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Enjoy Detroit-Style Pizza, Casual Vibe at the GOAT Pub & Pie

It’s nowhere near the Motor City, but a recently-opened restaurant in Northampton County has forged a Motown culinary connection that’s already winning rave reviews. The GOAT Pub & Pie in Stockertown opened in late April with Detroit-style pizza as a focal point of its menu, after co-owner Sam Ashton picked up on the crusty square pie trend while living and working in Philadelphia.
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‘We sell smiles’: Gourmet cookie chain opening Lehigh Valley location, its first Pennsylvania store, this weekend

Cinnamon oatmeal cookies featuring a warm apple pie center. Sugar cookies filled with warm, creamy cheesecake and dotted with plump, dried blueberries. Chocolate and chocolate chip cookies fused together, studded with white chocolate chips and stuffed with brownie batter. These gourmet cookies and more than 120 others, including ones combining s’mores, churros, sea salt caramel pretzels and ...
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NBC Philadelphia

These Philly-Area ZIP Codes Received the Most Restaurant Revitalization Fund Grants

Businesses in Center City ZIP codes were approved for the most aid in Greater Philadelphia via the federal Restaurant Revitalization Fund, a Business Journal data analysis found. The U.S. Small Business Administration approved nearly 2,000 relief grants totaling more than $607 million for restaurants and other food businesses across the...
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Popular Hackettstown restaurant goes mobile with new food truck

HACKETTSTOWN, NJ (Warren County) – A popular Hackettstown restaurant has gone mobile. Marley’s Wings and Things on Wheels food truck has been making appearances at events since its debut earlier this month in Asbury, NJ. Marley’s Gotham Grill opened its doors 13 years ago at 169 Main Street in downtown...
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Shop Elle's Contemporary Closet on Main Street Bethlehem

Elle’s Contemporary Closet on Main Street in Bethlehem offers contemporary women’s clothing in sizes XS–3XL as well as accessories, handbags and shoes—all available at price points under $100. “I want to make each shopping experience personal for the women who come into Elle’s,” says owner Laura McGovern. “I enjoy learning...
Northampton County, PALehighValleyLive.com

Northampton County Seeing Eye Puppy Raisers held a glow walk Sunday night at Freemansburg Municipal Park. Glow sticks were handed out so participants could decorated themselves and their puppies for the walk.

Northampton County Seeing Eye Puppy Raisers take a glow walk on July 25, 2021. Adam Antiga, left, 8, of Bethlehem, and his cousin Cameron Drych, right, 7, of Bethlehem, snap their glow sticks to activate them as Northampton County Seeing Eye Puppy Raisers held a glow walk Sunday night at Freemansburg Municipal Park. Glow sticks were handed out so participants could decorated themselves and their puppies for the walk.Buy Image.
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Read the August 2021 Digital Edition of Lehigh Valley Style

When we talk about Lehigh Valley Style, sometimes those unfamiliar will automatically assume we’re all about fashion. Flattering, sure, but we are not a fashion magazine. That’s not to say we don’t appreciate fashion or haven’t enjoyed celebrating local style over the years—we certainly have and will continue to do so!—but at our core, we are a magazine that celebrates the Lehigh Valley and those who live and work here. So, when it came time to talk about this year’s annual women’s feature, which has, over the last five years, continued to transition from focusing on fashion to concentrating on the woman behind the clothes, we decided to name it “Women of Substance,” calling on readers to nominate a woman who inspires them, not for her clothes, but for all of who she is.
Carbon County, PATimes News

Wild Wednesday at Mauch Chunk Lake Park

Carbon County Environmental Education Center is partnering with Mauch Chunk Lake Park to bring residents and visitors a unique experience. Wild Wednesdays will be held at 11 a.m. at the Mauch Chunk Lake Park beach pavilion on July 28, and Aug. 4, 11, 18 and 25. Center naturalists will bring live animals to the events for discussions about local wildlife.
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Singing the praises of Musikfest’s move to drop food and beverage tickets | Turkeys & Trophies

For Musikfest enthusiasts – and there are many of them in the Lehigh Valley – there was nothing worse than the post-festival discovery of a wad of food and beverage tickets in a pants pocket or purse. The purchased tickets, which have always been the festival’s legal tender, became virtually worthless when the fireworks closing the festival started going off. Sure, you could still exchange them at one or two venues for a limited amount of time, but most just ended up in the trashcan. It was especially frustrating because you likely waited in a long line to purchase the tickets in the first place. But ArtsQuest, Musikfest’s parent organization, has finally done away with the ticket system. Although it took nearly four decades that saw countless technological advances making the ticket system obsolete, the switch from tickets to a credit/debit card payment system is welcome news. It kicks in for this year’s festival, which runs from Aug. 6 to Aug. 15 with a special preview night on Aug. 5. The new system should help speed up lines. And we’ll all be much happier knowing that the only tickets we’re going to find in our pockets come Aug. 16 are stubs to the festival’s headliner shows.
Allentown, PAAllentown Morning Call

Retail Watch: ‘Little bit of everything’: Shop antiques, artisan wares and more at new Quakertown area market, featuring over 100 vendor booths

Vintage table lamps, tribal art and train memorabilia are situated near serving trays, Star Trek figurines and sports memorabilia. The eclectic mix of merchandise is housed inside the newly opened Collectors Bazaar, a business selling antiques, collectibles and hand-crafted items at 1030 N. West End Blvd. in Richland Township. Customers...