Andy Wyeth’s Private World

 by Terry Conway It’s a small structure built of fieldstone and clapboard, sacred ground that few were allowed to enter.  A black and white sign at the entryway read: “I am working, so please do not disturb. I do not sign autographs.” To reinforce his wishes: “Beware of the dog.” For seven decades the space …

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“Pittsburgh Has Become The “GREEN City.”

by Jim Weaver I love Pittsburgh.  I grew up near there and lived and worked in the city after college and during the early months of married life.  While much has changed, somethings are still the same — the University of Pittsburgh’s “Cathedral of Learning” classroom tower where I did my graduate studies is still …

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Bethlehem’s Sun Inn Still Embraces Spirit of ’76

  By Bob Ruegsegger During the American Revolution, no place in Colonial America — with the exception of Philadelphia — played host to a greater number of founding fathers and patriot military leaders than the Sun Inn in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. With the British occupying Philadelphia and the defeat of the Continental Army at the Battle of …

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