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The  Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show

The Greater Lehigh Valley Auto Show

Photos By Konnor Durante Shopping for a new car or truck is often a grind: endless hours of research, traveling from one dealership to another, making real-world comparisons of each make and model on your list, dealing with salespeople who want you to buy right this minute. It almost makes owning a horse an attractive option. But you can avoid that nightmare scenario by at... »

Slide  Into the Future with an Electric Car

Slide Into the Future with an Electric Car

Chances are, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard about electric cars and might even know a few lucky owners. Does the thought of flying past a gas station while tossing your head back in laughter sound intriguing, but still you resist? Do you have questions of how it will drive or suffer from range anxiety—the possibility of being stranded from the battery... »

Office Hours

Office Hours

Changing the Way Allentown Uses Office Space Layton Dodson was a Corporate Sales and Marketing Executive with The Stanley Works and Rubbermaid Commercial Products. During his business travels he shared office space and services. Seeing the potential for a premier office business center right here in the Lehigh Valley, Dodson started The Office Quarters in Allentown in 2001... »

What’s in Your Creel?

What’s in Your Creel?

Preparing Freshwater Trout With Chef Shawn Doyle Of Savory Grille Whether the catch du jour is rainbow, brown, or brook—Pennsylvania’s state fish—it’s all trout and it’s all delicious. And Chef Shawn Doyle can reel off plenty of other attributes to get you hooked on this local favorite. “What most people like about trout is the fact that it’s very clean and doesn’t have a ... »

Love Your Room

Love Your Room

Getting Ready for Spring Photography By Alyssha Eve Csük Your home’s interior provides a fresh canvas upon which you can reflect a touch of your personality. Your own sense of style can grace your walls, or your floors, and everything in between. With each choice of furnishing, hue, or home accent, you can create a space that is just as comfortable as it is stylish. If you... »

Best I Ever Had: Garden Herb Grilled Cheese at Barn (House & Barn)

Best I Ever Had: Garden Herb Grilled Cheese at Barn (House & Barn)

Surveys attest to grilled cheese ranking as America’s top sandwich—and why not? Toasty golden bread oozing cheesy goodness offers quintessential comfort, and the Garden Herb Grilled Cheese at Barn (the rustic sister of the House & Barn duo) elevates this childhood staple to gourmet fare.  Buttered slices of egg-enriched French brioche arrive packed with layers of house... »

10 Great Date Ideas for Valentine’s Day with Kids

10 Great Date Ideas for Valentine’s Day with Kids

When “married with children,” the lines often blur together between time spent as a couple and time as a family. Occasional date nights made possible by babysitters keep the spark alive, yet sometimes the most outstanding moments lived as a family are the ones that fuel the fire. This treasured time having children at home only lasts so long until the kids grow up and begi... »

Varicose Veins

Varicose Veins

Varicose veins: they’re unsightly, sure—but do they constitute a serious condition? Where do they come from? Can you get rid of them? Dr. Hei Jin Chung, MD, FACS, RVT, is a vascular surgeon and vein specialist in Phillipsburg, New Jersey who answered these questions—and many others—about this common condition. Lehigh Valley Marketplace: Dr. Chung, we’ve all heard of “varic... »

Ain’t Nothin’ But A Groundhog

Ain’t Nothin’ But A Groundhog

Groundhog Day is known as February 2: the day an unassuming groundhog has the ability to forecast the next six weeks of weather (and, to many, a classic movie from the ‘90s starring Bill Murray). Although the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club calls it “a day to take everything a little less seriously,” there is surprisingly some logic behind how this annual event started. As Feb... »

Sweet Talk: The Original  Conversational  Candy

Sweet Talk: The Original Conversational Candy

The candy company Necco, or New England Confectionary Company, was founded in Boston in 1847 by a man named Oliver Chase. The first confection candies were in the shape of sea scallops. Instead of messages printed on them, they contained a message inside much like a fortune cookie. Other shapes that made up Necco’s assortment of confection candies included baseballs, horse... »

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