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Just like pumpkin spice lattes, fall brings Tree Tenders’ fall planting to Chestnut Hill. On Nov. 18, the group will be planting 28 new trees in our neighborhood. more
At Frances M. Maguire Hall, Woodmere’s unchanged, ongoing commitment to preserving one of the property’s great assets -- its mature estate trees -- continues. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s Night of Lights, conceived six years ago to bring the neighborhood's rich history to Germantown Avenue, starts Friday, Oct. 6. more
Chestnut Hill's 38th annual Fall for the Arts Festival returns on Sunday, Oct. 8 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., closing Germantown Avenue from Rex Avenue to Willow Grove Avenue. more
Char & Stave, the local roastery and café-by-day, cocktail bar-by-night, from Bluebird Distilling founder Jared Adkins, has opened in Chestnut Hill. more
For Gralin and Sara Zia Ebrahimi Hughes, the Multiverse is more than a backdrop for the escapades of Marvel and DC superheroes. It’s a welcoming space for fans and creators. more
It is no secret in the local arts community that Mt. Airy resident Jessica Gorlin Liddell is a spectacularly talented mosaic artist. more
Lee Locklear feels right at home in Mt. Airy. more
The Mt Airy Art Garage (MAAG) is holding its annual MAAG Rocks Art Festival on Oct. 7 on the 7000 block of Germantown Avenue. more
Imperfect Gallery’s 11th annual “WTF” Germantown show is back with yet another diverse art exhibit. more
Alice Lesnick, who lives in Erdenheim, took a different path. She spent most of her life as an academic and did not begin painting until age 50. more
C.W. Henry School was put into lockdown on Thursday after a woman walking about a block from the school was robbed at gunpoint. more
Magistrate Judge Kate McGill presented a report of the events of last year; bag ordinance amended. more
For the week of Sept. 25  more
Since 2017, Uncle Bobbie’s in Germantown has been a self-described place for “cool people, dope books and great coffee.” more
During the worrying days of a pandemic, the Rev. Ethelyn Taylor leaned into the uncertain space between the here and the not yet. more
World War II veteran Benjamin Berry is beginning to feel like a celebrity, and no one is more deserving. more
Depressed that daylight is ending sooner and winter is nigh?  Just in time, the Chestnut Hill Conservancy is hosting its annual and beloved Night of Lights festival. more
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