History & Culture
Bucks County’s own Jenny Lee Stern is currently starring as the lead in Always…Patsy Cline at the Walnut Street Theatre in downtown Philadelphia. Stern – hailed as a “wonderful clown” by Variety Magazine and a “gifted quartet of ridiculous chameleons” by Newsday – is a Doylestown resident, mother, and gifted actress. The Broadway actress returns to the Walnut as Patsy […]
By Colleen Morrison Imagine the last hotel you stayed in. Now, imagine the art in that hotel. While most typical hotel art is known for being notoriously bad or completely unforgettable, one man is leading the charge to bring amazing, contemporary, worthwhile art to the forefront of the vacation experience. Jeffrey Meier, former owner and […]
On Thursday, April 21st, 2016, hundreds of Bucks County’s most happening hit the red carpet to celebrate the 2016 Bucks Happening List at Pen Ryn Estate in Bensalem. Happening List Winners and Finalists from the best realtors to the tastiest chefs to the most in-demand stylists and entertainers came to celebrate their achievements. They walked the […]
It begins…my 21 days of crazy. First up, the American Idol #finale …stay tuned for lots of updates while I'm there. Lots of great news coming your way…✈️ Posted by Justin Guarini on Thursday, March 31, 2016 One of Doylestown’s most notable musicians, Justin Guarini, will return to the stage that started it all, American Idol. […]
Over the past 10 years, Jim Worthington has led the Newtown Athletic Club to be a leader in charitable contributions most notably for ALS Research. In 2016, NAC members, employees, sponsors rallied together and raised a total of $100,000. This year, Worthington received the 2016 Augie’s Quest Leadership Award and with his matching donation, the NAC […]
Embed from Getty Images March Madness led to April insanity in the Philadelphia region thanks to an outstanding performance by the Villanova Wildcats, who took home the NCAA Championship over the University of North Carolina Tar Heels on Monday, April 5th. Helping to lead the Wildcats to victory is Bucks County’s own Ryan Arcidiacono, a Neshaminy High School graduate and current senior […]
Matt Baranoski, a native of Perkasie, will compete in the men’s Keirin at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The Keirin is a form of motor-paced cycle racing in which track cyclists sprint for victory following a speed-controlled start behind a motorized or non-motorized pacer. It became an official event at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia. […]
Neshaminy Valley Music Theatre is celebrating the 60th anniversary of Broadway’s beloved Tony Award winning musical “The Music Man” with their own performance this spring in Bucks County. When: April, 8th, 9th, 10th, 15th and 16th Times: Fridays 8pm, Saturdays 3pm & 8pm, Sunday 3pm Where: Neshaminy High School Auditorium 2001 Old Lincoln Highway, Langhorne, PA […]
Nate Hill of Perkasie, a 2012 Pennridge High School graduate, has officially turned the heads of some of Hollywood’s biggest names in music- Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Pharrell Williams and Christina Aguilera- on NBC’s The Voice. While the 21-year-old has already gained notoriety as a model for brands like Valentino, Tommy Hilfiger and J.Crew, Nate explores his musical talents […]
Your Photo of the Week was captured by Cory Steiner, a professional-enthusiast based out of Yardley, Pennsylvania. Discover more of his work on Facebook and Instagram. He is also the founder of the Yardley Pictures Facebook Page.
Alice Borovskiy enjoyed a historic season with the Neshaminy High School girls’ tennis team this year. In her junior year, she has played in both the District One Class AAA singles and doubles tournaments. Neshaminy has not had a singles girls’ tennis player in the Districts in over 15 years and no doubles players since […]
The stars and stripes of the U.S. flag represent a unified nation. All across the land, from sandy shores to rocky mountains and rolling plains, proud Americans display our flag. Here, is Old Glory illuminated on the silo of a Bucks County farm at sunrise. Captured by Michael Brooks Photography
In 2015, Bucks Happening explored the rich past and exciting presented of Newtown, Pennsylvania in Newtown Happening. The February, the Newtown Historic Association will expand upon Newtown’s history with “The Man who Built Newtown” on Monday, February 15th at 7:30 PM at the Half-Moon Inn, 105 Court St. (Court St. & Centre Ave.), Newtown. The Newtown […]
This video of Peace Valley Park’s Lake Galena was captured by Tom Brunt with a DJI Phantom 3 Pro –just after the January 23, 2016 blizzard.
Join Lambertville & New Hope – Winter Festival’s newest event…the Theatrical Revolutionary Pub Crawl! Learn the real story of the most amazing time period in our Country’s history. Feel the suspense, the effort, the sacrifice and the rewards of our forefathers and mothers in this interactive historical reenactment pub crawl. The Pub Crawl will begin […]