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Shopping in Old Levittown

June 11, 2015 1:54 am0 comments
Shopping in Old Levittown

When Shop-a-Rama was completed in 1955, Levittown residents suddenly enjoyed many options close to home.

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“Now That’s America, Baby!”

March 21, 2015 2:05 pm0 comments
“Now That’s America, Baby!”

One of the great passions of Harry Knittel’s life has been the fight for the American working man

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The Rose Man of Levittown

March 20, 2015 8:28 pm0 comments
Bill Kozemchak holding a Double Delight rose.

A person standing outside Bill Kozemchak’s house in Violetwood, beholding the thousand or more lustrous, fragrant roses of every size and color bursting from waist-high bushes or climbing the walls and trellises, would surely feel in the presence of some kind of rare gardening wizardry. Mr. Kozemchak, after all, is […]

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Levittown Then…Catholic School Days

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Levittown Then…Catholic School Days

Local author Michael Tasker remembers his Catholic school days in an excerpt from his book, “WIWAK: When I Was a Kid.”

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Growing Up in the Greenbelts

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Growing Up in the Greenbelts

The work that GOAL does in restoring the area’s woods, waterways and greenbelts is not only about ecological science; for many who grew up in and around Levittown, the woods and creeks hold a special place in their memories. Local kids spent a lot of time in the woods. Fish […]

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Anatomy of a Tank Removal

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Anatomy of a Tank Removal

Most homeowners who have an underground oil tank on their property are aware by now of the potential troubles it can cause.

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Clueless in the Cold War

March 19, 2015 3:05 am0 comments
Clueless in the Cold War

At the height of the cold war, Chuck Thompson was sent to Berlin to eavesdrop on East Germany’s communist government.

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A Golden Age for Kids

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A Golden Age for Kids

Longtime Levittowners recall spring and summer days from their own youth—when Levittown was teeming with kids and fun could be found everywhere.

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The Super-Hot Pepper People

March 15, 2015 7:06 pm0 comments
The Super-Hot Pepper People

Think you know hot peppers? Will Broomall will tell you there’s a whole world of peppers, mostly unknown outside of a scattering of aficionados.

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Joe Sagolla

March 12, 2015 2:02 pm0 comments
Ice skaters along the canal.

Artist of Bristol On a pleasant day in Bristol, you may see a cheerful, broad chested man riding a bike along the streets or along the river, stopping occasionally to sketch a tree or a person or a boat that has caught his eye. Those who know him only as […]

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