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Marrone, who managed nightclubs in Los Angeles and Las Vegas, has “never had to look for work, and I’ve been an entrepreneur all my life.” (Photo by Elizabeth Coady)[/caption] by Elizabeth … more
by Constance Garcia-Barrio A deluge of diaries, memoirs and movies have portrayed life for white people during the Civil War (April, 1861, to April, 1865). However, aside from Harriet Tubman — a … more
Dr. Tatar, whose business is called Merion Park Cheese, generally makes about 20 to 40 pounds a week. He was recently featured in a Channel 29 TV segment. by Len Lear Dr. Emiliano Tatar, a full-time … more
Pie and Plate Café owners Kristen and Kurt Wente are all smiles as they celebrate three years in business in Ambler. (Photo by Barbara Sherf) by Barbara Sherf Who doesn’t like plates of savory … more
Owners Julia and Michael Lin are celebrating the 10th anniversary of their New South Ocean Restaurant in Flourtown, with son, Daniel, 10, and daughter Ava Lin, 5, on a recent busy Sunday night. … more
OpenTable.com, the popular restaurant reservation website, recently revealed the results of their online questionnaire about their respondents’ favorite area restaurants. The fourth top … more
David Jansen, an area resident who previously worked as a chef de cuisine at the posh Four Seasons Hotel, is now the chef/owner of Jansen, the “upscale American contemporary restaurant with world … more
by Jim Harris Now that I’m semi-officially semi-retired (not that I actually ever did anything anyway), I’m watching a lot more TV. One thing that I find very annoying is the “real people, … more
Roxborough resident Oksana Maslova is one of the principal dancers in the Pennsylvania Ballet's upcoming performance of "The Nutcracker." (Photo courtesy of Kara Wexler) by Michael Caruso The … more
by Clark Groome I’d love to report that the Quintessence Theatre Group’s “Oliver!,” Lionel Bart’s magnificent musical take on Charles Dickens’ “Oliver Twist,” is getting a smashing … more
Penn Charter student Lily Mehta is one of many young dancers that will be participating in the Pennsylvania Ballet's upcoming performance of "The Nutcracker." (Photo courtesy of Jennifer Wallington) … more
Colleen Bracken is directing local playwright Michael Hollinger's latest work, "Under the Skin," about emotional and physical scars, through Nov. 24 in Pilling Hall at the First Methodist Church of … more
by Hugh Hunter In her opening remarks, Colleen Bracken confesses to “feeling pummeled by repeated reports of the divisions and difficulties in our country.” But she takes heart in directing … more
Starting on Feb. 12, Andrew Kotylo will be taking over as the director of music at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. (Photo courtesy of Cliff Cutler) by Michael Caruso The search is over! St. Paul’s … more
Lyam David Kilker as Oliver and Jacob Entenman as the Artful Dodger in the Quintessence Theatre Group’s production of “Oliver!” whixh plays through Dec. 23 at the Sedgwick Theater in Mt. Airy. … more
John Barker and Kellie Cooper star in “Sabrina Fair,” a revival of the 1950s’ romantic comedy that made Audrey Hepburn a movie star, now at Allens Lane Theater through Dec 2.[/caption] by Hugh … more
A Christian/Jewish family had their child photographed with a menorah and Christmas tree for the holidays to represent both faith traditions. (Photo by Susannah Conner) by Len Lear Dr. Samuel … more
Storm Large, who spent part of her youth in Spring House, is a musician, actor , playwright, author and former finalist on the CBS-TV show, “Rock Star: Supernova.” She played three shows with … more
Continuing its season of “Five Fridays: Concerts for Community," St. Paul's Episcopal Church held a recital that featured cellist Thomas Mesa (pictured) and pianist Natalia Kazaryan. (Photo … more
Teddy (center) is seen here with Ashford & Simpson in 2007, 25 years after his accident, in a gala concert at the Kimmel Center. Teddy sang three songs at the concert that brought the house … more
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