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It would have been easy for Frances Maguire to get lost in her own life. But she found a way to do much more. more
Spring has arrived, bringing with it the chance for all of us to shake off the damp chill of winter and venture out into the glow of a warming sun.  more
As Troy Bynum was walking along Forbidden Drive, his ears were drawn to the sharp, descending carp of a beautiful bird above the Wissahickon Creek. more
Angelo Cataldi has finally called it quits, even though he didn't get his storybook ending. more
Last fall, after more than 30 years of teaching ceramics classes at Swarthmore College, Syd Carpenter finally retired from academia. more
Less than an hour’s drive from Chestnut Hill lies Doylestown Borough, a beguiling blend of history, art and architecture. more
Ann Nevel, retail advocate for the Chestnut Hill Business Association, insists that she brings no magic powers to the task. more
Are you one of those people who look forward to sleeping in on weekends, knowing you’ll finally get that precious feeling of having gotten enough rest? more
With the holiday season well underway, our winter issue of Wissahickon Magazine is here to help you make the most of it. more
When Matt and Kim Vendeville open Cider Belly, they’ll be bringing more than just Philadelphia’s newest taproom to Chestnut Hill. more
In the archives of the Chestnut Hill Conservancy, there’s a photograph of a towering tree in the snow, its branching trunk as thick and menacing as thunder. more
Herman Dye had been waiting for a music-focused open-mic night to appear in the Glenside area for a while, and just over a year ago he got his wish. more
As the holidays bring worries about choosing gifts, planning meals and scheduling parties, make space for a break, and step back to a quieter time. more
As the weather turns chilly and holidays approach, nothing captures all the homey feels of the season more than a nice baking session. more
Perhaps it was fate that Roberto Rashid felt inspiration course through his shivering body while standing in the cold near the Apollo Theater in Harlem. more
The holiday season can be the most wonderful time of the year, especially in the Wissahickon Valley. more
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