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Welcome to the online home of laini's little pocket guides... we're so glad you found us. There's lots of stories, photos, and maps in here that we'd love to share with you, so maybe get a cup of coffee and hang out for a while. And let us know what you think. We're still a work in progress. Enjoy!

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Get Educated about Education

You don’t have to have school-aged children to know that our educational system is in crisis…

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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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laini’s list of 9 / April 16, 17 & 18

Spring cleaning, spring greening and fun for good causes… let the weekend begin!

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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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LV TweetUp Turns One!

By Jaime Karpovich

It wasn’t the sound of chirping birds that echoed from the Allentown Brew Works Tuesday night April 13. Instead, it was a large group of Tweeters.

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Digging and Dollars: The Garden is Underway!

By Michael Buck and Michelle Pittman

After two trips to Home Depot, a few hours of labor and a walk through the neighborhood scouring for supplies, our cold weather garden is ready to roll.

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We Live in a Tiny Town

Words and Photos by Alison Leigh

Many people ask me where I’m from since they know I lived out West for awhile. Well, I am from Riegelsville PA — a mile-long town south of Easton, off 611. Every once and again I revisit the town because it’s really cute and kind of cool. A lot of interesting people are from here, or currently live here. The other day I took my dog, my camera and a recently uncovered Shudder To Think CD on a mini roadtrip and ended up in “the Ville.” I documented said trip and here it is…

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Speak Up and Walk for Autism

By Elena Douvanis

Is it just me, or does everyone seem more time-starved than ever these days? Personally, it’s hard for me to find time for two things I would really like to do more: exercise and participate in charitable activities.

It’s All About You! (Well, almost)

What are your hopes, your dreams, your desires? Well, maybe I don’t really need to know all of that, but I would like to know something about you.

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laini’s list of 9 things to do

Think there’s nothing to do? Think again. Here’s 9 things which should give you some options.

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Little Walking Tour of Easton

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

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Looking at Art from Inside Out

Or is it outside in? Looking Outside from the Inside? How many fun things can you do with these phrases?

By Carrie Havranek

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Planting the Seeds of a Food Revolution

The weekend is just a day away and that means a trip to the grocery store is likely on the horizon, so it’s time to stock up and plan your meals. But when was the last time you took a good hard look at the food you buy?

By Michael Buck and Michelle Pittman

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Wordless Wednesday: Three Bridges

Photo by laini abraham

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Why I Live Here

By Carrie Havranek

A happy accident brought me to Easton. That happy accident’s name is John O’Keefe. Perhaps you’ve heard of him. He periodically threatens to run for mayor, but mostly he loves Easton as much as I do and even researched it for his thesis at Lafayette College. But I digress before I even start.

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