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Kitchen Remodel with Bella Casa

Kitchen Remodel with Bella Casa

A Q&A with Faye Motsenigos The economy is strong, and its time to start investing in your home again. So, where’s the best place to start? We suggest where all the action happens and considerable value can be created – the kitchen. In this Q&A, we share the expertise of Fay Motsenigos from Bella Casa to serve as a guide for kitchen remodels. I want to redo my kitch... »

Day in the Life of a Golf Pro

Day in the Life of a Golf Pro

David Fields A golf pro is someone who earns money by playing golf, teaching golf and/or managing golf operation at a club or resort. Managing operations can include everything from the flow of play to the experience itself—both on the course and in golf shop. They work very closely with Course Superintendents to manage the quality of the game through its primary regulatin... »

IronPigs Family 4-Pack Giveaway

IronPigs Family 4-Pack Giveaway

It’s Back! Once again, we’ve partnered with Iron Pigs Baseball to give away four family four-packs of tickets, and there are four chances to win. Every Friday, we’ll pin a new post to the top of our Facebook page. Throughout the week, you can “like” it and comment on it with different challenges for a chance to win. (Share it with your friends... »

Download the Toolkit

Download the Toolkit

Every April, The American Heart Association® encourages us to commit to being more active. Individuals, families, communities and workplaces alike can participate by using their educational materials as a guide or to inspire ideas and customize their own program. Visit heart.org/movemoremonth to download the toolkit. »

Sole-ful Advice

Sole-ful Advice

Origins of competitive running evolved out of religious festivals in Eastern Europe and Africa with the first recorded games tracing back to 776 BC. Since then, the cost of a good pair of athletic shoes has gone up!  Whether you like to walk over your lunch break or you’re preparing for your next 26.2 mile competition, consider the following 9 quick tips before you purchas... »

For Fitness & Fundraising

For Fitness & Fundraising

Around 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, April 22, thousands of dedicated runners will assemble at William Allen High School to participate in the St. Luke’s Half Marathon and 5K – the oldest such race in the Lehigh Valley. Among the entrants will be Frank Ford, the network’s recently appointed Chief Integration Officer. An avid runner for most of his adult life, Frank’s been involved ... »

Pasta Puttanesca

Pasta Puttanesca

From Terry’s Italian Kitchen INGREDIENTS 2 T olive oil 1 clove garlic, minced 2–3 anchovy fillets, chopped (optional)   Pinch of crushed red pepper flakes 2 oz. chopped capers 4 oz. chopped black olives 4 medium plum tomatoes, chopped 2 oz. unsalted butter Salt and pepper to taste 5–6 oz. fusilli or your choice of pasta, cooked al dente Minced fresh parsley for garnish DIR... »

Walk with a Doc

Walk with a Doc

According to the American Heart Association®, walking has the lowest dropout rate of any physical activity. Think it doesn’t do any good? Think again. Walking is low impact; easier on the joints than running. It is safe – with a doctor’s okay – for people with orthopedic ailments, heart conditions, and those who are more than 20% overweight. In addition, research has shown... »

Holy Granola!

Holy Granola!

Breakfast cereals have seen a gradual decline in sales over the past decade, but granola sales are stronger than ever. Why? It could be that it's more nutritious than the sugary cereals we once enjoyed as kids. It could be it's versatility, that we can enjoy it on-the-go as a bar or in a sit-down restaurant as a parfait. Or it could be that there's just something so earthy... »

Octopus Meditations

Octopus Meditations

Ed Kerns, Clapp Professor of Art at Lafayette College, has been exploring levels of consciousness for years and using layers of paint to create an abstract understanding of awareness. His Octopus Meditations exhibition, which opens at 6 p.m. on April 7th at Brick and Mortar Gallery in Easton, is another manifestation of his perception of consciousness. Paintings from the s... »

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