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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
Aaron, 71, is a champion powerlifter who holds two national records, eight Pennsylvania powerlifting records and one world record. more
Betty Matusow Perlmutter was in a coma and on life support for two weeks. She was 87. Now, “There is so much joy and wonder in everything," she says. more
The Easter Bunny paid a visit to Northwestern Stables on Sunday. more
The life of a cat rescuer is rewarding at times. But it can also be heartbreaking. more
You wouldn’t argue against Emily S. Gavin’s commitment to service. She's a dementia care expert. more
When I was a child, I never went to summer camp as an actual camper because my family could not afford it. Later, I became a camp counselor. more
When you’re a kid, summer camp gives you a chance to experience real life, but seen through a funhouse mirror. more
I have a trio of distinct kinds of camp experiences, all kind of miraculous and memorable to me. more
How does one deal with the sudden tragic death of a loved one? For vision-impaired sculptor Ron Bryant, relief comes by way of his artistic creations. more
When I found out in 1984 that Richard Burton was in Philadelphia, I felt I just had to interview him. more
Lisa Lyne Flynn, a full-time nurse, rock musician and small-business owner, has managed to squeeze yet another chapter into an already crowded life story. more
Heitner is considered an expert in social media and mental health, online hate speech and bullying, internet safety, digital culture, sexting and digital citizenship. more
The following is an account of the life of Louise Reid, drawn from an oral history conducted by Andrew Jarvis on Sunday, January 10, 1988.  more
It's one thing to have a surprise birthday party. It's another thing to have a surprise tribute that millions of people watch on national TV.  more
No surprise that when the Philadelphia Flower Show opens on Saturday, Northwest Philadelphia will be well represented. more
More than 30 galleries, shops and eateries will stay open late on the first Friday of each month in a new Chestnut Hill initiative. more
In a celebration of cross-cultural solidarity, the Commodore Barry Club is set to screen "Frederick Douglass and the White Negro." more
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