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Bob Waite

Frank Bernard is living proof of twentieth century French artist George Braque’s quote, “With age, life and art become one.” Eighty- six years young, Frank has no formal art school training. But when he was well into his seventies he found The... more

Lifestyle

One of the best ways to grow food organically is the Square Foot Gardening method. This method is equally useful in urban garden plots, suburban backyards, and even as a raised patio-box garden for those who can’t bend down or are wheelchair bound... more

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Gavin Ashworth

Nestled in the scenic Perkiomen Valley, the historic town of Trappe is celebrating its 300th anniversary this year. It was founded in 1717 by German immigrant Jacob Schrack Sr., who established a tavern there known as “the Trap.” A village... more

Although she and her family celebrate Chanukah rather than Christmas, world-renowned chef, restaurant consultant, and cookbook author Aliza Green enjoys the holidays as much as anyone. But because she’s always behind the scenes creating dishes... more

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Dressing up the Farrow's home, in Ambler, for Christmas has been something that Diana Farrow has been doing for years. Tapping into her creative side, using special Christmas decorations, provides her with the outlet to create a unique look... more

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The Philadelphia Hand Center (PHC) will open a new office in Willow Grove, Pa., on July 13, 2016, located at 2600 Easton Road. This is PHC’s fifth full-service office location in Montgomery County, complete with on-site diagnostic imaging... more

Jul 11, 2016 9:26 AM Noteworthy

Tucked away comfortably amid Blue Bell’s business parks, shopping facilities, and executive-style houses is a mid-sized castle that offers culinary delights to those who have fallen under its spell. Ristorante Castello (“castle” in Italian) is... more

Dining & Food

We’re putting more of our passion for sustainability, economy and environmental stewardship into our songs,” Debra Lee said. Rick Denzien, the other half of their duo Lyra Project, added, “We were on our way to a protest in a diesel-powered bus... more

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Here’s a perfect garden plant that grows up to two feet tall and wide, with flower colors ranging from white to deep purple. Although the flowers are edible, this plant is used primarily for its magnificent scent. What is this hearty garden... more

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The summer months are a great time to go out on shopping adventures. You can visit local farms to get the freshest produce. You can hop around boutiques in quaint villages like Skippack. You can even travel to the countryside of Lancaster County to t more

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I part the curtains and enter a very dark space. I am not prepared for the almost celestial environment that I am now inhabiting. At first I am unsure what I am seeing. Various size mushrooms, or are they white pebbles, floating in the air? As... more

Jun 27, 2016 12:48 PM Lifestyle

I grew up in Ambler, one of six children,” said Kay Bryant. “Our parents were very frugal. So, we learned to save and make a lot of the things we wanted. For instance, I was using a sewing machine when I was very young. If I wanted something in... more

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It’s a little past 5:30 on a Saturday at Paris Bistro & Jazz Café in Chestnut Hill and already the Café is jumping. Couples, groups of three, four and six sit at tables enjoying their first cocktail of the evening while others discuss dinner... more

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Today’s homeowners are looking for landscape architecture designs that blend creativity with sustainable elements that contribute to the area’s ecology. Permeable paving, rain gardens, green roofs, reforestation, living walls, bioswales, and... more

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What will housing be like in the next decade? Will we live in tiny little designer shacks? Will we live in custom tree houses? Will we be closer to living like Jane and George Jetson? The American Institute of Architects (AIA) recently published... more

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The landscape at Buttonwood blends old with new, traditional with contemporary and rustic with refined. Buttonwood was originally named for a type of tree that was on the property in the early 1900s. The present owner grew up in this Tudor house... more

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