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El Tule Celebrates 5 Years in Lambertville; Quinoa Celebrates 2 Years in Doylestown

This weekend, El Tule in Lambertville and Quinoa in Doylestown will be celebrating their anniversaries; 5 and 2 respectively. So if you’re looking for something different to do after Christmas, this might be up your alley. 70 more words

New Jersey

Stops We Love: The Zen Den

I think of a lot of things when I ride. I’m sure that doesn’t set me apart too much from other riders. Like me, I’m sure the world’s problems get solved millions of times per day. 757 more words

Doylestown PA

Events: Doylestown Bike Works’ Cranksgiving

I was on the fence about signing up for Cranksgiving. It had nothing to do with the event proper. Yet it was Bike Works… 2,126 more words


Events: Doylestown Bike Works’ Cranksgiving is for a Good Cause

If you’re one for left-of-center events then Cranksgiving is for you. It’s a bike race. It’s free. And it’s a fundraiser. How can this not be an event that should be stamped onto the refrigerator calendar? 292 more words


Stuff And More Stuff (A Visit To The Mercer Museum)

One of my closest friends, Alan, lives in Paris, France, so we don’t get to see each other too often. My wife Sandy and I are crazy about him and his wife Martine. 1,003 more words

Philly Burbs

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