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If you think you have a giant crew to cook for this Thanksgiving, you haven’t met chef Altenor Vaval. more
Thanksgiving is approaching, and the Northwest Philadelphia region has much to offer residents. more
“Today is a good day”: words that anyone with a loved one in the hospital longs to hear. It's also the name of a Flourtown-based non-profit. more
One of the great things about being a reporter is that you get to meet so many interesting people you would otherwise never have a chance to know. more
In 1924, the Venetian Social Club was founded at 8030 Germantown Ave. by artisans from northern Italy. The club will celebrate its centennial in 2024. more
In 2013, Allison Kleinschmidt and her husband, Tom, welcomed into the world son Daniel Thomas Kleinschmidt at just 29 weeks. It was traumatic. more
Mt. Airy Learning Tree has dozens of talented teachers, but Luther Bangert is probably the only one in the Guinness Book of World Records.  more
“I will be there at Borrelli's Chestnut Hill Gallery on Nov. 11 if I am still alive and kicking,” artist Phil Cohn said about his upcoming 100th birthday. more
This newspaper has profiled innumerable local artists over the years, most of whom always had a passion for art. Alice Lesnick took a different path. more
The season of crazy costumes, trick or treating, and everything spooky is back. Halloween is showing up throughout the Northwest Philadelphia region. more
Mt. Airy resident Kay Wood and Glenside resident Linda Rosenwein were both already quite accomplished when they started their show. more
One of the most important lessons I’ve learned in my life is how important it is to always be curious. more
Sara Allen's mantra should be “Better late than never.” more
Debra Malinics was walking on Forbidden Drive recently when she saw a woman with what looked like the strangest dogs she had ever seen. more
Clayton, who died last month, the first woman and African American to lead the Philadelphia School District, was an avid collector of African American art. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s Night of Lights, conceived six years ago to bring the neighborhood's rich history to Germantown Avenue, starts Friday, Oct. 6. more
Chestnut Hill's 38th annual Fall for the Arts Festival returns on Sunday, Oct. 8 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., closing Germantown Avenue from Rex Avenue to Willow Grove Avenue. more
You might say this article is coming to you straight from the horse's mouth because Janet White refuses to rein it in. more
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