We’re all about fresh here at Fig®. Fresh ideas. Fresh destinations. And, of course, fresh food. If fresh is best, you’ll have to travel far to find a place with greater raw materials at its fingertips. Or such a diverse array of restaurants.
From the hyper-focused to the well-rounded—from arts to engineering—education opens the door to possibility. Luckily for us, Doylestown offers learning opportunities for all, regardless of age, interest, or experience.
The Bucks County Opportunity Council is about to turn 50, and the mission is clear—to help low-income people in Bucks County achieve and sustain economic self sufficiency. Whether in an emergency or for the long term, the BCOC fulfills and fortifies many in our community, helping them leave poverty behind through the Economic Self-Sufficiency (ES) program.
You’ve probably seen him around town. In the co-op. At the coffeehouses. Over at the conservancy. John LaSala is the very fabric of Doylestown, and we are lucky for that. After saying goodbye to corporate America, and the tragic loss of his wife to cancer in 2001, John felt a calling to shift focus, help the community, and improve the environment, starting
Have you seen the orange awning across from the County Theater? It’s an inviting and colorful entry to the latest addition to East State Street. But here’s the twist. You may think they’re the new kid on the block, but really they’re not. Genevieve’s little corner panini shop has been open since 2011 (and still is), but co-owners Genevieve
Hey, who is that guy? That’s what Chris Clark often hears. Moving here sight unseen from Louisiana, his journey began as a music major in college, then on to pursuing his passion in Austin, New Orleans, and Baton Rouge, with a rockabilly-surf-punk country band along the way. When he and his wife headed north to raise their daughter, they found Doylestown. It had