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I am only stating a few differences between public and private schools from my perspective. I could go on about many other differences, but instead, I am asking readers of this article to make observations of their own. more
Support from the William B. Dietrich Foundation made the project possible.   more
Participating shops include Sara Campbell, Bohemian Pink, J.McLaughlin, Jonesy’s Accessories and TC Unlimited, all of which will be offering high quality merchandise within the reach of every budget. more
In Woke Racism, McWhorter takes on quite a few sacred cows, including affirmative action. Needless to say, all of this makes McWhorter a bit of a lightning rod on social media, where he gets pilloried by some and praised by others.  more
It is the rare individual who can walk through an available residence and have the ability to see past an unfortunate layout, outdated kitchen and baths, ghastly wallcoverings and linoleum floors - not to mention paint colors that are reflective of the current owner’s taste.   more
The Chestnut Hill Business Association is bringing back one of its favorite annual events, Chestnut Hill On Ice. The two-day event will take place along Germantown Avenue between Rex and Willow Grove Avenues on Friday, Jan. 28, from 5 to 9 p.m., and Saturday, Jan. 29, from noon to 6 p.m. more
The Tempesta di Mare Chamber Players will field an ensemble of flute, two violins, two violas, cello, lute and harpsichord. more
Yannick Nezet-Seguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra performed the “Piccolo Concerto” of Chestnut Hill native Amanda Harberg, with piccolo player Erica Peel as soloist. more
Germantown Academy ended the brief 2020-21 basketball season with a 68-37 loss to the visiting Academy of Notre Dame. more
The Magic ended the 2021 portion of the season with a record of 2-1 in the Athletic Association of Catholic Academies. more
Most people struggle to understand what, in sum, constitutes a successful life. We all know the standard measures: marrying well; having model children, a prestigious job, lots of (or, at least, enough) money; being honored, toasted, or roasted at a banquet; owning a dream house, car, private jet, wardrobe, jewelry; achieving feats; winning competitions, and so on.   more
On Friday, Jan. 7, Chestnut Hill Hospital Nursing Director Julie Munger walked into work wearing her favorite gray Adidas sneakers. Her workday proceeded like most others until she received a phone … more
According to its current owner, John Mascaro, the property - which lies between the campus of the New Covenant Church of Philadelphia and the now defunct rail line that crosses over Germantown Avenue - sold for $1.8 million.  more
We resolve to eat less food and to exercise, and we resolve to make better meal choices. We resolve to cook with healthier ingredients, and we resolve to make grocery lists that we stick to. more
Both Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy experienced some unusual crime this week, with an overnight burglary at Baker Street Bread and El Poquito Sunday that left the contents of a broken cash register … more
Ringing in the New Year, the Springfield Township Board of Commissioners welcomed its new Board President, Commissioner Eddie Graham, and new Ward 2 Commissioner Susanna Ratsavong, and commended … more
Last Thursday, Chestnut Hill College's undefeated status within the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference faced a stiff challenge as the women of Jefferson University arrived. more
The letter comes in the wake of a dispute between Bass and a group of neighborhood activists who call themselves The Friends for the Restoration of the Germantown YWCA over the future of that building and what developer the PRA should grant the rights to develop it to. more
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