133 results total, viewing 121 - 133
Barbara Story, who has lived in a variety of homes in Chestnut Hill and Fort Washington and who moved 10 times in 12 years (“If you really want me to recount each home, it will take some … more
The Chestnut Hill Business District will present the second “Chestnut Hill: Fashion’s Night In” on Thursday, October 15 at 7 p.m. The 45-minute virtual fashion show will be hosted … more
Despite the pandemic and uncertain economic times, Chestnut Hill has a new jewelry store in 8600 block of Germantown Avenue aptly named Kathie Provost Design + Jewelry. “It’s been a … more
Beginning Friday October 2, restaurants in Philadelphia can increase indoor dining capacity to 50% from 25%. The decision is the most recent example of scaled back COVID-19 safety restrictions and … more
His customers would no doubt all agree that Willie Alston, 68, has a lot of sole. “Mr. Willie,” as his customers call him, has been the co-owner (along with Naeem Iddeen) of Ace Shoe … more
I have been so fortunate over the years to meet dozens of immigrant families who own restaurants in the Philadelphia area, people who came to this “land of opportunity” because they could … more
While most kids who are not able to attend in-person school classes because of the pandemic are no doubt frustrated and upset at the forced isolation, one 12-year-old Germantown resident has been … more
  The Chestnut Hill location of Perfect Stitch has proven to be a great spot.   “I have been busy since the day I moved into the store,” said owner Bruce Levin, who … more
Despite a downturn in business at women’s boutique Scarlet Begonias in the small row of shops in Flourtown, owner Karen Phelps, 63, is optimistic about business coming back. Phelps is drawing … more
After being forced to shut down for almost five months, Mika’il Abdul-Karim, 50, was allowed to open his gym, Diverse Body Sculpturing, Inc., 7224 Germantown Ave., on Aug. 10. by Len Lear Mika’il … more
The Mt. Airy resident is the founder of The Social Impact Cafe at 6620 Germantown Ave., a location she shares with Mount Airy Groceries to provide children in need with snack boxes of healthy food in … more
Walter Hudson (left), 87, owner of Walt's Bike & Barber Shop at 5128 Germantown Ave. for 34 years, is in no rush to retire, but when he does retire, Walt Jr. (right) will take over the reins. by Erin … more
Barry Blum, a lifelong Wyndmoor resident, is the third generation of his family to own and operate Blum's Antiques, which started in center city 90 years ago but has been at 45 E. Chestnut Hill Ave. … more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 2 years.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.