s Kitchen, set to launch in early 2014. […]

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Yogi

It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s a Yogi

By Kara Seymour Invigorating. That’s Steffanie Anderson’s word of choice to describe the latest fitness trend that is sweeping Bucks County. It’s called aerial yoga and the name describes it quite well: it’s yoga practiced in the air, while suspended from from a hammock.  The silk hammocks, which hold up to 250 pounds, are rigged […]

Chicken pot au feu

A Dining Experience Not to Pass Up

“One of the very nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating.” – Luciano Pavarotti It isn’t often that a dining experience is truly that – an experience – but then again, The Pass in Rosemont isn’t your typical restaurant. […]

Happenistas Night Out: Must-Visit Vendors

Happenistas Night Out: Must-Visit Vendors

Happenista, noun : a local lady who is passionate about experiencing all things fabulous in her community We’re just days away from Bucks & Montco Happening’s debut Happenistas Night Out: Haute Holidays, which is set for Thursday, November 21st at the delectable Andre’s Wine & Cheese in Doylestown. With the holiday season fast approaching, the first Happenistas Night Out is all about […]

The Kuepper Family

Is Caring Enough? A Local Family’s Journey with Autism

by Lynda Dell They say that necessity is the mother of invention. Well, it was for the Keupper family, when their two-year-old, Michael, was diagnosed with autism. Linda and Frank Kuepper have literally been running after help for their son and others like him. They founded the Autism Cares Foundation to provide a fun, safe, […]

Coming soon: Anthropologie at The Promenade in Newtown

Coming soon: Anthropologie at The Promenade in Newtown

The Promenade management partners, headed by Jim Worthington of Newtown, PA, announced today that an agreement in principle has been reached with the retail giant Anthropologie to come on board as the anchor retailer in the project.  This project is located on Sycamore Street in Newtown Township, PA and is commonly knows among residents as […]

Introducing: Happenistas Night Out

Introducing: Happenistas Night Out

It’s happening all over the world, in small towns and in major cities.  For major brands and for local artisans alike, they arrive in a flurry of excitement and curiosity with it’s “limited-time” appeal and deals for people in the know. People love to pop. “Pop-ups” are becoming an increasingly popular way for purveyors to […]

Less iPods, more Art Pods: Art in the Pod After School Program

Less iPods, more Art Pods: Art in the Pod After School Program

It’s back to school season, which also means it’s back to school activity time! With modern children constantly plugged into technology, making sure they’re involved in extracurricular activities is more important than ever. For local children interested in exploring their artistic side, they’re turning to Art in the Pod in Churchville. Art in the Pod’s after-school art […]