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This Small Business Saturday, Mt. Airy is encouraging residents to shop local with a fun Go Mt. Airy Shopping Crawl. more
The holiday season brings new chances to celebrate community in Philadelphia's Germantown neighborhood. more
The Woodmere Art Museum has opened its revamped museum store this holiday season with a focus on highlighting local artists.  more
Many immigrants give up successful, lucrative careers in their chosen fields to pursue their “American dream.” Juby George is just such a person. more
The Chestnut Hill Business Improvement District’s executive director, Courtney O’Neill, testified in City Council for the 10-year reauthorization of the BID. more
Char & Stave, the local roastery and café-by-day, cocktail bar-by-night, from Bluebird Distilling founder Jared Adkins, has opened in Chestnut Hill. more
For Gralin and Sara Zia Ebrahimi Hughes, the Multiverse is more than a backdrop for the escapades of Marvel and DC superheroes. It’s a welcoming space for fans and creators. more
Lee Locklear feels right at home in Mt. Airy. more
Flatbelly Veg started as a food truck in April 2021, and now has moved to a storefront on Bethlehem Pike. more
The Indian spice brand moji masala has been making its mark in Chestnut Hill as a family-owned business with a rich background. more
It has become so easy to order books online that one would think it must be impossible for a small bookstore to survive. Yet this one does. more
Did you ever go into a small mom-and-pop restaurant and have a wonderful meal, yet there is almost no one there? more
Pete Merzbacher insists he was so busy making his popular baked goods that he did not even realize he was part of a winning team.  more
Royal Rummage is coming back to Germantown Avenue for the first time since the pandemic, with 20 businesses participating. more
In January 2022, Matt and Kim Vendeville stopped at the Chestnut Hill Welcome Center to talk about their dream of opening a taproom here. more
Residents are invited to come out early on July 4, when the 8100 block of Germantown Avenue will be closed to traffic. more
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