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Group feeds homeless: ‘It’s not all peaches and cream’

By Monica Sager|

CONCERT PREVIEW: Jeffrey Gaines releases studio album, plays at The Kennett Flash

For Jeffrey Gaines, the release of “Alright,” his first album in 15 years, is the culmination of a body of work that has long established his standing as one of music’s most gifted songwriters, vocalists and performers. ...

By Rob Nagy For Digital First Media |


  • News

    SPAY AND SAVE: Armani is a well-rounded and amazing feline

    Armani is 2 to 3-years-old, black with white markings, handsome and super friendly. He is confident, happy, laid back, smart, very playful, sweet, caretaker with tons of personality. He has multiple vocal expressions for his fur friends and family. He listens very well to verbal instruction. Well mannered inside the home. Loves other cats and would be happiest in a home with cat(s). Likes his people as well. He is an amazing family member and an overall great and fun cat.


  • News

    Man charged in Phoenixville murder waives hearing

    PHOENIXVILLE >> One of two suspects accused of taking part in the slaying of a 15-year-old in a Dunkin Donuts parking lot last December is expected to face a trial for the killing.

    By Marian Dennis @MarianDennis1 on Twitter|

  • Food

    Area native shares recipes, advice in the ‘The Ultimate New Mom’s Cookbook’…

    One of the biggest challenges new moms face: feeding the whole family. When Lansdale native Aurora Satler welcomed a son, she made “wonderful purees for him” but sometimes forgot to nourish herself. “I was starting to think that this has to be easier, and everyone has to eat,” recalled the chef and food stylist.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Entertainment

    MOVIE REVIEW: Pixar’s ‘Incredible 2’ dazzles almost a decade and a half after original

    In 2032, “Incredibles 3” really should be something.

    By Mark Meszoros @MarkMeszoros on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    LOCAL MUSIC: RGM Project celebrating a decade on the scene

    RGM Project is one seriously big band — 10 members in all, including a full horn section. See and hear for yourself at The RGM stands for “Really Good Music” or “Really Great Music.”

    By Brian Bingaman @brianbingaman on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    The Blue Wiggle talks about return to the U.S.; The Wiggles make a stop at Merriam Theater in Philadelphia

    It’s been 27 years since Anthony Field decided while studying early childhood development at college in Australia to write and record an album of songs for the preschool set, a decision that led to the formation of the Wiggles. What followed was a worldwide sensation as the group made TV shows, CDs and DVDs, and toured around the globe to entertain their little fans — and to be honest, some bigger ones, too.

    By Peter Larsen Southern California News Group|

  • Business

    Alvernia University to offer advanced degrees at MCCC

    Pottstown >> Alvernia University has joined Montgomery County Community College’s University Center and will offer two advanced degree programs at the college’s west campus in Pottstown.

    By Donna Rovins @MercBiz on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    CONCERT PREVIEW: Harry Connick Jr. on the Mann Center stage June 16

    Jazz/pop singer, musician, composer, actor and occasional talk show host Harry Connick Jr. is so active with the schedule for his “A New Orleans Tricentennial Celebration” Tour that he had only a small window of time to take a few questions by email.

    By Brian Bingaman @brianbingaman on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    MUSIC: A quick look at area music festivals and some tips to make the best of each

    Forget Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and the like; why spent time and money traveling to music festivals around the country when there’s more than enough of them right in our very own backyard? This year sees a record number of events that qualify as a destination fest to some, but a short drive away for locals along with the regular touring spectaculars.

    By Michaeld Christopher For Digital First Media |

  • News

    Spay and Save: Karma would love a human companion

    Karma is a beautiful tabbico tuxedo who was found in a trailer park in Hereford. Spayed, 1-year-old and completely vetted, Karma would love a forever home for her 10 to 15-year life span. She seems to be good with dogs and would possibly like a cat her age to bond with. Can you give Karma this commitment?


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