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The holiday spirit of Santa, Ralphie Parker, Buddy the Elf, and a post-conversion Grinch descends on the Northwest Philadelphia area as neighborhood residents celebrate. more
“Naps as Art” reads a folding sandwich board sign in front of a storefront at 5427 Germantown Avenue, in Germantown. more
Preparing Thanksgiving dinner, whether for two or 20, can be a challenge, especially since it requires cooking a large bird that rarely appears on the table any other night of the year. more
Amanda and Arthur de Bruc brought more than a little bit of France with them when they landed here in Chestnut Hill to open their charming new restaurant, Matines Café, across the street from … more
Shaily Dadiala, who has been teaching Bharatanatyam and other forms of traditional Indian dance in Center City for 16 years, is bringing her class to Mt. Airy Learning Tree for the first time. more
Cataldi, who co-hosts 94.1 WIP’s morning show from 5:30 to 10:30 a.m. weekday mornings and is retiring at the end of the year, may have picked a bad time to leave the sports radio business in Philadelphia. more
Two days after Eliza Callard was born, she was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis and was placed in an incubator for three weeks.  more
Were you the class clown? The life of the party?  Check out the upcoming Mt. Airy Learning Tree classes, “A Gentle, Fun Guide to Doing Stand-Up Comedy.” more
Brian Reisman never thought his business would last 20 years when he opened Hideaway Music Store. more
It’s the fall season, when a chill in the air means Halloween for some and less ghoulish events for others. more
The new student lending library at Jenks was officially unveiled on Oct. 13. more
Why does art matter? It’s a question that has given philosophers and artists food for thought for centuries.  It's also been a leading question in many schools. more
Frank X., the Barrymore Award winner now starring in Eugene Ionesco's “The Chairs,” says the playwright knew exactly what he was doing when he created the two roles.   more
In talking about her new novel, “Her Past Can't Wait,” which was released Sept. 13, Jacqueline Boulden was animated and passionate. more
Most city people usually think of a weekend getaway as a reason to take a car trip. Or you can stay in a tiny house in Germantown. more
The remnants of Hurricane Ida brought dramatic flooding last year to several Philly neighborhoods. more
When people are asked about their favorite season, I always tend to hear fall as a quick reply. more
Behind the scenes of Occasionette, the newest gift shop on the Hill, Stephen Megargee performs all the duties of an efficient store manager. more
This month, two local Jewish groups are celebrating the ancient Jewish festival of Sukkot in a big way. more
While manning the Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s booth at Fall for the Arts this past Sunday, numerous people stopped by to share their thoughts on our own historic community. more
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