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Jack’s Pumpkin Glow Is All That and More

By Alex Lloyd Gross When you first go into the area that is Jack’s Pumpkin Glow you are dissapointed. Five stands, a few pumpkins carved and two of those stands are selling merchandise.  Not much to see and no one even scanned your ticket.  As you look around, you see some tables set up and

Philadelphia Music Alliance Brings Stars To Broad Street

By Alex Lloyd Gross The Philadelphia Music Alliance unveiled plaques on the 300 block of South Broad Street.  There was a sense that something was going happen as passesby saw barricades and crowds gathering on Broad Street in front of Dorrance Hamilton Hall at the University Of the Arts . The arriving news media gave

Senator Santarsiero, Representatives Warren, Galloway Announce Grant for Morrisville Free Library

Digital Staff The following is a press release from the office of state Senator Steve Santarsiero State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and state Representatives Perry Warren (D-31) and John Galloway (D-140) announced the award of a Keystone Grant totaling $52,500 to Morrisville Free Library for the replacement of the slate roof of the library’s 108-year-old building. “With this generous

Ghost Ship Docks In Philadelphia

By Alex Lloyd Gross A ghost ship had docked at the Race Street Pier  in the Penns landing section of Philadelphia.  It is actually an art project and the ship is a hologram. It is produced by Biangle Studio which is based in Romania.  When you go you can take a walking tour which is

Morrisville Offering Tasty Delights During 3rd Annual Restaurant Week

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  Morrisville’s 3rd annual Restaurant Week launches Sunday with a number of mouth watering choices to choose from. The event which runs through Oct. 12. includes participating eateries Anthony’s IV Pizza, Cafe Antonio, Concerto Fusion Cuisine, Dacey’s Pub, La Villa Family Restaurant, Mannino’s Family Restaurant, Michael’s Restaurant & Lounge, Non Solo Pasta

Morrisville Theater Troupe Kicks off Season in an “Ideal” Way

Digital Reporters – Ally Balan & Jeff Bohen A new season kicked off for a local non-profit acting troupe with its rendition of a Oscar Wilde classic “An Ideal Husband,” earlier this month. ActorsNET of Buck County, based in Morrisville Borough launched its 24th season with its reimagined adaptation of the Wilde classic about  blackmail

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