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It was a glorious Saturday for attendees of its annual Witches & Wizards weekend in Chestnut Hill. The weekend began Friday, Oct. 18, with a pub crawl and continued on Saturday with a day of fun … more
Thanks for concert help Our 71st season of the Pastorius Park Concerts (PPC) finished last Wednesday and the stage is packed away again. I'd like to say a big thank you to all our enthusiastic, … more
Photo by Brian Rudnick Just after 7 a.m. on Tuesday morning, the day of primary elections, Danny O'Donnell plants a lawn sign for his wife, Eryn Santamoor, former Philadelphia Deputy Managing … more
(Photos by Sue Ann Rybak and Brian Rudnick) by Sue Ann Rybak People of all ages were dancing in the street at the 23rd Annual Chestnut Hill Home & Garden Festival on Sunday, May 19. The … more
WHITEWATER IN CHESTNUT HILL: Robinson Fredenthal’s mammoth geometrical, stainless steel sculpture, “White Water,” originally commissioned as part of the Independence Mall redevelopment in 1978, … more
https://youtu.be/TKsj9tSDt1Y by Brian Rudnick 50 people braved windy, cold weather in the teens to rally outside the McDonald's on Chelten Avenue in support of raising the minimum wage. Raise … more
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLujNnSCT7k&feature=youtu.be Protestors boarded the Chestnut Hill East train on Saturday, Jan. 19 to participate in the Women's March. (Video by Brian Rudnick) more
More than 100 people attended the annual Caroling at the Creche at the Santander Bank in Chestnut Hill. The annual tradition was once again led by Janine Dwyer -- making her 50th appearance leading … more
Video and photos by Brian Rudnick The annual Chestnut Hill Holiday House tour was held this past Saturday. And Frosty temperatures did little to dissuade what appears to be a record number of … more
Harry Potter was not an official presence at last weekend’s Witches and Wizard’s festival in Chestnut Hill, but the famous fictional wizard’s influence still loomed large as a smaller but still … more
FALL FOR THE ARTS: Chestnut Hill's Germantown Avenue was home to another edition of the always popular Fall for the Arts Festival that saw approximately 20,000 people visit Chestnut Hill for art, … more
Thanks for Birch profile Thank for your article about Libby Birch.  [“Wyndmoor native Elizabeth ‘Libby’ Birch celebrates 100th birthday,” July 19] She sat for my brothers, sister and … more
Weather mostly held up for the annual Home and Garden Festival in Chestnut Hill, Sunday May 20. Chestnut Hill business District director Philip Dawson said tricky weather forecasting, including … more
Thanks for smooth zoning process Woodward House Corporation (WHC) is sending this letter to express its appreciation for the community's support in connection with its recent appeal to the … more
LEARNING FROM VIOLET OAKLEY Docent Charlie Head (left) and Assistant Curator of Education Amanda Monroe frame Violet Oakley's tribute to light, communication and aviation and a group of students form … more
Ardleigh Street resident Mike Albrecht chops away at ice last week, caused by a leaking fire hydrant at Gravers Lane and Ardleigh Street. (Photo by Brian Rudnick) by Pete Mazzaccaro Ardleigh Street … more
by Brian Rudnick Ani Peterson, Lilia Mitchell, Jasmine Jain, Hannah Schermer and Kaya O’Neill, all choir members at Springfield Township High School, sang carols outside the Bohemian Pink shop … more
by Brian Rudnick Chestnut Hill resident and Philly sports fan Ed Driscoll laughs as he browses the humorous sports-themed T-shirt rack outside the Serendipity, 8506 Germantown Ave. One with a … more
Words and video by Brian Rudnick Ken Nichols isn’t a real swordfighter, but he could play one on TV. He currently leads a class through the Mount Airy Learning Tree called "Swashbuckling for … more
Police protect a group of religious protestors who had been hurling insults at passersby. They are surrounded by counter protesters holding "Hate Has No Home Here signs." (Photo by Brian Rudnick) by … more
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