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The Michener Museum Shines Yet Again

One of the things I like about art shows is that they can surprise you (in a good way). It’s a gas when a museum or gallery curator comes up with a new slant or assembles a themed exhibition that makes you say “great idea!”  That’s part of the fun of going to places such as the James A. 857 more words

Philly Burbs

Puck's The Place (A Venue And Concert Review)

I’ve written several times on this blog about Doylestown, PA. In the extensive suburbs of Philadelphia, Doylestown is perhaps the prettiest, the most charming, the most interesting village. 957 more words

Philly Burbs

Essay: On the Loss of a Cyclist

Just last night, this area learned the identity of the man who was struck and killed while riding his bike. Wendy Hawkes – allegedly – killed Dan Wilson, an accomplished mountain bike and motocross rider, on the seemingly peaceful and straight tertiary road, Ervin Road in Ottsville, PA. 672 more words

Bucks County

And we're walking

Since my trip to Niagara Falls with the Liberty Bell Wanderers, my family has joined me as official members of that group and the American Volkssporting Association. 320 more words


Bucks Man Gets Prison Sentence in New Year's Even Stabbing Murder of Uncle

By Jim Melwert

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — A 25-year-old Langhorne, Pa. man was sentenced today to spend up to a quarter-century behind bars for the murder of his uncle this past New Year’s Eve. 166 more words


Smoketown's Wily Turn

My first official cycling race went horribly wrong. As a matter of fact, I may as well have been considered DNS: Did Not Start.

It was a poorly run race in Doylestown, PA that went around… 1,346 more words