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You'd have to read about 50 books and 2,000 Twitter tweets to learn what really happened during the race wars back in Plymouth Colony in the 1620s. Let us save you the trouble by leaving out the nasty bits and concentrating on the warm and fuzzy (where we can). more
If you happen to dine at three of the four White Dog Cafés in the region, you will see huge, spectacular paintings of dogs on the walls. You don't have to be an art maven or even a dog lover to appreciate them. more
There are a myriad of fascinating multi-talented people in Northwest Philadelphia and the adjacent suburbs, but they would be hard-pressed to outdo David Low. more
In the era of Covid, the word “carrier” tends to take on a negative connotation, but when it comes to the term “mail carriers,” Tom and Jen Hasson are just what the doctor ordered for mail customers on their respective routes in Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill. more
Ronald Johnson is candid about his past because he is on a mission to convince other youths with troubled personal histories that they can also turn their lives around.  more
In honor of Dottie Sheffield, the woman who founded both organizations. more
The Outdoor Gardeners awarded Laurel Awards to Patti Wilson and Paula MacRae for their support of the garden club, and Liz Snowdon won the District “Forget- Me-Not Award” for outstanding service since 2002 more
There could not possibly be a more passionate cheerleader for Chestnut Hill than Hillary O'Carroll, owner of Isabella Sparrow. more
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