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In Wrightstown, Art in the Garden

In Wrightstown, Art in the Garden

Hortulus Farm, the Wrightstown foundation created by Jack Staub (pictured, left) and Renny Reynolds (right), will be marking the inaugural summer installation of its Art in the Garden program, featuring the kinetic sculptures of Jeff Kahn, with a poolside reception Sunday, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Working as both a jeweler and machinist while […]

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The 2014 BL Essentials

The 2014 BL Essentials

We’re back to deliver our annual update of new favorite restaurants, morsels, hangouts (and hideouts), shops, stuff to do and people to admire in and around Bucks with the sixth edition of our BL Essentials. You’d think this would start to get a little repetitive after so many years, but then, you’re forgetting that we’ve […]

June 25, 2014 | By More

Life

The Best of Craft and Community

The Best of Craft and Community

With market season well underway, veteran seller and shopper Susan Forker highlights four that you need to hit, whether you’re hunting for goods or some community. The onset of spring signals the approach of a personal and professional touchstone in my life: the start of the outdoor market season. As a veteran seller at a […]

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Tour Jersey Farms and Vineyards by Bike

Tour Jersey Farms and Vineyards by Bike

Blue Moon Acres is partnering with Jake Herway’s NJ Bike Tours to present The Farm Roll June 22. The scenic bike tour will feature two routes, 30 miles and 15 miles, and stops at Blue Moon, in Pennington, NJ, John Hart’s Farm, Watershed Nature Preserve, Unionville Vineyard, Fulper Farms, North Slope Farms, Stonybrook Meadows Farm […]

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Eats

Star Chefs Join Forces at the PASS

Star Chefs Join Forces at the PASS

Matthew Ridgway will team with Will BYOB chef Christopher Kearse to present a “decidedly French,” six-course dinner Tuesday at his Rosemont, NJ, restaurant, the PASS. The menu, Ridgway says, is designed to showcase both time-honored technique and modern riffs on classic French flavors. The dinner, which will be limited to one seating for 50 guests, […]

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Live Large at The Hattery

Live Large at The Hattery

The Hattery Stove & Still, the new upscale tavern housed in the Doylestown Inn, introduced a trio of summer-long specials this week that promptly started our stomachs grumbling. Weekday mornings, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., will feature a complimentary bacon bar. Yup, you read that right: Complimentary. Bacon. Then, during happy hour (5 p.m. […]

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Wheat The Other White  Bread

Wheat The Other White Bread

Yeah, wheat bread isn’t as bad for you as white. But it’s not good for you, either. By Todd Soura Sometime over the last few years, while white bread was being flogged as the poster child for processed foods and, thus, for the fattening of Modern America, its whole-wheat brother slipped out the back door […]

June 25, 2014 | By More
Summer Style Watch

Summer Style Watch

Sun! Barbeque! Vacation! But style doesn’t rest. To that end, our resident designer shares the goods that’ll be keeping him cool through the dog days. In professional circles, when I’m asked what I’m into at any given moment, my standard reply is, “I have no taste.” It’s not that I’m trying to be difficult. Just […]

June 25, 2014 | By More

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Fourth Fireworks and Then Some

Fourth Fireworks and Then Some

So you’re looking for some fireworks, are you? Thanks to your generous spam filter setting (some would even say irresponsible), we’re able to deliver the lowdown here and now. The first batch’ll go off July 3, following the Trenton Thunder game, which starts at 7:05 p.m. (They play the Portland Sea Dogs; www.milb.com/index.jsp?sid=t567) Tickets are […]

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Register for Alex’s Lemonade Stand July Ride

Register for Alex’s Lemonade Stand July Ride

Registration’s now open for Alex’s Lemonade Stand’s third annual Lemon Ride Bicycle Tour, which will launch from and finish in Doylestown July 20. There are four routes that range from the four-mile Family Fun Ride to a hilly 63-mile leg-shredder. All of the courses will begin and end at Central Bucks West High School, where […]

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Monumental Sculpture Exhibit Opens at the Michener

Monumental Sculpture Exhibit Opens at the Michener

Out of This World: Works by Steve Tobin, a major exhibition featuring the artist’s monumental steel, bronze and clay sculpture from the last decade, opens Saturday at the James A. Michener Art Museum, in Doylestown. Among the highlights: the massive “Steelroots,” “Exploded Earth” vessels and the groundbreaking “Forest Floors” from Tobin’s Earth Bronzes series. The […]

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