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State Sen. Mensch to seek re-election in 2018

By Tony Phyrillas tphyrillas@21st-centurymedia.com @tonyphyrillas on Twitter|

AT THE TABLE WITH: Cameron Peters

Cameron Peters Floral Design may be a new business on Bridge Street in Phoenixville, opening Memorial Day weekend 2017, but Cameron has had a huge impact on the town. ...

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    Lower Providence Police seek suspect in road rage incident

    LOWER PROVIDENCE >> Police are looking for a suspect after a woman reported she was assaulted inside her car.

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    AT THE TABLE WITH: Rabbi Jeff Sultar

    Rabbi Jeff Sultar came to Phoenixville in the spring of 2016 to attend to the spiritual needs of Congregation B’nai Jacob. The congregation was formed over 100 years ago in a small building in the downtown. A new synagogue was built in 1957 at Starr and Manovon streets. This congregation is small, but warm with some members being the third generation to attend.

    By Bette Banjack|

  • Entertainment

    DINING; Fine, affordable Persian BYOB in Bryn Mawr

    A retired teacher from Broomall named Ernie whom I met online recently over shared political views suggested getting together with me and my wife to continue our ongoing discussion in person. I asked him to pick out any restaurant on the Main Line, and he said his favorite was Mediterranean Grill, 870 W. Lancaster Ave. in Bryn Mawr.

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  • News

    Downtown Phoenixville dons new wreaths with help of sponsorship

    PHOENIXVILLE >> Phoenixville is getting some extra help with getting into the holiday spirit this year.

    By Marian Dennis mdennis@21st-centurymedia.com @MarianDennis1 on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    CONCERT PREVIEW: Muscle Tough to release ‘Magical Achievements’; celebrates with event at Johnny Brenda’s

    It’s time to get tough! Muscle Tough, the power trio comprised of Philly musicians Ross Bellenoit (guitar), Joe Baldacci (drums) and Jonathan Colman (bass), will release their first full-length CD at Johnny Brenda’s on Friday, Dec. 15. The event will include 2 full sets by the band.

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  • News

    Phoenixville stabbing suspect nabbed by border patrol

    PHOENIXVILLE >> A man police say was responsible for the brutal stabbing of a woman in Phoenixville was apprehended by border patrol agents attempting to flee to Mexico.

    By Marian Dennis mdennis@pottsmerc.com @MarianDennis1 on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    EAT & DRINK: Pizza, tacos and plenty of festive eats on the menu

    Need to refuel from all that holiday shopping? The King of Prussia Town Center welcomes two newcomers: MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company and District Taco. http://www.mymidici.com/ https://www.districttaco.com

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  • Entertainment

    CONCERT PREVIEW: In a retrospective frame of mind, Lloyd Cole to play Sellersville Theater

    On his website British-born singer/songwriter Lloyd Cole wrote: “Yes, it was me who opened his solo venture (the eponymous 1990 release) with a song called ‘Don’t Look Back.’ I know, I know ...”

    By Brian Bingaman bbingaman@21st-centurymedia.com @brianbingaman on Twitter|

  • Food

    BROOKS ON BEER: 6 books for the beer lover on your gift list

    The holidays are just around the corner. While beer is the obvious gift for that beer lover in your life — something to impress, like a winter seasonal or other specialty brew — you might consider giving them one of the many stellar beer books that debuted in 2017. Here are a few favorites.

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  • Entertainment

    CONCERT PREVIEW: The folk, pop and rock sounds of Don McLean featured at New Hope Winery

    Songwriters Hall of Fame member Don McLean landed six songs in the Billboard top-40 between 1971 and 1981, and went on to amass more than 40 gold and platinum records worldwide.

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