by Vicky Waite I was glancing at my Fitness magazine collection dated back to the 80’s. And, fast forward, I can honestly say there may be just a handful people still showing up in those Fitness magazines today. Lou Ferrigno is one of them... more



Tony Nastase

Yes, General Washington slept here, at Pennypacker Mills, in the autumn of 1777, before and after the Battle of Germantown. His troops, needing rest and bread, made camp adjacent to the original stone grist mill, dating back to around 1720.Aside... more


After chatting with ebullient assistant manager Ashley Nave, I don’t think it’s a stretch to call Minado Japanese Seafood Buffet Restaurant a lively reflection of some of the best principles of yoga. Evolving from a Sanskrit word, yoga is a unity... more

Dining & Food

Weavers Way Co-op in Ambler, the newest of three, opened on October 11, 2017. “We’re a community-owned food market open to everyone,” said Kathleen Casey, Deputy Project Manager for Weavers Way Cooperative Association. “We’re like any supermarket... more


She should be declared an honorary citizen of Italy. And it might not be a stretch to suggest that Barbara B. Rosin has done more than most American artists to celebrate and memorialize that nation’s magnificent landscapes. Hot Summer, Italy... more


In an industry dominated by creative and talented men, two local women have quietly established themselves as premier restaurateurs and deft practioners at the art of hospitality. Dubbed The Conshy Girls, Marianne Gere and Kim Strengari have made... more

Dining & Food

Garlic has many health benefits, is used in thousands of recipes, and for the gardener, it is an easy plant to grow more


William N. Waite

Past Issue 2

MONTCO Homes & Gardens & Lifestyle Magazine can be found for sale at most major newsstand locations. We also are sold at local farm markets, delis, garden centers and country stores. Attached is a list of these locations.


Gehman Remodeling

Senior Lifestyles 2017