Prescription for ‘Boomers’: how to manage change well

Local Life | January 31st, 2019 | Leave a comment

by Barbara Sherf Are you a “Baby Boomer” in need of help managing change rather than allowing change to define you? If so, Lafayette Hill resident Jan Moskowitz Zacharjasz, the founder of a life-coaching firm called Coaching for Resilience, is offering a free five-day online workshop titled “Kickstart Your Midlife Reboot” next week. The half-hour […]

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Pet adoptions, Jan. 31

Local Life, Pets | January 31st, 2019 | Leave a comment

GENTLE GEO: Wonderful, housebroken dog, Geo, needs fostering or adoption ASAP! His “best friend” is moving very soon to upstate NY . Geo is a very smart, gentle, incredibly friendly dog who is good with kids and other animals. He is an all vetted, very healthy older dog. Please contact 267-847-6553 to meet him. CHARLIE’S […]

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Acclaimed author to speak at GA on Feb. 5: GFS grad’s book reveals ugly side of George Washington

Local Life | January 30th, 2019 | Leave a comment

by Len Lear In April of 2017, Robert Fles, retired teacher and administrator at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy and a former long-time resident of Chestnut Hill, wrote in these pages, “Just how imperfectly human (George) Washington was leaps from virtually every page of a new book about him. Erica Armstrong Dunbar’s title for her recently […]

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Expert explores Harlem Renaissance at Center on the Hill

Local Life | January 24th, 2019 | Leave a comment

by Len Lear With February and African-American History Month right around the corner, Margaret Montet returns to the Center on the Hill, 8855 Germantown Ave., on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 1:30 p.m., to present her entertaining and educational program about the Harlem Renaissance. Montet, 55, is the Information Literacy Librarian at Bucks County Community College. She […]

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Closed nine months due to fire: No beach in sight from New South Ocean in Flourtown

Eat Local, Local Life | January 18th, 2019 | Leave a comment

by Barbara Sherf The owners of the New South Ocean Asian Bistro in Flourtown certainly have some staying power as the growing Lin family celebrates the 10-year anniversary of their popular Chinese/Japanese eatery located near the Acme in the Flourtown Shopping Center. But the couple’s journey hasn’t been all smooth sailing. Shortly after they took […]

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