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Found in the 400 block… of Northampton Street, that is.

Well, there aren’t any swimming pools or movie stars, but there ARE some real treasures. And they’re all legal.

By laini abraham

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Local/Sustainable Food = Healthy Food + Local Economy

The revolution will not be televised, but it may be on your dinner table.

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Hello, Spring! So nice to see you again.

More light, more flowers, more outside time, more time by the water. The snow is behind us and spring seems to be here to stay. Bring on the growth!

Photos by Marty Desilets and Jay Sperandio

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Walk Around the Block (in Downtown Easton)

So for anyone who doesn’t know, I live in Downtown Easton. Some people think that’s a crazy thing to do. Some people think it’s not safe. This post’s for you. (You know who you are.)

By Laini Abraham

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Polka (Hot!) Sunday

Some people went to church, some played outside, but I am one lucky girl because I finally got to go to Jolly Joe Timmer’s Grove!

By Laini Abraham

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How to use the Interactive Map!

A quick tutorial on how to use the little pocket guide map. Narrated by Marty Desilets (Element Media). The whole Valley, right your fingertips!

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Bicycle Heaven in Bethlehem

For the biking enthusiast, Bethlehem might as well be Heaven on Earth. Whether you like pedaling around town, conquering challenging trails or just cruising the suburbs to unwind, there’s a place for you and your bike here. But don’t take it from us – hear it straight from some of the most avid bicyclists around.

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If You Build It, They Will Skate

Pin ItBy Michelle Pittman
By the spring of 2010, one of the most conspicuous aspects of the Greenway will be under construction – the Bethlehem Skateplaza. Located by Daly Avenue, the skate park will eventually incorporate the best features of popular street spots from around the globe into one safe, city-run site.
The idea is simple – […]

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Big City Dining

By Michelle Pittman

When it comes to dining in and around Bethlehem, there is no shortage of options. From hip downtown fare to unique, off-the-beaten-path destinations, there’s something for every palate and price range.

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Take a Walk on the South Side

By Jason Hedrington

For those in the know, Bethlehem’s South Side is not just a great place to see an art show or get a bite to eat – it’s a true community made up of a cast of characters and a shared history that’s hard to absorb after just one visit. But if you’re interested in how the residents of South Side spend their days, and learning more about their unique talents, we recommend stopping by these establishments. These select proprietors are not only great at their day jobs, they help make Bethlehem a unique place to live, work, and relax – all while writing the next chapter of the city’s history.

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Bicycle Culture in Easton

By Scott Slingerland

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How To Be A Locavore

Product of Chile? No. Grown in the Lehigh Valley? YES.

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Eat in Easton

In the past few years, Easton has become a dining Mecca. With several restaurants opening in the past two years, there is something to please every palate. Here’s an overview of what’s fresh and hot!

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Little Walking Tour of Easton

Forget your car, this town was made for walkin’.

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