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Germantown business leaders launched the shopping season with multiple Small Business Saturday events. more
For William Konstant, 70, a Flourtown resident for the last 36 years, the top item on his bucket list was climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, East Africa. more
Richard Tuttle, a professional musician and retired lawyer who just released the CD single, “Break Someone Else's Heart,” is also an author whose dialogue is often spellbinding. more
You'd never know it from his 25-year career as a professional actor with many accolades that Germantown resident Gregory Isaac did not secure his first theatrical role in a school play because of any acting ability. more
Perhaps it was kismet that a Germantown-based ballet school and company with a mission to bring dance education and performance to students from diverse backgrounds would stage a production that is a travelogue through culture and the arts. more
For more than 30 years, organizers hosted a holiday craft show every December at the Water Tower Recreation Center, connecting dozens of artisans from the Philadelphia area with shoppers. Now it's coming back. more
Stagecrafters kicked off the holiday season with a lush production of "Miss Bennet – Christmas at Pemberley." more
When the pandemic first hit in early 2020, The Frosted Fox Cake Shop followed the city’s mandate and closed its doors – but by June, they were back in business.  more
Somewhere between the third and sixth grade, Mt. Airy resident Nancy Agati decided she might like to be an artist one day. more
About 200 people turned out on Saturday night in support of the Water Tower Recreation Center for an evening of great food, drinks and lively music. more
Quintessence Theatre Group has won Theater Philadelphia’s $25,000 Philadelphia Award for Social Insight, honoring the company for its production of "Flyin' West." more
DICK TRACY MEETS GRUESOME (1947 / 65m) THE BRUTE MAN (1946 / 58m) more
The city Streets Department has begun testing two choices for the new LED streetlights that will be installed across the city and is now offering residents a chance to weigh in on their color. more
The Springfield Township Police Benevolent Association’s adoption of the "thin blue line" flag as their logo is still causing controversy for some township residents. more
You can have a big impact on your neighborhood. The deadline to apply for a free street tree for spring planting is Tuesday, Nov. 22  – a little more than two weeks away. more
The Children's Playground at the Jenks School is turning 25 this year, which means there are local kids now playing where their parents used to.  more
On the heels of an uninvited raccoon that caused damage to the drop ceiling last November, the Chestnut Hill Library is again having maintenance issues that force it to close for an indefinite period. more
Civic leaders and preservationists succeeded in saving the Joseph P. Bolton Store and Residence at 4841 Germantown Ave. from near certain demolition on Thursday. more
Last month, somebody left a package on the back step of Mt. Airy United Fellowship Church that, according to pastor Rev. Joe Williams, “proves there are angels out there.” more
Stan Cutler, a Chestnut Hill resident for 22 years and a Germantown resident for 20 years before that, is known as a stalwart cheerleader for the local library. more
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