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Shady Brook Serves Up Scares This Halloween

By Alex Lloyd Gross Shady Brook Farm, located right off Interstate 95 is  a hot spot for people who want to do something for Halloween. If you live in Northeast Philadelphia, Lower Bucks or the Eastern Part of Montgomery County in Pa this is really close by. Jersey  folks that live in Princeton and areas

Deep Purple Plays Last Area Show

By Alex Lloyd Gross Deep Purple, the iconic rock band that brought so much great music over the past 50 or so years ( give or take a few) is calling it quits.  They came back recently, on tour, playing shows with Judas Priest and again with Alice Cooper. This time on October 10, 2019

Historic Bristol Borough Kick’s off Third Annual Mill Street Scarecrow Exhibit

Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen  A Bristol Borough community organization is kicking of the Fall event season with its third Annual Scarecrow exhibit beginning Friday October 11. Bristol’s Raising the Bar will decorate the business district with scarecrows created by businesses, civic organizations, schools and individual families. A team of judges will evaluate entries in three

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

Penny Pack Park Concerts Extended Due To Rain Outs

By Alex Lloyd Gross Free concerts at Penny Pack Park are a staple of the summer.  So are thunderstorms and severe weather.  You cannot hold an  outdoor event in bad weather.  Concerts at Penny Pack  are held every Wednesday night. This year, it seems as through every rain storm was also held on a Wednesday

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

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

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