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Ann Adams and Liz Brensinger

Ann Adams and Liz Brensinger

On a rural back road in bucolic New Tripoli is a small business with a big goal. Green Heron Tools sells gardening tools designed specifically for women. Ann Adams and Liz Brensinger founded the company in 2007 with a mission to keep women healthy, injury-free and gardening for their entire lives.

Peter C. Cilio

Peter C. Cilio

The day that the Campania International catalog arrives in the mail must be akin to Christmas morning for purveyors of home and garden goods. Of course, this is no ordinary catalog; it’s more like the Sears Wish Book of decorative accents. Hardbound and weighty with importance, it’s stuffed with hundreds of pages of glossy photographs featuring fountains, benches, pots, planters and statues galore that range from opulent to whimsical.

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Archive »Volunteer Spotlight

Rose Ostrowski

Rose Ostrowski

Rose Ostrowski may look like the average 12-year-old seventh grader from Berwick, but she has amazing skill and passion to spare. In 2012, with the support of her family, Rose set the goal of using her singing talents to help raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and Great Strides.

Mike & Terese Cudwadie

Mike & Terese Cudwadie

Mike and Terese Cudwadie have been longtime advocates of Dorneyville’s Angel Shop, a major contributor to Mary’s Shelter in Reading. As the parents of two sons, the loneliness of them being away at school inspired Mike and Terese to further their involvement with Mary’s Shelter, a nonprofit that provides social services, such as counseling and temporary housing, to women who are pregnant.

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Robert McFetridge

Robert McFetridge

Robert McFetridge’s dynamic art expresses the grace and power of athletes frozen in time. In fact, his expert suspension of bodies in space collapses the distance between art and sports.

Robert Noonan

Robert Noonan

Robert Noonan takes many of his creative cues from the ceaseless wonders of land, air and water. His unique art conjures images of earth’s restless strata, water etching patterns into sand and the arborescent wonders of our world.

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Archive »Living Well

How to  Defy Aging at Every Age

How to Defy Aging at Every Age

Staying young and fighting Father Time may seem like a battle, but keeping up with these healthy practices through the decades will help slow down the clock.

Fitness Trends for the New Year

Fitness Trends for the New Year

For many, the New Year brings stark determination to improve one’s health and overall well-being. It also brings the search for new twists and innovations to keep one’s fitness routine from becoming exactly that: “routine.” The body’s incredible ability to adapt is the reason why variety and change are needed to improve one’s fitness. Doing the same thing repeatedly without change results in plateaus. Some of the latest and most innovative trends, ideas and tools exist right here in the Valley.

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Archive »Personality Profiles

100 Candles

100 Candles

While the thought of growing old is frightening to some, it is often said that the alternative is much worse. To reach 100 is an extraordinary gift, and those who do it usually have equally extraordinary stories to tell. Meet Ruth, Elizabeth, Angie and Theresa, four captivating women who prove that 100 is a milestone worth celebrating.

The Faces Behind the Phantoms

The Faces Behind the Phantoms

3 Leading Players Tell All

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4 Valley BYOBs

4 Valley BYOBs

Although Pennsylvania has made some strides in terms of alcohol regulations—beer and wine at supermarkets!—it’s still a costly endeavor for a restaurant to obtain a liquor license. As a result, BYOBs have a special following here, encouraging a loyal cadre of diners who specifically seek out eateries that allow them bring their own. Here are four Valley favorites, but there are far, far more.

3 Ways to Give Back this Season

3 Ways to Give Back this Season

Many of us look forward to the end of the year as a time for feasting, gathering with loved ones, exchanging gifts and enjoying warm homes sparkling with holiday lights. Let’s make sure this hope and happiness spills over to folks struggling to provide the necessities for themselves and their families, lacking the things we take for granted. Looking to help those often forgotten and in need, here are a few ways to help extend the warmth of the holiday spirit to each and every one of us.

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