Archive for April, 2011

Nesting In Narberth

Nesting In Narberth

Exploring what the Main Line has to offer requires a little more than hitting up the busy streets of Lancaster and Montgomery Avenues.  Sometimes you must go off the beaten path to discover the true gems, and that’s just how you’ll find the charming borough of Narberth. With its old-fashioned town vibe, Narberth will give […]

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More Than The Restaurant Next Door: The Farmer’s Daughter

More Than The Restaurant Next Door: The Farmer’s Daughter

The Farmer’s Daughter at the historic Normandy Farms in Blue Bell is chef Corey Fair’s realization of a true farm-to-table restaurant. Fair himself grew up on a ranch in Texas and understands the importance of knowing where the food on one’s table is from and how it got to be there. This is why he […]

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How to fall in love with your home all over again

How to fall in love with your home all over again

Forget spring cleaning. You want spring sprucing up—little touches that can revitalize your home without a major overhaul. We turned to Media design guru Mary Rhoads for some fast ideas. Bringing the outdoors in Nature-inspired shapes and colors fresh from the garden are essential this spring—think azure, amethyst and kiwi—to bring the outdoors into your […]

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Building the bird house

Building the bird house

With the turn of each crisp page or the slide of a finger on your e-book, there’s no doubt that Kelly Simmons’ two novels are anything less than masterpieces.  Her newest novel, The Bird House, hit shelves in early February with excited anticipation. By Kate Matelan Hot off the press, The Bird House has solidified […]

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