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There is a tinge of sadness in "Together Off-Broadway: Merman & Martin" now running at the Act II Playhouse. more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association’s Pastorius Park Summer Concerts series will conclude July 27 at 7:30 p.m. with a performance by The Ulysses Quartet. more
Chestnut Hill is rolling out the red carpet for the return of Royal Rummage, a spectacular sidewalk sale, Thursday, July 28 through Saturday, July 30. more
Visiting friends at their vacation homes is a summer ritual that comes with its own etiquette.  more
My Weight Loss and Lifestyle Support Group will meet monthly, the 3rd Wednesday of every month. more
More than 100 five- to 15-year-olds from Mt. Airy to Willow Grove turned up at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy last week for the school’s 5th annual youth football camp. more
Springfield Township Commissioners Eddie Graham, Susanna Ratsavong, Michael Maxwell and Jonathan Cobb constituted a quorum for the July workshop and business meetings in the absence of Commissioners … more
Windows are an integral part of any piece of architecture. more
Now that the warmer weather is here to stay for a few months, it is a perfect time to go outside with the whole family. more
When Meghan Cary’s fiance Matthew Black died, she was only 26 years old and she could barely play guitar. more
Fortunately, it’s not too late to find the perfect summer dress on the Hill. more
If you have not yet managed to make it to one of the Chestnut Hill Community Association’s Pastorius Park Summer Concert Series, you might very well want to put that on your bucket list for the summer.  more
Here are nine things you might want to try. more
Chestnut Hill resident Noah Raven, whose last name already suggests a proclivity to help preserve wildlife, has started an initiative to save monarch butterflies. more
You could say that the mission of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Whitemarsh, one of the oldest in the nation at 324 years old, is saving a lot more than souls.  more
Area graduates brimmed with optimism and gratitude to parents and teachers, though they addressed issues such as COVID, social unrest and war. more
Chestnut Hill doesn't quite have its own version of Jewelers’ Row, but once you reach the hub of the Northwest Philadelphia shopping district, there’s a jeweler for every block. more
Every so often I come across a feature or see a documentary with the topic about the importance of an original, intact, historic building interior.  more
According to clinical psychologist Alyson Nerenberg, an addictions and relationship expert who has long had an office in Chestnut Hill, many of us enter into relationships with unrealistic expectations - which can lead to crushing disappointment.  more
Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, closed out its 20th anniversary season with a concert that is now available online through July 19. more
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