History & Culture

Art in the Garden

Art in the Garden

“Art in the Garden” at Paxson Hill Farm is scheduled for Saturday, September 3 and Sunday, September 4, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., rain or shine. Now in its 17th year, this annual outdoor exhibit and sale of fine art and craft is set among Paxson Hill’s 32 acres of landscaped gardens featuring various […]

Catching Up With Bucks County Native Sabrina Carpenter

Catching Up With Bucks County Native Sabrina Carpenter

By Gerry Strauss When you’ve got true talent, things can happen for you in a hurry. Such is the case of the Lehigh Valley’s own Sabrina Carpenter. A budding actress and singer last time we spoke to her, the 17-year old starlet is now a teen megastar, thanks to her role as Maya on the […]

NY Post Touts Bucks County as a “cheaper, better Hamptons alternative”

NY Post Touts Bucks County as a “cheaper, better Hamptons alternative”

A recent article in the New York Post named Bucks County as a “cheaper, better Hamptons alternatives” alongside long weekend favorites like the Berkshires and South Shore of Long Island. More and more, New Yorkers are discovering the beauty and value of the region, which is a convenient 90 minute drive away from the city. Here’s just a […]

Meryl Streep Portrays Pennsylvania Native Known as “World’s Worst Singer”

Meryl Streep Portrays Pennsylvania Native Known as “World’s Worst Singer”

In July 1868, Florence Foster Jenkins was born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, the daughter to a wealthy family. Meryl Streep will portray the infamous operatic soprano, who was known and ridiculed for her generally poor singing ability, in a new film. A child prodigy pianist, Florence performed all over the state of Pennsylvania, appearing in Sängerfests and even at […]

New Hope Film Festival Preview: Hard to Believe

New Hope Film Festival Preview: Hard to Believe

“Hard to Believe,” an award-winning documentary produced by Swoop Films and directed by Emmy Award-winning director, Ken Stone, will be featured at the New Hope Film Festival on July 30, 2016 at 12:45 (Stephen J. Buck Memorial Theater, 180 W. Bridge St., New Hope, PA, 18938). The film exposes the Chinese government’s widespread practice of […]

Bristol Wharf welcome

Summer Festival Fun in Bristol

Bristol will celebrate the 45th Annual Puerto Rican Festival on Saturday, July 23, 2016 featuring live music, authentic eats, and entertainment for the whole family.  You can follow the Puerto Rican Cultural Association for all the latest details here. Local photographer Elisa Baxt shares recent scenes from around Bristol below:  

Southampton’s New Sculpture Garden

Southampton’s New Sculpture Garden

You can find beauty in the most unexpected places. And one of those places is the putting green behind Mad Golfer’s Pro Shop in Southampton, which was recently converted into a sculpture garden by owner Kal Katz. The Art Community Experience opened to the public on July 1st. Katz, who resides in Newtown, was inspired by […]

Happening Artists: Michael D Becker Photography Viewing & Reception

Happening Artists: Michael D Becker Photography Viewing & Reception

This Saturday, July 2nd between 6pm and 10pm, locals are invited to the very first artist viewing & reception for internationally published photographer Michael D. Becker. Wine and Refreshments will be served. Yardley’s Michael D. Becker specializes in lifestyle, portrait, and corporate photography. His work has appeared in dozens of fashion and beauty magazines such as […]

Celebrate 4th of July at the Logan Inn

Celebrate 4th of July at the Logan Inn

In the blink of an eye, we’ve arrived at the Fourth of July…and many of us are left scrambling to make holiday plans amidst the chaos of early summertime. Lucky for you, the Logan Inn has you covered with fun 4th of July plans – front row seats to the New Hope & Lambertville fireworks! […]

Photo captured in Yardley by Anthony D'Amico

Photo of the Week: Truck Stop

Photo captured in Yardley by Anthony D’Amico