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In a celebration of cross-cultural solidarity, the Commodore Barry Club is set to screen "Frederick Douglass and the White Negro." more
Money may not grow on trees, but maple syrup certainly does – in specific trees, to be exact.  more
Editor’s note: Chestnut Hill’s beloved CHillie the Polar Bear is back on the Avenue, set for her unveiling on Saturday. more
Editor’s note: A Vintage View showcases senior reporter Len Lear, who has been reporting in Northwest Philadelphia for more than 50 years.  more
Hoping to receive a valentine? This year, Chestnut Hill would like to send you one. more
The Super Bowl is approaching, and we have an area resident competing for a championship. more
Who takes college classes in the middle of the night? The answer: Maksym Burych, forced to flee Ukraine. more
One of the best things about this job is meeting fascinating, creative people who have come to Chestnut Hill from around the world. more
The award-winning dance troupe will hold a recruiting event on Sunday, Jan. 28, at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill. more
If anyone writes a book on the history of Chestnut Hill, Jim Ranck will have his own chapter. more
SCH student collects new and “gently used” equipment, sells it at an 80 percent discount, and donates the proceeds. more
An exhibit of Walk Around Philadelphia will be displayed at Cedar House Cafe. more
After 41 years of practicing law, musician and novelist Richard Tuttle has taken up a new job. more
I just finished reading a book about mob boss John Gotti. It reminded me of arguably the most bizarre experience I ever had in all of my 57 years as a reporter.  more
It's hard for nonprofits to attract essential volunteers, when they cannot offer salaries or benefits like paid vacation, sick days and health care. more
Curtis W. Sisco, Sr was "handsome enough to model his own clothes." more
Fourth grader Kayleigh Howard of Chestnut Hill heard about an after-school program called Girls on the Run. Her mother took it from there. more
Cherese Akers works to raise awareness about losing a baby. more
The Philadelphia Historical Commission has added a section of Germantown’s ACES Veterans Museum to its list of historic places. more
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