Archive for July, 2012

‘Caddyshack’ in the Digital Age

A virtual golf center in Newtown beckons the serious-minded and the untalented alike. By Scott Edwards With easy access to painfully-specific analysis and 20 iconic courses, Baylinks is an oasis for every golf fiend who isn’t currently collecting winnings on the tour. But the Newtown virtual golf center is also calling out to the mildly […]

July 24, 2012 | By | Reply More

ML (most-loved)

The People & Places That Define The Main Line The Main Line is populated by some of Greater Philly’s most beloved boutiques, jewelers, gyms and myriad other trendsetters and standardbearers, making it a destination to many and, more pertinent to our purpose here, home to you. Too much of a good thing is only really […]

July 23, 2012 | By | Reply More

Summer Mixology 101

Three simple cocktails that are worth breaking a light sweat to make. By Cailen Ascher A chilled cocktail is a key component of the quintessential summer afternoon around these parts. A little sun, a dip if possible, a few friends and family, some light munchies and a cold drink or two. All help take the […]

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AMOREPhosis | Finally, a Savvy ‘Housewives’ Spinoff

Life After Death Since the Kelly Anne Dolan Fund was established in honor of the little girl who died of a rare form of leukemia in 1976, its founders have helped support more than 20,000 families. The namesake’s mother, Peggy Dolan, reflects on her daughter’s legacy. —AG How were you and your husband able to […]

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A New Way of Life

Dean Carlson’s transition from the bond market to the farm market. By Mike Madaio The quintessential American dream once was to buy a modest house in the suburbs bordered by a white picket fence. Today, it’s more like quit the rat race, claim a small plot somewhere in rapidly-shrinking rural America and live off said […]

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