Grandmom’s lessons learned by Mt. Airy sports masseur

Local Life, Uncategorized July 7, 2011 0 Comments

By Constance Garcia-Barrio During a rehearsal of the Nutcracker Ballet in 2003, some Pennsylvania Ballet dancers stretched, others did “pliés,” and still others beelined to the massage table of Mt. Airy resident Paul Millwood.   “There’s a short time between acts, so you have to work fast,” said Millwood, 51, a member of the American […]
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Mount varsity hoopsters clean up in summer ball

Uncategorized July 5, 2011 0 Comments

by Tom Utescher Playing on back-to-back nights with only five players available for the first game and six for the next, Mount St. Joseph Academy still was able to engineer one easy victory and one unqualified rout as the Hatboro Horsham Summer League came to a close for 2011. Staged at Germantown Academy for many […]
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Who runs this household in Mount Airy, people or pets?

Uncategorized May 5, 2011 0 Comments

Who runs this household in Mount Airy, people or pets?

by Maggie Wollman I say our two cats are our children who won’t give us back-talk nor grow up and leave. Leave? Hardly. They are underfoot much of the time and try to be helpful. When I work in the yard, they are observing me as if learning what to do. However, when I run […]
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Taking power peacefully

Opinion, Uncategorized February 16, 2011 0 Comments

Taking power peacefully

If only we could have seen this coming. Last week, a mostly peaceful demonstration by the citizens of Egypt removed from power a political system that had strangled real democratic rule in the country for 30 years. Without troops on the ground and with minimal violence – supporters of ousted President Hosni Mubarak did enter […]
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GFS A Cappella Fest 2011: An Evening of Rock and Soul

News, Uncategorized February 10, 2011 0 Comments

By Madeleine Wattenbarger Over the course of a school year, the stage of Germantown Friend School’s Loeb Performing Arts Center bears the weight of many a musician. Yet no event is so highly anticipated as A Cappella Fest, the annual showcase of close-harmony groups from around the area, headed by the school’s own GFS A […]
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Catching up with a couple Penn Charter water athletes: Bonus and Merlo

Uncategorized January 10, 2011 0 Comments

Catching up with a couple Penn Charter water athletes: Bonus and Merlo

by Herm Rogul Kyle Bonus, a 5’8” senior from Lafayette Hill, is a diver, a swimmer and the top scorer in the thriving William Penn Charter School girls water polo team. “I’m averaging four goals a game and we average nine goals,” she said. “Our team is doing very well. Water polo is physical, there […]
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Mounties avoid lump of coal in stocking

Sports, Uncategorized December 30, 2010 0 Comments

Mounties avoid lump of coal in stocking

by Tom Utescher After the Mount St. Joseph Academy Magic went ahead by a dozen points at the start of their last basketball game before Christmas, the visiting Knights of Delaware Country Christian School staged a 19-6 rally and put the Mount’s season-long win streak in jeopardy. The Knights, who also entered last Thursday’s game […]
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