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Graphic Design

Graphic design is meant to evolve and grow. As the worlds of art, technology, and media continue to change, designers must stay on top of

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Easter ala Kugel

My mom’s mother, Mary Palinroda, was a cook for many Jewish restaurants in New York City way back in the 1930s. She accumulated a lot

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Cue the Chorus

One of my friends lives adjacent to the Manumuskin Creek here in Cumberland County, not far from Peaslee Wildlife Management Area. He described hearing a

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The Dawn Chorus

I’ve been spending mornings in the woods, arriving before sunrise and enjoying the variety of birds that serenade me at

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Opt for Native

Last week we delved into the effects of deforestation—how a forest collectively protects soils and properties and how entire towns

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Red-Headed Woodpecker

A flash of dark wings disappears and reappears, white patches accenting each wing beat. The stroboscopic effect captures my eye. When the wings tuck against

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The Dawn Chorus

I’ve been spending mornings in the woods, arriving before sunrise and enjoying the variety of birds that serenade me at dawn. On overcast mornings many

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Idyllic Retreat

April 24, on a sunny day with a light breeze, my husband and I visited one of my favorite spots—the Natural Lands’ Tatnall Starr Trail

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How It Works

Have you heard about Xspero but are unsure what it is? The simple answer: Xspero is a smartphone app, invented right here in Cumberland County,

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Back on Target

Falling short of your goals? In a period of stagnation? It may be time to spring clean your routine. Here are a few tips and

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Staying Put…for Less

Experts say that with mortgage rates beginning to rise, refinancing your home now might be your last best chance to lower your monthly mortgage payment,

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Graphic Design

Graphic design is meant to evolve and grow. As the worlds of art, technology, and media continue to change, designers must stay on top of

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Easter ala Kugel

My mom’s mother, Mary Palinroda, was a cook for many Jewish restaurants in New York City way back in the 1930s. She accumulated a lot

Read More »

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