Archive for September 4th, 2016

Revolutionary War hamlet to get its due

Many area residents have passed through the once-prosperous hamlet of Trimbleville, located along the west branch of the Brandywine Creek in Pocopson and West Bradford townships, with no inkling of its Revolutionary War significance. The Friends of Martin’s Tavern hope to change that on Sunday, Sept. 11, at 1 p.m., when a historic plaque is erected at 311 Broad Run ...

 
 

Monkey business sought in Victory contest

In celebration of its top-selling beer, Victory Brewing Company has crafted a social media contest focusing on Golden Monkey and fans who have supported – and revere – the all-seeing, all-knowing, mystically spirited, metallic simian since its introduction in 1997. Running through Oct. 10, the contest encourages monkey zealots to get social with “Monkey Tales” in ...

 

Applied Belief: A God under a divided nation

We all know the phrase “one nation under God.” Who knew this would become such a controversial phrase in the Pledge of Allegiance, which so many children have learned and recited since the 1950s? Today this phrase continues to be challenged in courts of public opinion. I believe in the vision laid out by the pledge but it currently does not reflect the America we ...