New Vintage Is Dedicated To The Memory of Grace Winery’s Namesake by Melissa Jacobs On June 15, the Inn at Grace Winery released Gracie Red, a new wine honoring owner Chris LeVine’s sister Grace, who owned the estate until her untimely death in 1999. The bottles are inscribed with a special message from LeVine. “AsContinue reading “Grace Winery Launches Gracie Red “
Where To Stay At The Jersey Shore With 22 hotel rooms and a 300-seat restaurant, Daddy O is one of Long Beach Island’s most chic, luxurious spots. And it’s tons of fun. Serving lunch, brunch and a rollicking happy hour, Daddy O is back at full steam after two COVID summers. “Over the winter, weContinue reading “Daddy O is LBI’s Hottest Hotel and Restaurant”
Jennifer Lynn Robinson’s Top Picks for Haverford by Jennifer Lynn Robinson Looking for fun things to do in Haverford? My first visit to to the town was when I visited Haverford College as a high school student. I loved it so much that it became my number one choice for college. I spent my collegeContinue reading “Haverford: Six Things We Love”
With 65 shops and 6 restaurants, Peddler’s Village is the perfect staycation or day trip. Bucks County’s popular tourist destination celebrates its 60th anniversary. by Tara Behan Need a staycation? Head to Peddler’s Village. The sprawling, 40+ acre shopping and dining destination continuously tops the lists of best attractions in Bucks County. Founded in 1962Continue reading “Peddler’s Village: 15 Things To Do”
Our stream queen and host of “Binge Or Cringe: The Podcast” comes clean about her LTR with reality TV by Jamie Joffe, Culture Editor My name is Jamie Joffe and I love reality TV. I am no longer ashamed to admit that watching drunk housewives flip tables in their Christian Louboutins fills my love tank.Continue reading “Confessions of a Bravo-holic”
How I launched Main Line Tonight. by Melissa Jacobs There I was, at 1:47 am on a chilly October morning, bundled in a hoodie and leggings, hair up, make-up off, speaking out loud to my computer. On many days and especially at night, that laptop has been a trusted comrade on my journey to launchContinue reading “Wearing Ruby Slippers In The Matrix”
1,600 Lower Merion High School students joined forces for the 5-minute, one-take video to honor the beloved principal who died in a car accident in November. Lower Merion High School’s Student Council presents its third lip dub in support of the Sean A. Hughes Children’s Trust (https://gofund.me/3399e08b). The lip dub is our rollicking, all-in show-outContinue reading “High School Students’ Lip Dub Raises Funds For Principal’s Family”
What to watch at the 16th West Chester International Short Film Festival, April 22-24 in West Chester, Pa.
The Valley Forge Muster Roll Project, a database containing over 28,000 names, is dedicated to the memory of those who encamped at Valley Forge from December 1777 until June 1778. The Continental Army used monthly muster rolls to track the army’s strength. Each roll contains names, ranks, dates of enlistment, and other notes on soldiers’ assignments, activities, or conditions.
The book is “West Wing” meets “This Is Us” – half political drama, half family history. Owens led her brother’s political campaigns for more than 40 years, a journey she chronicles in her new memoir Growing Up Biden.