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Tall Ship Docks in Bristol Wharf

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Kalmar Nyckel is a replica of a ship that sailed in 1638, to found a place called New Sweden. Built in 1997 it comes in at 141 feet. It considers Delaware it’s home port and is visiting Bristol Borough until Sunday September 15. you can sail on it  buy purchasing

Food Truck Fridays Comes to Morrisville’s Holy Trinity School

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen Holy Trinity School is hosting its “3rd Annual Food Truck Friendzy”  Friday, September 6, from 5 p.m. -to 9 p.m. On hand for the outdoor foodie extravaganza are trucks including from,  PhillyDeLorenzo’s The Burg, Fry,  Julio’s Mexican Cuisine, 2streetsammies  and you can top of the experience with tasty treats from the

Sweet Success at “Cone with a Cop” in Yardley Borough

Digital Contributor- Aly Balan Many communities are taking a proactive approach to fostering positive perceptions about their local law enforcement personnel. One such community is Yardley, which held their 2nd Annual “Cone with a Cop” event at the Yardley Ice House on Monday night. Many families came out to the event where they were able

Australian Pink Floyd Rocks Parx

By Alex Lloyd Gross There were no members of Pink Floyd on stage for this show. That did not matter as a large crowd greeted the gold standard of tribute bands.  Formed in Australia many decades ago, this band is more than a bunch of fans of Pink Floyd, who can play musical instruments very

Tower Theater Tower Sign To Return Soon

By Alex Lloyd Gross When an inspection of the Tower Theater uncovered a dangerous situation that could cause the giant Tower and sign to topple, a decision was made to dismantle it. Now the building looks naked. When the construction crews parked their cranes on Ludlow Street, and began taking it down,  people were sad,

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