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Chestnut Hill resident Dr. Paul Wallace is a rare medical doctor who makes house calls. more
Christopher Alexander believed that ordinary people, not just trained architects, should have a hand in designing their own houses, neighborhoods and cities. more
Chestnut Hill College’s Annual Reunion Weekend, June 1-4, 2022 will celebrate the retirement of College President Sister Carol Jean Vale, SSJ, PhD., after thirty years of service, with a special beer brewed in her honor. more
The Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill will present the first concert in The Crossing’s 2022 “Month of Moderns” Saturday, June 11, at 7 p.m. more
During her research, Fagerstrom, of Erdenheim, heard lots of women say that they’d developed osteoporosis after treatment for breast cancer. Those conversations led her to design a one-day workshop for women. more
A member of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Sister Roseann is retiring this month after 50 years as a Montessori teacher in Catholic schools, the last 38 of those years as a beloved first, second and third grade teacher at Norwood-Fontbonne Academy. more
Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (SCH) senior Delaney Brody has produced the EpiPhone - an insulated silicone case that attaches to the back of a cell phone to house an epinephrine device. more
Chestnut Hill College celebrated its 95th Annual Commencement ceremony for students in the School of Undergraduate Studies and students in the Accelerated Adult Degree Program on Saturday. more
Candidates plus rules and ways to vote in CHCA election. more
Mt. Airy Learning Tree’s ever-popular annual fundraiser, the Hidden Gardens Tour, is back this year.  more
Northwest Philadelphia’s remarkable treasures of Modern architecture are being celebrated in late May at the annual DOCOMOMO-US conference, this year being held in Philadelphia. more
Piffaro, Philadelphia’s world-acclaimed Renaissance Band, presented its final series of concerts under the direction of its longtime artistic directors Joan Kimball and Robert Wiemken on May 13-15. more
Since 1992, Baker Street Bread Co. and Cafe  has crafted its pillowy, made-from-scratch creations for a hungry audience of residents, restaurants, wholesale customers and catering companies. more
Castellanos, who currently dances with the Charlotte Ballet’s second company (sort of like Triple-A in baseball), has been promoted and will be a full-time paid professional in the North Carolina troupe’s primary company next season.  more
The 65 children brushed the five animals in three separate half-hour sessions, and gave them carrot treats in the playground. more
While outdoor living rooms definitely appeal to potential buyers, they also make life better for current homeowners - so it’s an investment that pays off whether you sell or not.  more
Thursday’s dinner was the first event of an effort to fund components of a Master Plan developed to improve the recreation center and grounds now and in the coming years. more
Almost a quarter into the 21st century, a new problem has entered our lives. People of all ages now find themselves with more personal audiovisual material than ever before - and with so many of … more
It took quite a few years, but Andrea completed the book with help from another daughter, Elizabeth Anne, who grew up and graduated in 2006. more
“Why do we still need libraries now that almost every kid has a virtual Google library in their pocket?”  more
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