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Wildlands Conservancy

Wildlands  Conservancy

by Ruth Heil When describing a place, I can do it with words or even show you a picture. But nothing compares to being there. A place is not just about its appearance. It is about its history and it ... CONTINUE READING

Ross Plants & Flowers

Ross Plants & Flowers

By Ann Wlazelek April showers bring May flowers, as the popular poem goes. It is also the time when folks flock to Ross Plants & Flowers, the long-time experts know. Ross Plants & Flowers is ... CONTINUE READING

Ann Elizabeth Schlegel

Ann Elizabeth Schlegel

by Ann Wlazelek When looking to adorn Allentown’s new luxury Renaissance Hotel with art that could capture the color, glamour and excitement of the city’s rebirth, one artist’s name topped the ... CONTINUE READING

Yianni’s Taverna

Yianni’s Taverna

BY CATHY KILEY We all know Yianni’s Taverna. It sits at the intersection of Seidersville Road and Old Philadelphia Pike in Bethlehem. We pass it all the time on our way to the Promenade Shops,  St ... CONTINUE READING

Hot Ticket

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Container Gardening 101

 By Kathryn D’Imperio There’s nothing like the taste of homegrown vegetables, straight off the vine. Container gardening makes it possible to enjoy your own tomatoes, peppers, peas, beans, herbs ... CONTINUE READING

Help for Homebuyers

Help for Homebuyers

By RICK KOZE The local homebuilding market has been stimulated by two groups recently: those who are looking to graduate from apartment living and those looking to downsize from larger homes. For tho ... CONTINUE READING

Wind Gap

Wind Gap

By Kathryn Finegan Clark Wind Gap, the 500-foot notch in the Appalachian Mountains, and its namesake town clinging to the mountainside would be a perfect setting for a movie. Perched at 755 feet abov ... CONTINUE READING

March 2015 Letter from the Editor

Dear Readers, I’m sitting at my kitchen island on a Monday morning writing this letter to you in amazement. I’m amazed because it’s the first Monday since Christmas that my kids did not have a d ... CONTINUE READING