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Celebrating Diversity, Redefining Difference

Celebrating Diversity, Redefining Difference

What is diversity? How does it impact personal and social identity? Join Bucks County Community College’s, Max Probst, Associate Professor of Sociology, and Samantha Gross, Professor of History and Sociology, at the Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library, 680 Radcliffe Street, in a moderated discussion on the meaning of diversity on Thursday, May 28, 2015 beginning […]

Fireworks are back!

Fireworks are back!

The Greater Lambertville – New Hope Chamber of Commerce started the week off with a BANG! Fireworks will return to the Delaware River for three weekends in 2015, including Independence Day, Labor Day and New Years Eve Celebrations.  Generous seed funding for the fireworks program is being provided by chamber members Rago Arts, The Riverhouse at […]

Citadel Celebrates their First Bucks County Branch

Citadel Celebrates their First Bucks County Branch

by Erin McNelis This past weekend, Citadel celebrated its big move into Bucks County with a grand opening event at their new location at 836 W. Street Road, Warminster. The popular local credit union – which has locations in Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties – views the opening of a location in Bucks County as an extension […]

The Down to Earth Dish on Local Food: Speakeasy Coffee Company

The Down to Earth Dish on Local Food: Speakeasy Coffee Company

by Erin McNelis Fresher, healthier, and more delicious- eating local food is full of benefits. However, it’s rare to find a restaurant willing to put forth the effort to remain so committed to utilizing local food. That’s exactly why locals flock to Down to Earth Café in Perkasie. Owner J. Ryman Maxwell has created a warm atmosphere full […]

Let's Play School

Bucks County Free Library Announces “Let’s Play School”

The Bucks County Free Library has many free resources for families with young children. The latest is Let’s Play School- a fun, online educational program to help children prepare to enter school ready to read, write, and listen. By completing fun activities using common household materials, children earn badges while practicing skills that are essential for school […]

Faerie Con performer S.J. Tucker will headline the Mythmusica Festival

Mythmusica Music and Faerie Festival

On August 15, 2015, Country Creek Winery at 133 Cressman Rd. is going to be transformed into a fantasy land of mythical faeries and a unique assortment of musicians. Headlining the musical acts are FaerieCon performers S.J. Tucker and Betsey Tinney. A variety of remarkable musicians to also take our stage are Ashagal, Brian Henke, […]

barre 3 class in Doylestown

Raising the barre in Doylestown

By Lauren Rooney, Photoraphy by Michael Brooks    Whether you are a fitness enthusiast or someone just looking to get into better shape before swimsuit season, there is a new studio in Doylestown that has a solution for you. Barre3, which is a workout method started in Oregon in 2008 by Sadie and Chris Lincoln, […]

New Teen Reading Lounge in New Hope

New Teen Reading Lounge in New Hope

The Free Library of New Hope & Solebury is launching a new Teen Reading Lounge (TRL), an interactive book club designed exclusively for teens. TRL will run for six sessions, on Friday afternoons, and will include dynamic book discussions, fun, hands-on activities, movies, and free books and food. The Library has chosen The Maze Runner […]

Here Comes the Bride: Grand Opening of La Belle Mariee Bridal

Here Comes the Bride: Grand Opening of La Belle Mariee Bridal

On Saturday, February 21, 2015, Bucks County’s newest boutique, La Belle Mariee Bridal, is hosting their official grand opening celebration in Langhorne! Co-owners Michele Frederico, Gabrielle Frederico, & Jackie Hilgrube are inviting friends, family, and the community to visit their French-inspired Langhorne boutique between 10:00am and 5:00pm. While the official ribbon cutting will take place at 1pm, guests […]

First Friday in New Hope & Lambertville

First Friday in New Hope & Lambertville

A new era begins in New Hope & Lambertville on Friday, February 6, 2015! They two vibrant river towns are kicking off the beginning of a new ongoing series of First Friday events that combines galleries and artist’s studios on both sides of the Delaware River- First Friday by The Greater Lambertville – New Hope Chamber of […]

Talk of the Town: New Bristol Centre for the Arts

Talk of the Town: New Bristol Centre for the Arts

The Bristol “Raising the Bar” initiative just announced an exciting planned addition to the borough – a Centre for the Arts.  While still in the early stages of planning, they hope to open in spring 2015. To turn this vision into reality, they are currently seeking volunteers for a day of light labor, clerical assistence, or support staff down the […]

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Talk of the Town: New Ownership of New Hope’s Four Seasons Mall

Bucks County is buzzing with the big news of an upcoming shake up in the middle of town! Kevin and Sherri Daugherty, who are responsible for the successful re-opening of The Bucks County Playhouse as well as the Lambertville Music Hall, just purchased the Four Seasons Mall, as reported by New Hope Free Press. This […]

New Businesses in Bucks

New Businesses in Bucks

Between summers down the shore and back to school chores and holiday shopping, it’s safe say – things have been busy! Catch up on a few of the newest additions to Bucks County: Taste of the World, New Hope: This new tapas restaurant opened that past July in the Union Square Shopping Center in New […]

3 Must-Sip Christmas Cocktails from Steam Pub

3 Must-Sip Christmas Cocktails from Steam Pub

‘Tis the season for Steam Pub in Southampton to serve up their famous Christmas cocktails. And this year’s creations do not disappoint! Check out 3 must-sip Christmas cocktails available through Christmas Day at the popular eatery and bar in lower Bucks County. Blue Christmas Martini: You certainly won’t have yourself a blue Christmas after indulging in a Blue Christmas […]

Exploring Philly’s Emerging Tech Scene

Exploring Philly’s Emerging Tech Scene

The great city of Philadelphia is known for many things- rich history, die-hard sports fans, mouth-watering food, and even pharmaceutical companies. However, an innovative technology hub is typically not at the top of the list. While we may not be the next Silicon Valley, change is definitely in the air in both Philadelphia and its surrounding suburbs. A few years ago, […]