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Indoor dining is finally underway on the Hill, and restaurants are honing their service, sanitation and seating to make the experience a success this winter. more
For decades, Katie D’Angelo and Mt. Airy native Valerie Harrison, who both work at Temple University and both have doctorate degrees (Harrison is also a lawyer), engaged in conversations about race and racism. more
Perspective is everything, and no one knows this more than Mt. Airy architect Joel Levinson, who recently launched the Daring Diagonality Virtual Museum, the first museum dedicated to Diagonality. more
Despite its being an enjoyable genre, a lot of people have burned out on reading True Crime books. more
Stephen Tow is a brilliant writer and researcher, but his timing is world-class unlucky. Tow is the author of “London, Reign Over Me: How England's Capital Built Classic Rock” (Rowman & Littlefield), which chronicles the rock music from the British Isles in the 1960s and early '70s. more
After a hiatus for the Christmas/New Year holidays, the Philadelphia Orchestra returned to its virtual 2020-21 season with a concert highlighting the talents of its newly appointed principal oboe, Philippe Tondre. more
Last week my wife and I were sitting in the waiting room of Mt. Airy Family Practice when I could not help but notice a series of beautiful paintings of birds on the wall that were for sale. more
Chestnut Hill's multi-talented French-Canadian chanteuse Lucie Daigle, a virtual local legend, is the only local musician I have interviewed since last March who has actually been performing live semi-regularly during the pandemic. more
Piffaro, Philadelphia Renaissance Band, continued its “virtual” 2020-21 season of entertaining historic concerts Jan. 5-12 with “Music for Twelfth Night.” more
The beginning of a new year is a time to reflect on the past year in order to move forward more thoughtfully. At Woodmere, this is always the agenda for our first staff meeting in January. more
This is typically the time of year I start to count the days until spring. Just when I think it can’t get any colder, a polar vortex is here, with plans to stick around for weeks. more
How many nerdy young men have felt insecure looking in a mirror, envying the handsome, muscular star athletes who seem to effortlessly wind up with the beautiful, popular and most desirable cheerleaders, prom queens, etc.? The answer: Millions! more
Fiammetta Hsieh Rubin, who has been living in Chestnut Hill for 47 years, was born in Rome in 1936. She was raised seven miles outside of Rome on the ancient Appian Way, one of southern Europe's … more
You never know where interesting stories will come from. I recently Googled the name Nick D'Angelo, an artist from upper Roxborough whom I wanted to know more about after learning about him. more
I would never claim to be a jazz aficionado, but I do listen to many genres of music, depending on my mood, and I was blown away this week when I happened to listen to “Piano Arrangements,” a 2018  jazz CD by Mt. Airy pianist Lou Walinsky. more
The Springfield Township Historical Society will present guest speaker Nancy Moses, author of “Fakes, Forgeries and Frauds.” more
How long does it take to walk down the aisle? In this case, half a decade. Or, as the old joke says, "Marriage is a three-ring circus: engagement ring, wedding ring, suffer-ing." more
Simone Zelitch, a Mt. Airy professor and author of six books, and author Max Gross will discuss their works by Zoom on Monday, Jan. 25, 7 p.m. more
The year 2021 may just be the perfect storm for a restaurant revolution, an experimental food frenzy unlike any we‘ve ever seen. more
I happened on John Kaag's "American Philosophy: A Love Story" back in 2016 and immediately became a fan of this young philosophy professor. more
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