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Exotic Thai Food Dining – Curbside

I never thought that we would come together for the third time without being able to share the details of dinner in one of our area restaurants. Last month I said I miss restaurants, and each week I miss them more. So this month, we re-assembled the review... Read More

Let’s Dish and Talk About Artichokes!

The goal of eating it is to get to its bottom, considered the reward of its tender, meaty flesh. There is work involved – you’ll need to pull and tug the tougher, spiny outer leaves, scraping the little bit of the thistle with your teeth, if you want... Read More

Re-Visiting My Home During COVID-19

There’s that moment, when you first open your eyes in the morning, when you forget about the state of chaos the world is burdened with right now. My day begins with the excitement of having my Rook cold brew (would it be sad if I said it was the highlight... Read More

Dining-In With Some of our Local Favorites

The very night we were going out to review our restaurant for April, the announcement was made – all restaurants would be open for take-out and delivery only. Could this be true? Is this really happening? I put down my keys, put on my comfy clothes,... Read More

How to Choose a Summer Camp for Your Child

If you cringe at the thought of having your child spend all summer in front of a glowing screen, it may be worthwhile to consider summer camp. Camps offer children the opportunity to try many new activities, ranging from sports, dance and theater, arts... Read More

Spring Cleaning The Forgotten Areas of Your Home

Spring cleaning traditionally means ambitious projects like washing windows inside and out, laundering and swapping bed quilts and blankets, or cleaning the garage. But there are places in every home that sometimes get forgotten. Use the following list... Read More

A Historic Haven of Shrewsbury, Presbyterian Church

Located alongside the iconic Christ Church on Sycamore Avenue lies an equally historic and charming church. The Presbyterian Church at Shrewsbury (PCAS) is the little, white church with the red doors. The two buildings are so close that many believe they... Read More