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Publisher Speaks

Several years ago, thirty years before Columbus discovered the New World, when I graduated from college, I applied for a teaching position in the Philadelphia school system. I was thrilled when I was offered a position at Girls High. And

I have a confession. While growing up I never saw eye to eye with my father. If I wanted to go South to Baltimore he wanted to go North to New York. If I was voting the Democratic slate he

My mother died when she was eighty-eight years old. She was quite a woman. She was very bright and way ahead of her times. She embraced "feminism and liberated viewpoints" long before they were in vogue. Mom was a "flapper," smoked

For the past two plus years there have been some six thousand investigations into whether or not President Trump colluded with “Vladimir Baby” vis à vis the 2016 Presidential election. Now that the Mueller investigation appears to have ended there

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Writing is a risky business. You have to take chances and there are no guarantees that the chances you take

As an entrenched (in the bleachers) baseball fan I have little regard for the New York Yankees. Actually, I don’t

Written By: Suzanne Gwilliam, Realtor And here we are, wrapping up another Spring Market. It’s been a wild ride, for sure!! Bidding

Travels With Allen

I usually write about the different places Linda and I visit during the month. This article is somewhat different. Before

As I travelled around this month, I realized how this area has so many accomplished independent business entrepreneurs. We’re so

Boy it feels good to be back in the saddle again. As you might know, I’ve been “off the road”

Restaurant Reviews

Last week, Allen and I had the unexpected pleasure of dining at Alarz Restaurant & Grill on Street Road in Bensalem. As they had just

Bensalem has come a long way baby! It's been identified as one of the best places to raise a family, and if you take a

We had heard that some good "stuff" was happening at the Spring Mill Country Club in Ivyland. Their dining room was going through a transition,

In The Kitchen

This month I share some of my favorites…. I LOVE potatoes. The skillet hash browns hit the spot and is easy to make – especially if you by the potatoes already shredded in the store. They’re readily available. I LOVE salmon,

Hey, the season of good tomatoes may have almost passed by, but we can still enjoy the final crop of summer's finest. We take advantage of those remnants in this month's recipes. And don't forget the wonderful berries that are

Ok, it’s summertime and you’ve an open-door policy with friends and family. Visits are encouraged whenever it’s convenient. Fun, food and friends are almost synonymous with the season. But what to prepare so you’re not relegated to the hot kitchen

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