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Marge Sexton couldn’t imagine how she would survive after her 47-year-old son Ron committed suicide in 2015. more
“The Way In; What a Hospice Chaplain Learned Living with Parkinson's, in Poetry and Prose”  is a courageous, brutally candid revelation of Robinson’s own periodic rages. more
The late comic Rodney Dangerfield used to say, “I'm getting so old that I could not blow out all of the candles on my latest birthday cake. The heat drove me back.” more
Three local authors, one from Chestnut Hill and two from Mt. Airy, will discuss their books at a signing event on Thursday, July 28, 6 p.m., at Hilltop Books, 84 Bethlehem Pike. more
Mt. Airy residents Doug Hirlinger and his wife, Keisha Hutchins Hirlinger are both musicians, but have not played together much - until now. more
Act II Playhouse’s latest production is a tribute to Ethel Merman and Mary Martin,  the equivalent of royalty on the Great White Way. more
My Weight Loss and Lifestyle Support Group will meet monthly, the 3rd Wednesday of every month. more
Lots of people enjoy Wissahickon Park and visit it often, but James Charnock is probably more enthusiastic than any other user of the park that traverses parts of Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy. more
"NBC Nightly News" reports on Good Samaritan barber in Germantown. more
Chestnut Hill resident Noah Raven, whose last name already suggests a proclivity to help preserve wildlife, has started an initiative to save monarch butterflies. more
You might not think that a book about walking would be a page-turner, but a new book proves that any subject can be fascinating if it is told in a compelling way. more
Castellanos, who currently dances with the Charlotte Ballet’s second company (sort of like Triple-A in baseball), has been promoted and will be a full-time paid professional in the North Carolina troupe’s primary company next season.  more
The 65 children brushed the five animals in three separate half-hour sessions, and gave them carrot treats in the playground. more
Thursday’s dinner was the first event of an effort to fund components of a Master Plan developed to improve the recreation center and grounds now and in the coming years. more
Almost a quarter into the 21st century, a new problem has entered our lives. People of all ages now find themselves with more personal audiovisual material than ever before - and with so many of … more
“Why do we still need libraries now that almost every kid has a virtual Google library in their pocket?”  more
Frazier was a member of the United States Naval Academy Drum and Bugle Corps and the Yard Patrol Squadron, where he served as Commodore and a member of the Brigade leadership.  more
“This is what we have been predicting,” said Kolbert, who is the lawyer who successfully argued to protect that right before the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1992 landmark case Planned Parenthood v. Casey. more
Every single one of the 360 pages was a treasure and epiphany for me.  more
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