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Nestled within the historic Ambler Train Station, patrons of the upscale French restaurant La Provence enjoy not just the food but also the warm smile of 20-year-old busser Yaroslava "Yasia" Chala. more
The Metropolitan Ballet Company, founded by former Pennsylvania Ballet standout Lisa Collins Vidnovic, is bringing some of the region’s most talented students to the stage Saturday, April 1. more
Although her photography spans the breadth of human experience, Julia Lehman has found her truest inspiration underwater. more
The Bird in Hand shop is a place where area residents consign family heirlooms, start their own collections, or shop for gifts. It also is a nonprofit that supports community organizations.  more
Michael Londra brings his national tour of “Ireland with Michael – LIVE” to the Commodore Barry Arts and Cultural Center in Mt. Airy on March 6. more
Erika Almiron, a Germantown resident who first ran for City Council at-large in 2019, intends to build a bigger coalition of voters who resemble “the whole city.”  more
The bar, as dark and dense as the Irish woods, was rocking with laughter as we made our way gingerly to the charming dining room just beyond. more
Courtney Jewell has been selling weekly deliveries of fresh local flowers in Northwest Philadelphia since 2019, after moving to East Mt. Airy. more
I guess you could say that Mt. Airy resident Randall Grass, 73, does not let any grass grow under his feet. Grass has traveled to or lived in more than two dozen countries. Now he's teaching a MALT class. more
Amir Staten desperately wanted to become a Morehouse man. And then on Friday, the Morehouse email landed.  It led to a joyous viral video. more
When floral enthusiasts walk into the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show this week, somewhere amid the sweeping displays will be an exhibit showing barrels pouring streams of flowers into a foundation of colorful blossoms. It has local connections. more
The landscape, painted more than 150 years ago by the radical French realist Gustave Courbet, was found in a basement during renovations. more
Eggs, which nature conveniently delivers as perfectly formed little packages of protein, are perhaps one of our healthiest and most versatile foods.  more
Every week, a second-floor corner of the Parkway Central Free Library of Philadelphia transforms from a quiet space for research and writing into a lively crafting workshop. more
The current exhibition at The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, which explores the nature of borders – whether they are natural or manmade – comes with a field trip. more
Spay and Save, of Lafayette Hill, is holding its next adoption event at Bone Appetite, 8517 Germantown Ave. in Chestnut Hill, on Saturday, Feb. 25. more
Although it originated in Christendom as a day to commemorate the death of either of two Christian martyrs named Valentine, it wasn’t until the 14th century that Valentine’s Day began to assume its familiar romantic connection. more
The soon-to-retire WIP personality and Chestnut Hill resident just assumes things will always go wrong: “I'm by nature negative and nervous.” But he's picking the Eagles. more
A scrappy group of young preservationists has reached an agreement to buy and start restoring Lynnewood Hall, the 110-room Gilded Age mansion in Elkins Park. more
Jill S. Markovitz is a woman on a mission: To make art accessible to children and adults in ways that did not exist before.  more
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