Mt. Airy/Germantown
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After over 20 years in Chestnut Hill and several more in West Mt. Airy, you'd think I would have learned my lesson. No other part of the city can compete with the Northwest. more
While it started as a hobby, Erica Johnson’s love for plants quickly became a reminder to care for herself and to heal during the stress and chaos of Covid-19. more
Grumblethorpe offers opportunities for young people to get involved with programs that local schools can participate in. more
After taking a hiatus due to the pandemic, Mt. Airy Learning Tree is coming back strong this Fall with a course catalog filled with over 275 classes. Most of the classes will take place in-person, … more
Cresheim Village Neighbors has been awarded by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations for outstanding work, and by the Philadelphia Police Department for their involvement with neighborhood issues, according to Coordinator Stroiman. more
The Germantown Espresso Bar reopened June 21st with outdoor seating and indoor ordering for the first time since November of 2020. more
“Miss Lillian” Clark, was inspired to create her latest labor of love by her granddaughter, Alleya. The idea for an Alzheimer's book geared to children continued to percolate until she finally finished “I Am Not Myself.” more
The community support for the Mt. Airy Art Garage resulted in a quick resolution to a night of vandalism. A few weeks ago, the Pride and Black Lives Matter flags had been ripped down from the … more
On Sept. 13 Dr. Pappas will join the staff as a pediatrician at Mt. Airy Pediatrics. more
In March of 1987, I was a 22-year-old Peace Corps trainee, recently arrived in Thiès, Senegal. West Africa, where I planned to spend the next two years. Over the next two decades, Oumar and I always managed to see each other every few years. I more
West Mt Airy Neighbors (WMAN) announced a new slate of Board members led by newly elected Board President, Steve Kendall. Seven of the 12 board members are new. more
When Arleen Olshan arrived at the Mt. Airy Art Garage to open last Sunday, she discovered the Pride and Black Lives Matter flags had been ripped down from the front of the building. One flag holder was torn out of the wood, and the other held on by one bent screw. The flags were laying on the ground. This followed an incident a few weeks earlier when their BLM flag was stolen. more
Raymond B. Webster, 88, and Nina Heverin-Alvarado, 13, got to know each other at church. Then she decided she wanted to write about him. more
We Still Here!  is by artist Jetsonorama featuring Philadelphia poet Ursula Rucker and her work. more
Since 2006 many area photo buffs have taken classes at Mt. Airy Learning Tree with instructor and author Nicki Toizer. Many have also refined their skills thanks to Toizer's book, “Digital Photography Basics.” more
A task force of the West Central Germantown Neighbors is preparing a report that will provide feedback to the city on what zoning decisions WCGN feels will be most beneficial to the residents here. more
The entire Central Mount Airy Commercial Historic District will be the subject of the six-week long opportunity for residents to learn about the recommended zoning changes and make comments and suggestions about any future changes. more
Ruth Joray was the children's art teacher for 20 years at Woodmere Art Museum. Her work there eventually helped lead to the creation of the museum's Children's Gallery. more
There is an orchestra full of outstanding musicians in our area, but when it comes to the respect of fellow music-makers and critics, flutist and saxophonist Lynn Riley is right at the top of the mountain. more
Kielinski Photography in Germantown is a husband-and-wife team whose work seems born of an ability to coax their own hearts, and that of their subjects, into the picture. more
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