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Mary Paige Nesferder

It happens. Every once in a while Fido escapes off of his leash and heads for the hills. But this time he doesn’t come back right away. Don’t panic. According to a survey, 93% of dogs and 75% of cats reported missing are returned to their owners.... more

Around Town

It’s time to think outside those four walls and get creative with wallpaper. Available in bright, exciting patterns, wallpaper provides the perfect quick fix for a room update if you’re not ready to commit to a full-blown remodel. Here are a few ... more

Tips & Tricks

Forget everything you know about buying insurance. The Capital Blue retail store located at The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley redefines the conventional insurance purchasing experience. Finally, there is a company dedicated to the proactive pe... more

Shopping

The leaves aren’t the only things changing this fall. Your closet deserves a few new additions, too! Bundling up doesn’t have to cover up your style. Here are seven of our fall outerwear favorites straight from the runway to keep you toasty as th... more

Style Picks

Remodeling contractor Jim Hall-Yurasits of Clean Cut Construction of Coopersburg might as well add “magician” to his résumé after completing a seemingly magical transformation to the kitchen of this 1800s stone farmhouse. The Breinigsville homeow... more

Indoors

It is with damp eyes and a heavy heart that I say my final goodbyes to you, Style readers. I have officially ended my amazing summer editorial internship. I extend my gratitude to you for sharing the most exciting moments of my summer. Answering ... more

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As I sit in my cubicle I feel myself suffering from another ailment. Finding itself in the same family as post-party depression, my body aches with post-photo shoot depression. Or maybe that’s just my feet aching from being on them all day long? ... more

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With college as a fall destination for many recent graduates, this year’s school supply list features a bit more than folders and milk crates. Living away from home can be made easier if you come prepared with a few of these items to make an easy... more

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You don’t have to be a nature enthusiast to enjoy wildflower blooms. And with this expert advice, you don’t even have to be a seasoned gardener to have a beautiful wildflower garden come spring. After reading the following tips, you will be convi... more

Tips & Tricks

As summer comes to a close, you want to savor every last minute of the fresh air, blooming flowers and sunny days. And who better to bring along on your adventures than man’s best friend?  Here are a few tips to remember to keep your furry compan... more

Living Well

This week I’m working on something top secret; getting my hands dirty with some investigative journalism. Cue Mission: Impossible theme song and bring in the disguises as I go undercover to discover some of fashion’s greatest secrets. Okay, so m... more

Style

I am finding out why the word “dead” was included when a person long ago thought of the term to describe the time when things are due. After an enjoyable Fourth of July long weekend visiting my brother in San Antonio, Texas which included a luxur... more

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As usual, I come into the office never really knowing what to expect. Last Monday, the unexpected included Lisa letting me tag along on a spontaneous adventure to Downtown Easton (which I am loving more and more as I increasingly explore it) to a... more

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For those able to spend their summer days riding waves, a “surfer chic” look comes naturally. But for those of us who simply yearn for our toes in the sand, we could use a little assistance in achieving the effortless, fresh-off-the-beach style. ... more

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Last year the Crayola Factory got a facelift and man, is she looking good! Completely re-imagined in 2013, the renamed Crayola EXPERIENCE® boasts 25 hands-on attractions sure to please visitors of all ages. Originally opened in 1996 to help revit... more

Things To Do

After sitting inside at desks all year during school, children cannot wait to run free outside during the summer months. Grass-stained clothes and chalk-stained hands become daily appearances in homes with kids. But with the newfound freedom duri... more

Outdoors

After peeling my lethargic self from my bed and digging my way out from under the mountain of tear-stained tissues that remain as evidence of my “post-party depression,” I made my way to the office for Week Four of my internship. Luckily, I did n... more

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Allow me to catch my breath as I reminisce about my packed weekend as a Style intern. Week three at the office started off slow with writing and researching articles, sending email after email (can we just give the poor intern a break and respond... more

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So I survived my first week as an LVS intern and as far as I can see, it is going to be pretty hard to top. On my second day as an intern, Editor-in-Chief Lisa Gotto had me out of the office, taking me along with her on a tour of the new and impr... more

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