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The Co-op has signed a lease for 328 W Chelten Avenue at the corner of Chelten Avenue and Morris Street, in the section of the neighborhood known as West Chelten. It expects to open the new store next summer. more
David Contosta, professor of history at Chestnut Hill College and prolific interpreter of modern America, has turned his pen to memoir and subtly bridged the genres.  more
Deciding how to frame each work of art and where to hang it is an art in itself, which explains why Chestnut Hill has more than one fine art gallery and custom frame shop.  more
Now, after 20 years of honing his craft in many fine restaurants, Hosey is using his skills to encourage others to make vegan or vegetarian choices. more
After more than a two-year break due to the pandemic, flying trapeze at the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts returns on grand opening weekends, May 6-May 8th and May 13-15th.  Adults and … more
His new position at the Mt. Airy CDC, which he started in March, has the same title as his old one: executive director. But this time around, he’ll have a different set of responsibilities.   more
You can already find their products on the shelves at Weavers Way, Evergreen Cheese, Captain Andy's and Flourtown Coffee.  more
Nationally, about 18 percent of people over the age of 40 request green burial services or products. more
Bohemian Pink and Threadwell recycled more than 500 pounds of clear plastic over the last 30 days, earning a free Trex bench as part of the Trex Recycling Challenge. “We are starting a new … more
Growing up in Roxborough, James earned a degree in Fashion Design at the Art Institute of Philadelphia. more
Brown, who opened Duke Barber eight years ago, offers what he calls “classic traditions in a modern world” to a customer base that includes women as well as men. more
If you are a fan of the television shows “Downton Abbey'' or “Bridgerton,” you know that an afternoon English tea is more than a hot beverage. It is a sumptuous indulgence steeped in tradition, dating back to the seventh Duchess of Bedford. more
The business began with a bang, since area residents no longer had to trudge into Center City for exquisite French cuisine, not to mention the train station's ample free parking. more
The couple holds classes at several locations in Northwest Philadelphia, including Summit Presbyterian Church in Mt. Airy. Classes are primarily outdoors. more
When Liz Sytsma opened the Wild Hand yarn shop in Mt. Airy, her goal wasn’t to serve only craftspeople and artisans. She planned to serve the entire community. more
It’s been just over four years that The Movement Philly has been selling its unique line of clothing on Germantown Avenue right in the heart of Mt. Airy’s central business district. more
Christa Barfield had no more desire to be a farmer when she was growing up than she did to be a coal miner.  more
COVID hit just as the industry was gaining steam, forcing new business owners to adapt in ways that industry experts say are likely to stick.  more
“I first came to Philadelphia with a boyfriend and I immediately fell in love with the city’s architecture,” Jett-Lim said. “I wandered around Center City charmed by the Art Museum area and I attended concerts at Curtis Institute.” more
Five of the 16 new businesses that have opened in Chestnut Hill since the pandemic began are Black-owned and in Mt. Airy, a similar corps of new enterprises have also set up shop.  more
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