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October 26 is the deadline to apply for a mail-in ballot. more
On November 2nd, Justice will be on the ballot in Philadelphia and all across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This election could not be more consequential, with women’s reproductive rights, LGBTQ rights, and the very right to vote at all hanging in the balance more
I enjoyed Alex Bartlett’s article on Chestnut Hill eateries but have to point out that he missed mentioning maybe the most long lived and popular restaurant ever seen in the area.  more
"Happy families are all alike," wrote Leo Tolstoy, but "every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way." Including his. more
McNally's Tavern, George Woodward Company, Norwood-Fontbonne Academy, at their centennial. more
A  low-key, fact-based espionage mystery-thriller with a secret identity as a marital drama.  In both guises, it delivers as a taut, tense, timely tale. more
I am one of thousands of immunocompromised Philadelphians for whom taking public transportation, shopping for groceries or dining with friends at even an outdoor café presents serious risk. more
We’ve been making a few changes here at the Local in the four weeks I’ve been your editor. One of the most important of those changes started last week, when Tom Beck joined the team as our newest reporter. more
Nearly all of the feedback provided by neighbors was negative. more
The meaning of success, upward mobility, and job security all have to be redefined during a calamitous recession and that's exactly what the timely, resonant, and thought-provoking contemporary workplace drama, “The Company Men” (2010), sets out to do. more
“It being one of the principles of the Circumlocution Office never, on any account whatever, to give a straightforward answer.” more
Johnny Depp playing a standup chameleon. more
On September 14th, I sent an email to the U.S. Postmaster General, Louis DeJoy.  Because I couldn’t trust the USPS to deliver a letter to him. more
Chestnut Hill Arts in the Fall. more
Each week, veteran film critic Bill Wine will look back at an important film that is worth watching, either for the first time or again. Hey, a superhero movie with no Spandex.  Will wonders … more
Last week, I began my new role as editor of this storied newspaper. And I consider myself fortunate indeed. I have always loved journalism, and being able to do it amid so much history and such a deep bench of fascinating people is an opportunity few could pass up. more
Geeky, cheeky, sneaky, and freaky, “Paul” (2011) is a gigglefest for sci-fi-romaniacs. more
We need to decrease the crime, violence, and Police issues in our City of Philadelphia and Tri-State area. Two Nonprofit Organizations have been working towards helping the issues. Urban … more
After an almost two-month search, the Chestnut Hill Local has named Carla Robinson as its new editor.  Robinson replaces Pete Mazzaccaro who resigned in June after 15 years in the … more
The news about logic has been illogical over the past few weeks. Most of the story has been on the medical front: We have a vaccine that prevents serious injury and death, yet some choose to get … more
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