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Author: Louise Feder

Louise Feder is a freelance writer and curator. She lives in New Hope with her husband, Ross, three-year-old son, Howie, and two spoiled cats. In addition to her blog entries here, Louise is the author of the exhibition catalogue Rae Sloan Bredin: Harmony and Power (James A. Michener Art Museum, 2018) and several articles for American Art Review as well as a selection of catalogue essays.

When you live in the middle of a town like New Hope, it feels like everybody assumes you go out to eat all the time. And I get it – having so many restaurants within walking distance is super tempting. But, while we definitely do partake on occasion, since having a kid we seriously cut back on late nights out. Don’t get me wrong, I am very pro taking kids out to eat, but things get complicated

As a local, I will be the first to admit I’m biased…but come on. How great is Bucks County during the holidays? The shop windows in town, the frosty fields in the countryside, the Christmas tree farms? It’s just the best. And like most families, we have our own traditions, but this year we added a new one: a mini road trip to check out residential holiday lights!

On a rainy Sunday night, my

A Weekend Along the Bucks County Genius Belt

Monday, September 16, 2019 4:00 PM by Louise Feder

I don’t know about you, but back-to-school season always makes me want to return to a favorite subject. So, what better time to spend a weekend along the Bucks County Genius Belt?

A term used in the first half of the 20th century to describe the area’s wealth of artists, craftspeople, authors, and playwrights, it’s fair to say Bucks County’s cultural legacy is at the very heart of our region’s

It’s official. We’ve reached that point in the summer where it’s too hot on the playground and too stuffy inside. The kid is restless, I’m out of iced coffee – you know what that means, right? Time for an adventure!

Today my three-year-old son, Howie, and I are off to the Bucks County Audubon Society.

Audubon Society

STOP ONE: Breakfast and Packing

Since we’re packing a picnic lunch today, Howie and I lived it