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The Chestnut Hill VFW is inviting the entire community to participate in a tribute to the fallen soldiers of past wars. more
MarchOnHarrisburg, a nonpartisan good-government watchdog group, hosted a group of about 40 Northwest Philadelphians to learn about ranked-choice voting. more
Despite his success with national directors, Twenty-four-year-old Luke Risher continues to shoot for smaller artists around Philadelphia. more
In dogs, stiffness is the most common sign of Lyme disease, and it can develop fast enough to really surprise you. more
I like to think that I discovered Chestnut Hill area native Craig Shoemaker, who will be performing his stand-up comedy act at Sellersville Theater in Bucks County, about a half-hour drive from … more
Rasheed Booker won the Association for Student Conduct Administration (ASCA)  award at its conference in Portland, Oregon, beating 70 other students from across the country. more
In an era when developers are descending on Northwest Philadelphia, Ashton Gage, Linard Gay and Jonathan Harris are on a different mission. more
If there were an Encyclopedia of Bartenders, John Doyle would have a prominent place in it. more
I met David Carl Rilling when we were both freshmen at Central High School in 1954. I was more than a little jealous because he had everything going for him. more
It's a long way from northern India to Chestnut Hill – 7,948 miles, to be exact – but Pragya Gupta has navigated the distance quite smoothly. more
Once you’ve passed the age of 70, every birthday is something special. Mt. Airy’s Frank DiIorio celebrates differently than most. more
Distinguished literary scholar Michael Winship, a Chestnut Hill resident, will lead a discussion of the notorious best-seller on April 28. more
On April 22, 1970, my wife and I were among the crowd of about 30,000 who gathered on Belmont Plateau in Fairmount Park -- the first Earth Day. more
Nicole Juday grew up on a farm, where she never laid eyes on a carefully curated landscape. Then she paid a visit to Morris Arboretum. more
Imagine life as a breeder dog.   If you’re lucky, a Brookline Labrador Retriever Rescue volunteer comes along and rescues you. more
George Burton, a Mt. Airy native and one of the nation's most celebrated jazz pianists, will perform in “Timeless: a Tribute to the Legacy of Peter Nero.” more
In 1960, I took a course in classical music. The professor was a very nice person and a wonderful teacher. I loved his class, but one thing troubled me. more
World War II veteran Benjamin Berry, a Germantown resident who celebrated his 100th birthday last Sept. 16, just received a belated birthday present. more
The award-winning Clover Market kicks off its 15th year in Chestnut Hill with a curated handmade and vintage popup market on Sunday, April 14. more
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