Snow-Covered Fairview Cemetery in Boyertown Before Sunset: March 4th, 2019

Driving past Fairview Cemetery in Boyertown late today before the sun went down nudged at my camera-thinking; I ventured back out with a few lenses to do some photography of gravestones in this early March snow. The storm last night brought the pretty-ish factor…

A New Book Joins the Local Landscape: One Day at a Time: A Social History of Boyertown, Pennsylvania

One Day at a Time: A Social History of Boyertown, Pennsylvania By Guest Writer Victoria Noelle Wagner A new book about Boyertown, One Day at a Time: A Social History of Boyertown, Pennsylvania, has evolved from a challenge offered to Margaret Harner to find…

Early Morning Moon in Boyertown: March 31st, 2018.

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Timestamp: 6.50 a.m. Early morning moon in Boyertown on the last day of March in the cunningly weather-persuasive month of spring 2018 snowstorms.  

Snowy, Historic Hill Church in Boyertown This March

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While downtown Boyertown absolutely has its charms, so do rural sweeps of our area. Below are some eye-scenes from yesterday in our ever-snowy March in 2018. These are views from the history-rich Hill Church section of Boyertown: seasoned gravestones of those whose lives mattered…

Library Haiku in Celebrating Boyertown Community Library’s Move

Haiku is a Japanese form of poem which has three lines. The first and third lines use five syllables across their language-throwing, while the second line uses seven syllables in total. These poems are typically very imagery-driven. They are also just straight-up plain fun….

Fried Pickles Haiku at Dan’s Deli

Haiku is a Japanese form of poem which has three lines. The first and third lines use five syllables across their language-throwing, while the second line uses seven syllables in total. Haiku are often about the natural world and reflective feelings. And they are…