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At age 18, before she had her first screen role, actor Sally Kellerman had signed a recording contract with Norman Granz of Verve Records. She did not record right away “because I was scared,” she acknowledged in a recent phone interview. “But that was the beginning of my musical foray. I made my first album in the early 1970s. Lou Adler produced it.”

New Hope is a charming hamlet that boasts cultural diversity, artistic imagination, live theater, fine dining and amazing antiques. Yet, in addition to peddling trendy paintings and vintage apparel, local merchants also indulge a more eclectic customer base: one that scours their quaint shops for rare commodities that range from mainstream-trendy to the downright macabre. Whatever your taste, New Hope is the place to find an infinite array of goods as diverse and colorful as the clientele in search of them.

Bucks County original Earl’s Prime (a long-running steakhouse that closed last year) has returned anew with the recent opening of Earl’s New American, 2400 Street Road in Peddler’s Village. Led by chef Bill Murphy, this new incarnation of Earl’s blends the rustic charm of the area’s farmhouses with a more polished contemporary look and menu.

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