Tag archive for ‘holidays’
By Charlie Sahner On Monday, December 16th, 2019
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5 tips for staying healthy this holiday season

Hannukah, Christmas, New Year’s — the holidays add much-needed warmth and cheer to the bleak winter months. But for many of us, the holiday season also brings a lot of extra stress. Of course, this is More...

By Charlie Sahner On Saturday, November 28th, 2015
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Armagnac: A classic winter spirit worth trying

Now that Cognac has enjoyed something of a resurgence as a result of aggressive re-branding as a hip spirit for mixing, as well as being a fave bottle among rappers and well-heeled Chinese businessmen, many have More...

By Staff On Monday, December 15th, 2014
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‘Chanukah on the Delaware’ menorah lighting at New Hope-Lambertville free bridge runs eight nights starting Tuesday

Tuesday marks the inaugural run of “Chanukah on the Delaware,” the 6 p.m. nightly lighting of menorah candles from Dec. 16-23 on the banks of the Delaware River. The first-year event celebrates the diversity More...

By Staff On Sunday, November 30th, 2014
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Fulper Family invites area families to old-fashioned farmstead Christmas Dec. 5

The Fulper Family of Lambertville will be hosting an old-fashioned holiday farmstead event featuring holiday-lighted tractors leading hayrides, with stops at the maternity barn to see newborn calves, holiday music, More...

By Charlie Sahner On Sunday, September 22nd, 2013
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Sukkot celebrated at Kehilat Hanahar in New Hope

Members of Little Shul by the River (Kehilat Hanahar) in New Hope raise their ‘sukkah’ (Photo: A. Carl Glassman) Many of our Jewish neighbors are celebrating Sukkot, a joyous harvest holiday referred More...