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Hill Company wins national Apollo Award

The Hill Company was recently named the winner of the 2015 Apollo Award, a yearly accolade which honors the most outstanding casual furnishing retailer within the country. The Apollo Award, which was presented by the International Casual Furniture Retail Association, acknowledges innovative merchandising, outstanding customer service and the overall operations of casual furniture retailers. The […]

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PC loses a roller-coaster game to Lawrenceville on late touchdown

by Jonathan Vander Lugt There were three different football teams on the field last Saturday afternoon at the South Philly Supersite. No, it wasn’t some kind of experimental future-football against more than one opponent. Nor was it that Penn Charter was playing Lawrenceville School with another team waiting for the field’s use. With those options […]

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OMC students the Bischoff brothers, Ben, Jake and Zach, show off their blue ribbons.

OMC named a Blue Ribbon School by U.S. Education Dept.

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan announced that Our Mother of Consolation Parish School (OMC) has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education as a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence for 2015 based on the school’s overall academic excellence. The school will be honored at a formal ceremony in Washington, D.C. on Nov. […]

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Social Voyeurs, Chestnut Hill faves in the 1980s — Mark Newman (from left), bass and vocals; Bob Sobel, lead vocals and keyboards; Bob Nolen, drums and vocals, and Keith Atkinson, guitar and vocals — are ready to rock the house in their reunion gig Sunday, Oct. 4, at Alma Mater in Mt. Airy.

Hill favorites, Social Voyeurs, are back for reunion concert

by Rich McIlhenny If you grew up in Chestnut Hill, Mt Airy or the surrounding suburbs in the mid 1980’s, chances are you spent some time at the famed Depot Restaurant, where Starbucks is currently located at 8515 Germantown Ave. On weekend nights, the downstairs bar was packed with locals being served by the best bartender there ever was, Billy Picarello. […]

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The pope approaches. (Photo by Angela Sanders)

Commentary: A weekend with Pope Francis

by Angela Sanders People from all over the United States lined the streets of Philadelphia, pressing against the silver barricades to get a better view. Some, who arrived much earlier than my family and I, camped out on the ground playing cards. Small children slept in their strollers, and tired fathers sat on the ground, […]

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“Watership Down”

‘Watership Down’ next for Film Goup

“Tuesday Night at the Movies” continues on Oct. 13 with the 1978 landmark British animated film “Watership Down.” The film is an adaptation of Richard Adams’s classic allegory in which a band of rabbits seek to establish a new colony free of tyranny. Voice talents include John Hurt, Nigel Hawthorne and Zero Mostel. Although animated, […]

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