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Mt. Airy residents Cliff Wagner and Ann Mintz relax with rescued animals (from left) Pearl the cat and dogs Roxy, Alex and Clancy, as Nina the cat watches from atop the sofa. (Photo by Barbara … more
Garchinsky will appear at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, at Mt. Airy Nexus, 520 Carpenter Lane, as part of the Mt. Airy Kids’ Literary Festival.[/caption] by Len Lear An animal lover, adult or … more
The Mt. Airy Senior American Legion baseball team will hold continued tryouts over the next two weekends. The Senior Legion team is open to players ages 16-19 (birth years 2000-2003) and competes in … more
Mt. Airy resident Amy Ignatow, a great illustrator of children’s books, will appear at the Mt. Airy Kids’ Literary Festival on Saturday April 27, 1 p.m., at Big Blue Marble Bookstore, 551 … more
D. J. Gleason is The Fool, and Robert Jason Jackson is King Lear in the Quintessence version of the legendary Shakespeare tragedy. by Rita Charleston An aging king creates a succession plan that … more
Mt. Airy resident and City Commissioner candidate Carla Cain at a recent petition drive. (Photo courtesy of the Cain campaign) by Elizabeth Coady When she was a little girl, Carla Cain remembers her … more
Forstater is seen here in 1975 with Graham Chapman, one of the six members of the British surreal comedy group Monty Python. Chapman died of tonsil cancer in 1989 at the age of 48. by Len Lear PART … more
“Love and Bananas,” a documentary about the plight of endangered elephants in Africa, is one of the films that will be shown at the third Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival this weekend in … more
The original 2005 Broadway production of “Spamalot,” which was at the heart of Forstater’s lawsuit, was directed by Mike Nichols. It won three Tony Awards, including the Tony Award for Best … more
D. J. Gleason is The Fool, and Robert Jason Jackson is King Lear in the Quintessence version of the legendary Shakespeare tragedy. by Hugh Hunter Trying to stage the sprawling grandeur of King Lear … more
Mt. Airy resident Koron English (second from the left), banked a 3-point shot before the buzzer at last week’s Hoops Madness event to win free braces (valued at $5,000) for his son from Top of the … more
Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, PhD, is coming to Mt. Airy Nexus on Saturday, March 23, 7:45 to 10 p.m., to discuss her new book, “Wounds into Wisdom: Healing Intergenerational Jewish Trauma.”[/caption] … more
Officer Henry Simmons by Peter Elliott On Friday, March 15, Henry Simmons, 57, worked his last day for the 14th Police District of the Philadelphia Police Department. A longtime Philadelphia … more
Jeannie Brown, of West Mt. Airy, adopted Maya from Vietnam when she was three months old. Now Maya is going back to Vietnam to teach English and possibly look for her biological mother . (Photo by … more
West Mt. Airy resident Jessica Graaf, co-founder of Philly Bully Team (with husband, Marvin), is seen with her sweet new rescue pit bull pup, Winnie. (Photo by Len Lear) by Len Lear Pit bulls arouse … more
The Rev. Beverly Dale, an ordained minister from Mt. Airy, has co-authored a book for psychotherapists and pastoral counselors to help their clients reconcile their Christian faith with a desire for … more
Leah Hawkins' favorite role was playing Julia Child in Lee Hoiby's “Bon Appétit,” a one-woman show in which an episode of Julia Child's TV cooking show is set to music. She actually had to bake … more
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