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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
Recognizing that for most middle class Americans, home ownership is a primary source of wealth and stability, the congregation is focused on making sure their immediate Black neighbors are able to keep and maintain their properties.  more
The Gravers Lane train station, the first building in Chestnut Hill to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places, was in grave danger when the Historical Society took it on. more
If you really care about keeping it, now’s the time to ask an expert.  more
It opened late in 2015 at 726 Bethlehem Pike in Flourtown and is as focused as a guided missile. more
Deciding how to frame each work of art and where to hang it is an art in itself, which explains why Chestnut Hill has more than one fine art gallery and custom frame shop.  more
Every single one of the 360 pages was a treasure and epiphany for me.  more
What most people probably don't know is that the Derby was originally dominated by Black jockeys when it was first launched in 1875, the height of the Victorian era. more
Schermer said she was incredibly nervous about performing after so many years of not having picked up her instrument. more
The Chestnut Hill Home & Garden Festival was back in full swing on Sunday, after two years of pandemic dreariness. more
About two dozen volunteers showed up in force on Arbor Day, April 29 to tend to some of Chestnut Hill’s most beloved trees. more
Northwest Philadelphia is blessed with a number of surviving examples of Furness's work and they are well worth exploring. more
Taylor has sought to do the same not only through his art, but in his everyday life. more
I had spent days preparing, gathering items I knew would be appreciated in Bududa, including secondhand clothes, inexpensive reading glasses, shoes, fabric for the girls in the tailoring class, first-aid supplies, used phones and a few precious second hand laptops. Most importantly, I needed a visa and a negative PCR test. more
Are you hoping to follow your personal star this year and not get pulled deeper into the muck of modern American culture? Are you hoping to live a more authentic life? Wanting to express yourself by … more
Carmen, a 14-year old therapy dog, is a sato, which is Puerto Rican slang for a mixed-breed stray dog. She was found on “Dead Dog Beach” on the southeastern shore of Puerto Rico. more
Petunia is a young active, curious, sweet, loving “dilute tabico” lap-cat who would love a home for the holidays. She follows her human around, gets along with other cats, is very Tidy and is not a fussy eater. She is tested and totally vetted. more
The new SugarLoaf Campus entrance meant temporarily clearing the hillside at Germantown and Hillcrest Avenues. But it's been carefully planned, with new landscaping and stormwater measures on the way. more
n 2021 the Friends of Pastorius Park embarked upon an ambitious plan to restore the plantings and vistas of Pastorius Park. We did so with the goal of not only preserving Frederick Peck’s original Olmsted-inspired Pastorius design, but also to expand the diversity and resilience of the park’s trees and shrubs for the future. more
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