Philly Music Fest 2022 is Oct. 10-15

Local favorites Mt. Joy and Saleka featured at Ardmore Music Hall by Davis Giangiulio, Managing Editor Philly Music Fest is back … live and in person. The indie rock festival returns October 10-15 with a line-up that includes performances from Mt. Joy, Low Cut Connie, Screaming Females and a host of other acts. The showsContinue reading “Philly Music Fest 2022 is Oct. 10-15”

Is PA’s Voting System Secure?

Act 88, passed this summer, will change the way mail-in ballots are counted in Nov. We asked Chester, Delaware and Montgomery County officials to explain the process. by Davis Giangiulio, Managing Editor In November, Pennsylvania will elect a governor, senator and host of local officials. Suburban voters in Chester County, Delaware County and Montgomery CountyContinue reading “Is PA’s Voting System Secure?”

Winterthur’s Jackie Kennedy Exhibit

From Winterthur To The White House Showcases H.F. du Pont’s Connection to Camelot by Melissa Jacobs First things first: Winterthur’s Jackie Kennedy exhibit is not about the First Lady’s clothes. We weren’t entirely clear about that before we arrived, partially because one of the promotions features a red dress that Jackie Kennedy wore, and partiallyContinue reading “Winterthur’s Jackie Kennedy Exhibit”

Lisi Lerch Just Opened Her First Store … And It’s Fab.

The inside scoop on the Main Line fashion icon’s new clothing brand and her first brick-and-mortar store, Lisi Lerch Bungalow in Villanova. by Diane Oliva, Style Editor Statement earrings, bright pops of color and classic style? We’re talking about Lisi Lerch, of course. The jewelry and accessories maven is practically synonymous with preppy chic. KathyContinue reading “Lisi Lerch Just Opened Her First Store … And It’s Fab.”

Behind The Music: Ben Arnold

The award-winning musician talks about his biggest hits, his creative process and why he vowed to never write another love song. Ben Arnold plays at Grace Winery on Sept. 11 by Melissa Jacobs With his rocking, raspy voice and honest but often cheeky lyrics about love and life, Ben Arnold has been a fixture onContinue reading “Behind The Music: Ben Arnold”

Insider’s Guide to Valley Forge National Park

5 Secret Spots To Hike, Photograph and Explore by Amy Johnson, Valley Forge Park Alliance Board President Valley Forge National Historical Park carries a lot of memories, including those of my family. My husband Kevin and I raised our four children – and countless rescue dogs – in our home on the edge of theContinue reading “Insider’s Guide to Valley Forge National Park”

Bryn Mawr Night’s Fun-Filled, Star-Studded Event Is Sept. 23

Shopping, dining specials, music, the Bryn Mawrtini – and Kathy Sledge – are on tap for Bryn Mawr Business Association’s annual Bryn Mawr Night. by Carole Felton Shore, guest contributor Save the date! On Sept. 23 from 5 pm – 8 pm, Bryn Mawr’s best arts, entertainment, shopping and dining will be on display duringContinue reading “Bryn Mawr Night’s Fun-Filled, Star-Studded Event Is Sept. 23”

Bird Watching In Valley Forge Park: 5 Expert Tips

In Color Birding founder Jason Hall’s insider’s guide to bird watching in Valley Forge National Park by Jason Hall, guest contributor Late August and September are great months for bird watching in Valley Forge Park. Here are some tips on making the most of your birding excursion. Want more information before you go? Check outContinue reading “Bird Watching In Valley Forge Park: 5 Expert Tips”

A Big Welsh Party Is Coming To the Main Line and Philadelphia

Philadelphia Welsh Week is Aug. 27-Sept. 4 Bryn Mawr, Bala Cynwyd, Narberth, Tredyffrin … Where do these names come from? Wales, specifically the Welsh Quakers who settled in what is now the Main Line. The region’s heritage will be celebrated during Philadelphia Welsh Week, Aug. 27-Sept. 4. Part of the North American Festival of Wales,Continue reading “A Big Welsh Party Is Coming To the Main Line and Philadelphia”

The Insiders’ Guide To Bryn Mawr

19 Reasons We Love Bryn Mawr by Carole Felton Shore From Lancaster Ave. to Bryn Mawr Ave. to Rosemont Square, Bryn Mawr is where hip and artsy meet sophistication, all of it grounded in local history.  “The town is always incorporating new ideas, sensibilities and trends,” said Hank Wilson, president of the Bryn Mawr CivicContinue reading “The Insiders’ Guide To Bryn Mawr”