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The second annual Jabali Jungle event in Germantown celebrated plant and flower shops, and urban farms owned by people of color. more
Days before fire ripped through the historic Hiram Lodge on Germantown Avenue last week, local artist Judy McCabe Jarvis had just captured the building in paint. It was a lucky accident, she said. more
The legendary American “Jazz Age” author F. Scott Fitzgerald famously wrote, “There are no second acts in American lives.” Fitzgerald did not know Harry Groome. more
A few weeks ago, I read an article that reviewed the New York Drawing Center exhibition entitled “The Clamor of Ornament.” It got me thinking about the appearance of interiors and their associated hallmarks. more
Close on the heels of their groundbreaking “Month of Moderns,” Donald Nally and The Crossing returned to the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill. more
This summer, Norwood-Fontbonne Academy and Chestnut Hill College formalized a longstanding agreement between the two institutions and established a partnership. more
Heather Gray is a sweet and soft-spoken Chestnut Hill resident who left her job in June as the Chestnut Hill Community Association's director of marketing and communications to work for Comcast. more
I have had the good fortune to interview many authors over the years, but until I met Otto Reichert-Facilides last week, I had never met one who has been working on their book for almost 80 years. more
Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia’s internationally acclaimed, baroque-period instruments orchestra, has announced its 2022-23 season. more
Germantown is home to the first Philadelphia-area Boys’ Club, built in 1898.  more
We first learned about Arthur Cavaliere 10 years ago after the Roxborough native and 1998 Central High School graduate opened In Riva restaurant at 4116 Ridge Ave. with business partner Mark Sherman. more
And just like that, another summer is coming to an end and back to school excitement is gearing up!  more
Even with 70 being the new 50, many seniors experienced a setback in their energy level as a result of the pandemic. more
Romona Mercer never attended culinary school or enrolled in cooking classes, but today the Mt. Airy resident is head baker and CEO of her own company, Aunt Verlea's Pound Cake Experience. more
In one of the most encouraging signs that the world of the performing arts is returning to its old pre-pandemic self, Philadelphia’s Academy of Vocal Arts has announced a full season. more
Anyone who is older than about 60 would certainly be familiar with the performers Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis Jr., Liza Minnelli and Diana Ross. more
A pandemic-inspired surge in entrepreneurship bubbling on Germantown Avenue has led to the opening of, not one, but two quilting shops on Mt. Airy’s main commercial strip.  more
In a summer marked by the return of pre-pandemic festivities, the Go Mt. Airy Supper Sessions are set to transform the community’s busy commercial strip. more
Marge Sexton couldn’t imagine how she would survive after her 47-year-old son Ron committed suicide in 2015. more
“The Way In; What a Hospice Chaplain Learned Living with Parkinson's, in Poetry and Prose”  is a courageous, brutally candid revelation of Robinson’s own periodic rages. more
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