Search Results for 'Len Lear'
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For William Konstant, 70, a Flourtown resident for the last 36 years, the top item on his bucket list was climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, East Africa. more
Richard Tuttle, a professional musician and retired lawyer who just released the CD single, “Break Someone Else's Heart,” is also an author whose dialogue is often spellbinding. more
For more than 30 years, organizers hosted a holiday craft show every December at the Water Tower Recreation Center, connecting dozens of artisans from the Philadelphia area with shoppers. Now it's coming back. more
Paul Mercurio, who now lives across the road from Chestnut Hill College, was a typical working class kid growing up in West Oak Lane. Now he's a published author. more
Last month, somebody left a package on the back step of Mt. Airy United Fellowship Church that, according to pastor Rev. Joe Williams, “proves there are angels out there.” more
Stan Cutler, a Chestnut Hill resident for 22 years and a Germantown resident for 20 years before that, is known as a stalwart cheerleader for the local library. more
Erica Paul, the newest member of the Chestnut Hill Local board of directors, joined the board as its treasurer three months ago. more
Two days after Eliza Callard was born, she was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and was placed in an incubator for three weeks.  more
Were you the class clown? The life of the party?  Check out the upcoming Mt. Airy Learning Tree classes, “A Gentle, Fun Guide to Doing Stand-Up Comedy.” more
Actor and playwright Josh L. Hitchens, the Theater Artistic Director at Allens Lane Art Center and author of “Haunted History of Philadelphia,” has always loved the macabre. more
Brian Reisman never thought his business would last 20 years when he opened Hideaway Music Store. more
What on earth is a microbiologist like you doing in a place like this? more
Mt. Airy author Janet Mason has done it again. more
Today there is no shortage of opinions about young people presumably wasting their time while glued to their phones. But one cannot help but be impressed by Karina Chan-van der Helm. more
Chestnut Hill resident Nelson Diaz has chronicled his life in the autobiography “Not from Here, Not from There." more
When Brendan Dwyer was four years old, his mom, Marianne, became the director of Teenagers, Inc., a nonprofit that aims to connect teens to the world through community service. more
According to city statistics, Philadelphia hit 1,250 opioid overdose deaths last year – a situation that Jose Benitez, CEO of Prevention Point Philadelphia (PPP), knows all too well. more
It is no secret that the pandemic has been particularly hard on restaurants and other food-related businesses. more
Alphonso “Al” Lassiter, 72, has a perpetually smiling face that has brightened up the Chestnut Hill Weavers Way market at the cash register and around the store for the past 12 years. more
The Rev. Robert Polk, a 94-year-old resident of the Cathedral Village Retirement Community in upper Roxborough, said there were almost no other Black residents when he moved there 20 years ago. more
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