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Amy Unger

Retirement is so 2015. These days, many senior citizens are using their golden years to take on new challenges or to keep right on doing what they’ve been doing for decades in the workplace. They’re tackling pursuits both personal and professiona... more

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Plan a visit for this summer! more

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He once tidied up Katie Couric’s bathroom. more

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Photo by Rainer Hosch

See this esteemed Valley native in person. more

Things To Do

They’re blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor living. more

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He’s a Freedom High School grad. more

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She’s right here in Easton. more

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This author, speaker and feminist is a Valley native. more

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These locals have run 100-mile marathons. more

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You’ve definitely seen this shampoo before. more

Beauty

Patricia Johnson also has her own Valley-based clothing line, Nvelop. more

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She’s even been awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom. more

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It’s the local subset of Pantsuit Nation. more

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Nothstein is a former Olympic medalist and current executive director. more

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Where to get the best French fry, sangria, mac and cheese and more. more

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Photo by Colin Coleman

From where to get the best sweat to who has the best organic produce, we have you covered. more

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Get pampered from head to toe with these winning Valley professionals. more

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From clothes to camp, and everything in between, this is should be every parent’s go-to guide. more

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Doctors and mothers unite to give the realest advice to parenting. more

Insight

C.F. Martin & Co.’s roots go back nearly 200 years. The company’s founder was born in Saxony, Germany in 1796 and moved to New York with his family in 1833, where he set up his own guitar shop on Hudson Street. more

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Michael Strickland knew that he had found his new home away from home as soon as he set foot in the driveway of the old farmhouse in Bucks County. “I guess I saw the potential,” he recalls. The trick would be getting his then-partner, now-husband... more

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