Reigelsville: Last Stop Along the Delaware Canal for Bucks County

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By Pam Teel Although the river and canal continue on toward Easton, PA, Riegelsville is the last stop in Bucks County. It’s here you will find the most unique of bridges crossing over the river. It is one of the few remaining multi-span highway suspension bridges with continuous cables around. The bridge was built in … Continued

Snowy Activities that Everyone Will Love

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By Brianna Siciliano Snow only falls a few times a year, some years more than others. Sometimes we look at snow as a setback from our daily lives, as if snow is taking away excitement from our plans. In reality, it’s the total opposite! Spending a day in the snow can (and will) bring joy, … Continued

Kids’ Cartoon Favorites Max & Ruby Take the Stage at iPlay America on December 14

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Beloved cartoon bunny siblings Max & Ruby will bring to life a Christmas tradition in two live shows at iPlay America on Dec. 14. Inspired by one of the greatest musical scores ever composed—Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker Suite—Koba Entertainment presents “Max & Ruby in the Nutcracker Suite.” The story begins on Christmas Eve as Ruby decorates the … Continued

Get in the Spooky Spirit — Create a Dry Ice Bubble

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By Brianna Siciliano Dry ice is a frozen carbon dioxide, which is the same gas that we exhale out when breathing. When dry ice reaches temperatures above -69.5 degrees Fahrenheit, it changes directly from a solid to a gas, without ever being in liquid form. When dry ice is put in water, it accelerates the … Continued

The Road without Rage: Preparing for a Family Road Trip

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By Susan Heckler It’s summertime and you are reminiscing back to the days when you were a child and your family piled into the station wagon and headed out for a road trip. Here is where your age tells all. Did you play games like Pink Sink? Did you bring along a book of Mad … Continued