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EAT & DRINK: Come out for food trucks, lend a hand at the farm and much more foodie fun

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ON VIEW: ‘Modern Times: American Art 1910-1950’ in the spotlight at Philadelphia Museum of Art

Sure, life comes at you fast these days. But a hundred years ago, things were also technologically and socially transforming at a remarkable pace. ...

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    From farmwork to festivals, it’s time to savor some spring foodie fun.

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  • Business

    PUC to investigate PECO rate hike request

    Harrisburg >> The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission voted Thursday to investigate PECO Energy Company’s recent request for a rate increase. The commission voted unanimously to investigate the request.

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  • Business

    ‘Venture Chesco’ officially launches, seeks tech companies to locate and grow in county

    Wayne >> Chester County wants to encourage the development of start-up companies in the county. To help make it happen, the Chester County Retirement Board and Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania have officially kicked-off the Venture Chesco Fund.

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  • Lifestyle

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  • Entertainment

    Pennsylvania proud: Farm-to-table Suburban Restaurant in Exton also brews their own beer nearby

    It’s been a year since chef Eric Yost opened the doors to Suburban Restaurant & Beer Garden in Exton’s Eagleview Town Center at 570 Wellington Square.

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  • Entertainment

    WEEKEND FUN GRAB BAG: Enjoy local festivals, Earth Day activities

    Beyond Black Panther African-American Museum in Philadelphia: “Black Pulp!” features small-run magazines, novels, posters, comic books, and traditional and experimental fine art prints from 1912-2016 through April 29. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesdays through Saturdays. The museum is at 701 Arch St., Philadelphia. Admission is $14, $10 for seniors, students and youths 4-12. Call (215) 574-0380 or visit www.aampmuseum.org.

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  • News

    Cleanups, 50K relay planned for SRT Spree this weekend

    Mont Clare >> On Saturday, the SRT Spree will return to Phoenixville for another year of competition, cleanups, fun and, of course, beer.

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  • Entertainment

    ALBUM REVIEW: The Wonder Years’ new, mature sound

    The teenagers in Liverpool who supported The Beatles in their earliest, unpolished, rough-and-tumble days reluctantly had to accept the reality that they had to share their hometown boys with the rest of the world.

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  • Entertainment

    CONCERT: Former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Rick Vito returns home at the Kennett Flash

    Armed with his electric guitar pursuing his dream of becoming a great blues guitarist, Springfield, Pennsylvania native Rick Vito submersed himself in the fertile L.A. music scene of the early ‘70s.

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  • Food

    FOOD: Use your noodle with help from the pros

    It’s late. You’re hungry, tired. You reach for a take-out menu, but have second thoughts. Colu Henry knows the feeling. In fact, it inspired her to write “Back Pocket Pasta.”

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