Wednesday, December 24, 2008
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Thursday, December 18, 2008
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Well here it is December, Christmas 2008 right around the corner and a New Year 2009 about to arrive. It's that time of the year again, time to make your new year resolution.
Lets review some of the classic New Year Resolutions to get an idea for this year:
(1) get out of debt - Wow, we all could use that one in these difficult times.
(2) lose weight and get in shape - I don't know about you but I had a little too much to eat this Thanksgiving. This is a good one.
(3) spend more time with the family - this is a good one for all you workaholics.
(4) help others - this is definitely the most commendable resolution. You can better the lives of other people by doing some volunteer work.
There are many more good ideas for New Years Resolutions - 2009
Are you planning any resolutions for 2009 out there in cyberland ?
This seems like the perfect answer for me. I am going to remember this wonderful discovery of mine for other occasions birthdays, weddings, showers and not just Christmas! They are quick, convenient and can be emailed, so perfect for last-minute shopping!
Wow, I am a regular genious.
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Tax break applies to years 2008 and 2009
Property owners who use the standard deduction, rather than itemize their individual deductions when filing their income taxes, will get a new tax break for tax years 2008 and 2009.
A chance to deduct property taxes
Prior to 2008, only taxpayers who itemized their deductions – that is, listed certain expenses such as mortgage interest to reduce their overall tax liability – could deduct state and local property taxes. Those who took the standard deduction, or a fixed amount of income not subject to tax, could not.
Limits set on deduction amount
However, for 2008 and for 2009, non-itemizers will be allowed to take a limited property tax deduction, up to $500 for single taxpayers and up to $1,000 for married couples filing jointly.
A couple in the 25 percent tax bracket would save $250 in taxes, while a single filer in the 25 percent bracket would save $125.
The deduction is determined by whichever of the following is lower:
The amount of property taxes paid, or $500 for single taxpayers or $1,000 for married, filing jointly.
Monday, December 15, 2008
This is a premium network of remodeling contractors, who carry out bathroom remodeling, kitchen remodeling, attic remodeling and basement remodeling projects. Homeowners use this service to find local contractors for all of their home improvement projects.
They are a referral network providing contractor access to homeowners seeking home improvement goods and services. Contractors are reviewed and approved by Renovation Experts to ensure they adhere to quality standards.
They strongly recommend that homeowners follow at a minimum some basic steps to protect themselves even when they recommend hiring a contractor in their network. The Federal Trade Commission recommends in part the following things:
Check out the contractor with your local or state consumer protection officials.
Ask the contractor for customer references who have projects similar to yours.
Ask for a copy of the contractor's current insurance certificates and licenses, if required.
Get written estimates from several firms. Make sure bids are based on identical project specifications.
Get all guarantees, warranties and promises in writing.
Agree on start and completion dates, and have them written into the contract.
Friday, December 12, 2008
Sudoku is a deceptively simple game of logic, that will get you hooked and puzzle you as well. It is easy to learn but somewhat of a challenge to master.
Sudoku is played over a 9x9 grid that is divided into 3x3 sub grids called "regions".
Sudoku begins with some of the grid cells already filled with numbers. If you are a first time player here are a few playing tips.
1. The game board starts with several numbers already on it. Every time you start a new game there is a different set of numbers.
2. The object of this puzzle game is to fill the empty board cells with numbers from 1 to 9 according the game rules.
3. You need to determine what numbers can be inserted into each empty cell according to the rules of the game.
4. In summary, the Sudoku rule is: Complete the Sudoku puzzle so that each and every row, column, and region contains the numbers one through nine only once.
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Sunday, November 30, 2008
The invisibleSHIELD is a custom cut full body shield, available for many types of devices. It has a patent-pending full-body contour wrap and should keep my phone looking like the day that I bought it.
If you are not completely satisfied with the coverage of the invisibleSHIELD, you can return it within 30 days for a full refund. Lets hope I do not have to use that. Also if the invisibleSHIELD ever scratches, they will replace it for free, for life. So what do you have to lose other than those unsightly scratches?
Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Dec 1 - 31, 2008
Join us in the Country for a horse-drawn holiday ride. Relax and enjoy the Christmas lights in the quiet, small town of Ironton. Choose either a 15 minute or a 30 minute ride. Rides depart every 20 minutes. Rides by reservation, tickets are non-refundable.
A CHRISTMAS CAROL, the musical
Dec. 3 - 14, 2008
Based on the book by Charles Dickens.One of the Holiday's most endearing and enduring tales is brought to life for children of all ages in this dazzling musical production. Part ghost story, part parable, this festive show brims with Holiday spirit as a cast of 90 actors, singers, and dancers guides the miserly Scrooge on an unforgettable journey from darkness to light. See Tiny Tim, Bob Cratchit, and the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future in this heart-warming musical based on the Dickens classic. Performed at Bethlehem's Charles A. Brown Ice House, Tickets: $24 Adults, $19 Children/Seniors Groups 12+ receive a $2 discount per ticket
Public Performances: Fri, 12/5, 7:00pm.Sat, 12/6, 2:00 & 7:00pm. Sun, 12/7, 1:00 & 4:00pm. Thu, 12/11, 7:00pm. Fri, 12/12, 7:00pm. Sat, 12/13, 1:00, 4:00 & 7:00pm. Sun, 12/14, 1:00 & 4:00pm.
Dec. 4 - 7, 2008 and Dec. 11 - 14, 2008
Recognized as one of the top holiday markets in the world by Travel and Leisure Magazine, Christkindlmarkt is a family holiday marketplace featuring aisles of exquisite handmade works by the nation's finest artisans, the heart-warming sounds of live holiday music, German and Austrian food, St. Nicholas and more. Admission is $8 for adults, $14 for a season pass and free for children 12 and under. Open 10 a.m.- 8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays and 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sundays.
Christmas City Cirque
Dec. 27 - 28, 2008
Historic District, Spring & Main Streets - Experience an unforgettable evening of high-flying circus performers, music, magic, juggling and comedy. Christmas City Cirque is a spectacular showcase of extreme acrobatic delights. Tickets are $25-$50.
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Winter Energy Savings Tips
• Try to minimize the number of times that you open your doors to the outside weather.
• When not using the chimney, remember to shut the flue.
• Insulate walls and attic areas properly. Batts of insulation added to your attic is an easy do-it yourself project.
• Lowering your thermostat by 1 degree F. will reduce your heating bill by 2%. Maintaining 68 degrees is an average daily temperature, with lower temperatures at nighttime. Also, lower the thermostat if you will not be home during the daytime hours.
• Use ceiling fans set at slow speed to push the warm air away from the ceiling and move it around your rooms. Everyone will feel the warmth and be more comfortable!
• Try to use the sun when it is out! Open windows on southern and eastern exposures throughout the daytime hours. Remember to close shades before sun sets to keep the heat in the house.
Saturday, November 01, 2008
Nov. 28-30, Dec. 4-6, 11-14, 18-21, 26-30 2008
Presented by the Historic Bethlehem Partnership. Tours depart Historic Bethlehem Welcome Center, 505 Main Street. This is a great way tosee the sites of North and South Bethlehem and reflect on the true meaning of the Christmas season.
Thursday, October 30, 2008
Caterer Tips / Questions
1. Where will the food be cooked?
2. How will the food be transported?
3. How will the food be kept hot or cold during the party?
4. What is the plan for replenishing foods on a buffet table
5. What will be done with the leftovers?
6. Do you have references I may contact?
Sunday, October 19, 2008
You can choose from traditional flowers like long stemmed red roses, orchids, daises, and sunflowers as well as gourmet fruit, wine, cheese, and chocolate gift baskets. No matter what the occasion, this is the perfect place to find great bargains for all your floral needs.
Wednesday, October 01, 2008
Oct. 4, 2008
Centre Square - Northampton and 3rd Streets, Easton. Regional and local garlic growers and market vendors will offer specialty garlic foods along with other quality fare to satisfy your cravings for the pungent bulb. Our Chef's Showcase will educate and entertain you with ongoing cooking and garlic gardening demonstrations. Line up early to participate in The Morning Call's Gastric Garlic People's Choice Award contest. (No pets please!)
Masquerade Party for Kids
Oct. 24, 2008
Masquerade Party at The Crayola FACTORY. Join in the fun from 5 - 8 p.m., where children can enjoy music, dancing and a costume contest. Dance to child-friendly music by DJ Mark Sheppard from WLEV. Special Guest Nicholas from "The World According to Nicholas" will be at this fun event. Light refreshments will be available for a fee. Cost of event is $6 per person at The Crayola FACTORY, 30 Centre Square, Easton, PA.
Sunday, September 28, 2008
On Fifth Avenue's Museum Mile you can visit the stately Metropolitan or the Frank Lloyd Wright's unmistakable Guggenhiem. There are some smaller jewels also such as the American Folk Art Museum or the Lower East Side Tenement Museum. It's very popular so get tickets in advance. The Museum of Television and Radio is great fun. Uptown you'll find The Cloisters which has medieval art, frescoes and peaceful gardens.
Bike, blade or stroll on the Hudson River Greenway, a 11 mile path along the West Side from Battery Park to the George Washington Bridge (parks) or visit the Union Square Greenmarket where local farmers sell their wares Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Walk to the secluded Conservatory Garden at Fifth Avenue and 105th. Street and admire the abundant plantings. If you are interested in songbirds, warblers and waterfowl go to the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge on the border of Queens and Brooklyn.
Soho is a bit pricey as shopping districts go but the Flatiron District from 14th Street to 23rd Street, Sixth Avenue to Park Avenue is gaining favor with a mix of local favorites and national chains such as Old Navy. Head downtown for bargains on designer clothes, shoes and bedding. If you desire a taste of old New York hit the Lower East Side for hundreds of discount apparel and home decorating shops. In Chinatown you'll find Pearl River Mart with its paper lanterns, soup bowls, brocade jackets and much more.
You might want to begin by consulting www.zagat.com for reviews of hundreds of eateries in all of the five boroughs.You can also check www.restaurantweek.com for some fine selections. When you are in midtown Manhattan around Times Square be sure to stroll over to Restaurant Row around 46th. Street where you'll fine a great selection of eateries.
You can get cheap tickets at TKTS in Times Square or Bowling Green Plaza. Remember that on Wednesday and Saturday there are matinee performances of Broadway shows.
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
• Do not keep medicine in the medicine cabinet! Ironically, the medicine cabinet in a steamy, moist bathroom is not the best place to keep any medication - prescription or otherwise. The room's moisture can make medications less potent. It's best to keep medicines in a hall closet or on a high shelf in the kitchen.
• Remember to keep prescription and nonprescription medications out of the reach of children .
• Never repackage medications; keep them in their original child-proof containers so that you'll have the expiration date and instructions on hand.
• Toss medications when they have expired (usually 1 year for pills or sooner for liquids - check the prescription label for the expiration date) or the doctor has told you that your child should stop taking them.
Sunday, September 21, 2008
Monday, September 01, 2008
Sept. 5 - 6, 2008
6:00 pm. William Delong Park, 233 Bowers Rd. Bowers, PA. Free parking in the park, admission by donation. Featuring Chile Pepper Song Contest Saturday at Noon. Chile Pepper Eating Contest Saturday at 4pm.
• Memory Day
Sept. 6, 2008
1803 House, Emmaus. This favorite community event combines good food, entertainment, time period demonstrations, as well as shopping for jewelry, paintings, antiques, crafts, and more.
• Celebrate Grandparents Weekend
Sept. 6 - 7, 2008
9:30 AM - 5:30 PM. The Crayola FACTORY, 30 Centre Square Easton, PA. Grandparents get in free with child
• Lehigh Valley Hospital Marathon for Via
Sept. 7, 2008
The Lehigh Valley Hospital Marathon for Via presented by 69 WFMZ-TV is a unique five-person team relay, individual run, 20-mile training run and 5K walk. The 26.2 mile course follows the Lehigh River Canal Towpath through Allentown, Bethlehem and Easton. Runners of all abilities will love the scenic course.
• North Whitehall Township Senior Day
Sept. 11, 2008
Old Packhouse Rd. Schnecksville, 610-799-3411
Seniors come to play bean bags, horseshoes, throw football and baseball, putt golf, and have fun with the ring, tire, and washer toss games. Will have 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners, a terrifice lunch and then in the afternoon play bingo.
• Lehigh Valley Fashion Weekend
Sept. 12, 2008
Allentown Symphony Hall. The opening night of Fashion Weekend will be an exclusive gala event, one not to be missed. Leading into Symphony Hall there wil be a red carpet champagne reception. Then get upclose with the hottest fashions walking down the catwalk from your favorite designers. After the show VIP's escape to the ultra private Rodale Room where you can indulge in the great culinary tastes from local eateries, meet and greet with celebrities, models, and artists all while enjoying chic entertainment, atmosphere, and a premium open bar. Mingle, Dance, Relax, Enjoy. Day two of the LV Fashion Weekend we start off by offering special discounts at local participating retailers, where a percentage of your purchases goes toward Allentown Symphony Orchestra Children's programming for charity. This fun day of shopping is designed to support local business for a charitable cause. Shop in the name of charity!
• Blues in the Barn
Sept. 13 - 14, 2008
Pinnacle Ridge Winery, 407 Old Rte 22, Kutztown, PA. Enjoy our fabulous wines (by the glass or bottle) up in the winery barn while you listen to great music and embrace the scenery of the surrounding vineyards just as we're about to get underway with harvest. Roast pig and bbq will be available for sale by the plate or sandwich. Sunday hours Noon to 5pm.
• Lehigh Valley BrewFest 2008
Sept. 13, 2008
Brewfest returns to downtown Easton for 2008! Sample beers from across the region and even the country. Live music performances too. Check our web site for more details. Benefits Equi–librium's therapeutic riding program. Must be 21 to attend.
• "Hot Blast and Iron Pigs" Heritage Walk in Hugh Moore Park
Sept. 14, 2008
Hugh Moore Historical Park and Museums sponsors a heritage walk on Sunday, September 14, 2008 in Hugh Moore Park. "Hot Blast and Iron Pigs: Ironmaking in Hugh Moore Park" is free and open to the public. The walk is conducted by National Canal Museum Historian Lance Metz, co-author of The Anthracite Iron Industry of the Lehigh Valley published by Canal History and Technology Press. The 1 1/2 hour walk starts at the Canal Boat Store in Hugh Moore Park at 1:30 PM. In the event of inclement weather, the walk is cancelled.
Monday, August 18, 2008
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Friday, August 15, 2008
Tips on Preparing Your Home for Sale
1. Cleaning up the outside of the home • Curb appeal is very important. When the prospective buyer drives up the first impression of your house sets the tone • Make sure the grass is cut and the general yard area is nice and tidy.
• Fresh paint on wood surfaces and washing of exterior siding will improve the appearance • Clean you windows both inside and out • Check that your chimney is in good condition.
2. Touching up the interior of the house • Brighten up your home with a fresh coat of paint in all the rooms that need it. This will give your home a nice clean look • Wash the walls where paint is not appropriate (i.e. wall paper, paneling) • Wax all your hardwood floors • Wash your bathroom tiles • Shampoo any dirty carpets • A general clean up of your closets, garage, basement, attic, etc. is necessary to get rid of clutter and make your home neat and presentable • Be sure to dust.
3. Bathroom and/or kitchen fixtures • Give a new look to the room by replacing these items. You don't want the buyer to notice a leaking or worn-out faucet • Don't forget under the sinks. Fix any leaks and be sure to clean up under the sink with a touch of paint or some contact paper.
4. Remove any interior odors in the home • Pet and cigarette odors must go • Scented potpourri around the house works wonders • When a potential buyer is scheduled for a home visit, bake some cinnamon rolls or apple pie. You'll enjoy them and the aroma will fill the kitchen.
5. Professional help with the closing - Title company • A title company can handle the title search and paper work for a very small fee. It is well worth the cost.
Sunday, August 10, 2008
Friday, August 01, 2008
Aug. 15 - Dec. 15, 2008
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Hawk Mountain Sanctuary 1700 Hawk Mountain Road Kempton. Hike to the famous North Lookout during this autumn ritual.
Hike to the famous North Lookout to observe raptor migration as part of this ritual of autumn. Bald eagles, kestrels, and ospreys are among the first migrants. A modest trail fee applies.
Sunday, June 15, 2008
• When planning to stay at a B&B it is almost essential to make reservations ahead. This is especially important on weekends and holidays.
• The time you call for the reservation is the best time to make your travel needs, accommodation interests and breakfast desires clear. Allergies to down pillows, a need for extra blankets, or beds for very tall people should be discussed at that time. Inform your host or reservation service of specific health problems, concerns about stairs or special dietary needs.
• Check-in time is usually between 5 and 7 PM. If you need to make different arrangements, make sure you ask ahead. It’s important to inquire about check-in and check-out times when you make your reservation.
• It’s a good idea to ask your hosts in advance for sightseeing ideas, restaurants etc. They are usually aware of the best around! Let them know the types of hobbies, sports, or food you enjoy, and you’ll be surprised how helpful a host can be!
• Most B&B hosts thrive on providing special touches that hotels just can’t do. Flowers, wine, or gifts can be arranged to be in the room when you arrive for special occasions. Dinner, limousine, or rental car arrangements can be made for you in advance; newspaper articles and brochures on things you are coming to do can be saved and placed in you room etc. Don’t be shy when you book, you’ll enjoy getting to know your host and it will help you enjoy your stay too!
Thursday, June 05, 2008
• What is the price and number of pictures in your wedding album?
• Will you get to keep the proofs from your wedding album and is a CD of all your pictures included in the price?
• How many people will work your wedding and how long will they stay?
• How many pictures will be taken during the course of your wedding day and can you add any extras?
• Look carefully through each vendors wedding sample books for originality and a personal touch that will make you day special.
• Is your photographer a Certified Professional Photographer?
When you go for that walk or ride take along your cell phone but turn it off. We are going to try something new and only use it in case of an emergency not talking to everyone about all those insignificant things. Oh, leave the Walkman home also.
We are out here to enjoy nature and our surroundings not technology. Remember when you were a small child and went for a drive with your family and constantly gazed out the car window and marveled at everything that you pass. We would like to recapture some of that feeling when we go for our walk or ride.
So get off of the couch and get healthy. One last thing, take along a friend or family member. They will enjoy it also, get healthier too and bond a little more.
As Roy Rogers said.... "Happy trails to you"
Sunday, June 01, 2008
Lose Leaf Lettuce is probably the biggest category of greens. It can have green or red leaves and tends to be the most bitter.
Iceberg Lettuce is a ball of moist, crisp but not especially flavorful leaves.
Romaine Lettuce is long, moist, crunchy leaves and somewhat bitter.
Boston Lettuce is a well-defined head of leaves that is soft and tender.
I prefer to mix various greens together thereby getting a better texture and taste. There are many different varieties of greens that you can also use such as sweet chard, mustard greens, spicy arugula and radicchio. Of course you will need some extra virgin olive oil, vinegar, or lemons. I really am hooked on balsamic vinegar on my salads.
Besides your basic salads and dressing, you may start building a bigger masterpiece by adding vegetables, or fruits, nuts or croutons, and even meat, fish, pasta, cheese, or whole grains. Salad has no limit.
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Many pets are above their ideal weight and the majority of research shows that being overweight can shorten the lives of your precious pets.
The causes of weight gain can be overfeeding, feeding too many table scraps and treats, lack of exercise, and age (older, less active pets are prone to weight gain).
Weight loss will improve your pet’s appearance and health as well as his enjoyment and length of life:
• Feed a low-calorie high-fiber food formulated for weight reduction.
• Divide the total amount of food to be fed each day into 3 or 4 smaller meals.
• Exercise your pet regularly if recommended by your veterinarian.
*** Always check with your Veterinarian about feeding and weight control for your pet.
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Saturday, May 10, 2008
If you are walking down the sidewalk and you are slow it would be polite and a good idea to walk close to the buildings or inside and let faster walkers pass on the outside. Just like driving.
When you are part of a big group of people walking shoulder to shoulder and are approaching people coming the other way, please break up into smaller groups or there will be a collision.
For all the couples out there that are so self absorbed and walk in the middle of the sidewalk, please shift to your right and share the sidewalk with that other couple coming you direction. I am sure they will shift to the right also and you both can go on your merry way. Great no collision in the middle!
Thursday, May 01, 2008
May 22 - 26, 2008
Lehigh Valley activities such as Mayfair showcase outstanding performers and artisans and puts their talents on display in Allentown's scenic Cedar Beach Park. Performance stages, over a hundred artists and craftspeople, roving entertainers, and more than two dozen vendors offering authentic regional foods.
6th Annual Spring Thaw Rendezvous BIKE SHOW
May 3, 2008
Free Admission. ENTERTAINMENT - FOOD - VENDORS - BEVERAGES - RIDE IN BIKE SHOW - EVENT SHIRTS & PINS - 50/50 DRAWING. Proceeds benefit the Northampton Fire Department.
Thursday, April 10, 2008
Tips - Checklist for that upcoming Car Trip:
• Plan ahead - Pack the night before you hit the road. Try to travel on off peak-times to avoid heavy traffic.
• Safety Concerns - Keep small children off of your lap in the car and always buckle up. Children are safest in the back seat of the car wearing seat belts or in federally approved child safety or booster seats.
• Comfortable is the name of the game - Pack the car before you put the kids in and make sure they have plenty of room. It is a good idea to stop every two hours to let passengers and driver stretch their legs. Keep the kids dressed in comfortable clothes with good walking shoes. Be prepared for weather changes by taking along some sweaters or raincoats. Oh yes, do not forget your small child’s favorite pillow or blankie.
• Be prepare - Keep a photo ID of the kids in your wallet in case they get lost in a crowded area. Children should always remain under direct supervision, especially at rest stops. You know how fast those kids are, it only takes a second for a child to be lost.
• Entertainment for the kids - toys, books, puzzles, portable travel games, CDs and cassettes can help pass the time. Play games to help pass the time. Remeber the classic car game - How many license plates have you seen from different states?
• Bring snacks and drinks. Nutritious snacks and beverages are best. Don’t forget the napkins, wet wipes, travel-size packets of tissue and plastic trash bags.
• Emergency kit is a good idea - pack one first aid kit for the passengers and another for the car. Items to include in your car emergency kit: jumper cables, jack and spare tire, extra motor oil, antifreeze, windshield wiper fluid, a flashlight with fresh batteries, blanket, small snow shovel, ice scraper, brush for snow removal, de-icer, cell phone, some non-perishable food, bottled water or juices, motor club membership card and a list of emergency phone numbers.
Wednesday, April 02, 2008
Wednesday, March 05, 2008
Rank - Manufacturer / Model --- MPG
1 Toyota Prius (hybrid-electric) --- 48 / 45
2 Honda Civic Hybrid --- 40 /45
3 Nissan Altima Hybrid --- 35/30
4 Ford Escape Hybrid FWD --- 34 / 30
4 Mazda Tribute Hybrid 2WD --- 34 / 30
4 Mercury Mariner Hybrid FWD --- 34/ 30
5 Toyota Camry Hybrid --- 33 / 34
6 Toyota Yaris (manual) --- 29 / 36
7 Toyota Yaris (automatic) --- 29 / 35
8 Ford Escape Hybrid 4WD --- 29 / 27
8 Mercury Mariner Hybrid 4WD --- 29 / 27
8 Mazda Tribute Hybrid 4WD --- 29 / 27
9 Toyota Corolla (manual)--- 28 / 37
10 Honda Fit (manual) --- 28 / 34
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Saturday, March 01, 2008
Ticket prices for the show are: $8 for Adults, $5 for Children over 5 and Senior Citizens (55 +), College Students (with ID). FREE Fire Fighters, Police, & Active Military (with ID). FREE Children under 5 and FREE Parking. The 2009 show well be held on March 26 - 29, 2009 For information go to