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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
William Teodecki may have a painful hip, but nothing can keep him from painting or creating collages every day. more
When Mariangela Saavedra, director of Center on the Hill, saw the film, she immediately brought it to the center. more
Every New Year's Day, my first thoughts automatically shift to Roberto Clemente. more
Let’s be honest: Sometimes gift-giving can be as much about obligation as it can be about generosity and genuine affection.  more
The New Year promises exciting innovation in technology along with renewed attention to sustainability and well-being. more
Home mixologists and health-conscious drinkers are rediscovering a long-forgotten colonial cocktail ingredient, the shrub. more
A popular art and design holiday market comes to Chestnut Hill with the return of PhilaMRKT this Saturday, Dec. 16. more
The holiday season is a perfect time for artisanal treats and crafts, and homemade presents can be especially charming. more
Chestnut Hill will be the site of an immersive Hanukkah experience starting Tuesday at the community’s annual menorah lighting ceremony. more
On a normal morning, Jenks Dads on Duty (JDOD) can be seen helping students cross the busy street and providing words of encouragement. more
If you were walking down Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill recently, you just might have seen Trevor Wade Thomas and his easel. more
We tend to associate the word “archaeology” with remote locations. Rebecca Yamin digs into Philadelphia. more
George Boudreau is the newly named executive director at Ebenezer Maxwell Victorian Mansion. more
After hanging up the headphones in February, former WIP host and current Chestnut Hill resident Angelo Cataldi is back with a new book. more
One of Chestnut Hill’s most popular traditions is back again this year, after a three-year hiatus due to Covid.  more
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