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The long days of winter are on their way, so our winter issue brings you plenty of ideas for celebrating the season right here at home, in our region. more
During much of the late 1800s, it wasn’t the creek that had tourists and day-tripping residents traveling to the shores of the Wissahickon.  more
Repetitive winter fitness routines can be boring. Your mind may wander. That doesn’t happen at the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts. more
During the pandemic, like many people, Germantown artist Kiki Gaffney spent more time outdoors. It brought her both peace and inspiration. more
Nothing beats the experience of shopping for holiday gifts where you can touch and feel each object and learn about the artist who created it. more
When it comes to ways you can celebrate yuletide festivities, the Delaware Valley presents an embarrassment of riches. more
When Dan Macey first saw the listing for Louis Kahn’s iconic Margaret Esherick House, he set up a tour just to see it -- not buy it. more
Autumn, "that season of mists and mellow fruitfulness," is once again upon us - and Wissahickon Magazine is here to help you make the most of it. more
When the world didn’t quite live up to her expectations, artist Barbara Bullock, the little girl from Philly, imagined a different one. more
As anyone who loves fly fishing can tell you, it’s a sport that requires skill, artistry and focus.  It can also steal your heart. more
"Philadelphia Trees," the newly reprinted field guide to the trees of the Philadelphia region, arrives at an opportune time. more
The good news is that a new chapter is being written for Lynnewood Hall. The not-as-good news is that it will cost almost $100 million. more
Once the barren remains of the New Jersey State Fairgrounds, today it is a spectacular bouquet of natural and artistic treasures. more
Where Butler and Skippack pikes meet in Blue Bell, a long fence follows the road and stretches into the distance. more
Summer, with all its warmth, has returned to bring us the predictable but somehow always surprisingly joyful display of blooming color. more
On a cool, cloudy morning, dozens of bees instantly swirled up from the open hive, surrounding beekeeper Dave Harrod. more
If you want to get lost in a verdant labyrinth of plant life so charming and magical you may never want to come home, you don’t have to go very far. more
The frenzy of 35,000 people did not emanate from a gymnastics or basketball championship. more
Dan Levine learned early that particular pleasure that comes with the snap of a sail as it unfurls to catch a big gust of air. more
Visitors to the Woodmere’s annual juried exhibition might be tempted to ask: What do these artworks have in common? more
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