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

By Brian Bingaman @brianbingaman on Twitter|

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. Hour...

By Brian Bingaman @brianbingaman on Twitter|


  • News

    spay and save; If you believe then it must be Karma

    Karma is a tabbico tuxedo 12-month old female. This pretty girl likes it when her foster mom picks her up. Karma purrs, she loves to play, comes right up to you and rubs on legs. She’s happy to be indoors. May learn to live with other cats if introduced slowly. Special Needs: Indoor Only.


  • Entertainment

    EAT & DRINK: Make room for a good helping of these: podcast on cheese; seasonal ale; free shaved ice and more

    April’s all about foodie festivals, fundraisers and fabulous debuts, beginning with a new podcast on cheese and cheesemaking.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media|

  • Entertainment

    ‘Kids Corner’ producers reflect on 30 years at XPN; anniversary celebration planned

    Kathy O’Connell, the host of WXPN’s iconic children’s show “Kids Corner,” is sitting in a bare recording studio at the radio station’s West Philadelphia headquarters. She’s on the phone with a chipper 8-year-old named Meredith, and they’re chatting about ice cream.

    By Dutch Godshalk For Digital First Media|

  • Food

    FOOD: Go nuts for pecans. Area chefs share some recipes

    In the kitchen of Malvern’s Strawberry Bakery, French chef Jean-Pierre Bournazel multitasked — prepping a 12-foot piece of puff pastry for Napoleons, cutting lemon squares and creating Instagram-worthy praline chocolate cakes.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Entertainment

    MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Beirut’ an entertaining geopolitical thriller with nice work from Hamm, Pike

    “Welcome to Beirut.” Jon Hamm’s American diplomat Mason Skiles says these words to a group of folks he is entertaining at a cocktail party he and his wife are hosting at their beautiful home on the Mediterranean Sea.

    By Mark Meszoros @MarkMeszoros on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    ‘Game Masters’ at the Franklin Institute celebrates a virtual world

    If you grew up during a certain era, the first part of the new Game Masters exhibition at the Franklin Institute will be able to keep you entertained for hours.

    By Vince Carey @vincecarey on Twitter|

  • News

    Bill Cosby lawyers seek removal of a juror in last minute court filing

    NORRISTOWN >> A day after Bill Cosby’s jury was seated for his sexual assault retrial, his lawyers are trying to get one male juror removed, claiming he “may hold a fixed opinion” about the case, according to court papers.

    By Carl Hessler Jr. @MontcoCourtNews on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    ‘Hamilton’ fever spreads to Philadelphia

    And you thought the discourse on Twitter was vitriolic.

    By Brian Bingaman @brianbingaman on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    THEATER REVIEW: ‘I Will Not Go Gently’ making a point at People’s Light in Malvern

    Sierra Mist is a middle-aged British rocker on a comeback tour who has something to say.

    By Anders Back For Digital First Media|

  • Lifestyle

    AT THE TABLE WITH: Mark Szilagyi Jr.

    Mark Szilagyi Jr. is one of your “local good neighbor pharmacists” at the Gateway Pharmacy. Over the years, he was my mom’s pharmacist via the telephone. We spoke often; as the Gateway delivers, we seldom saw each other. It was during the ribbon-cutting of Teresa O’Neill Haag’s wall mural on the side of the Gateway building that we actually spoke of other things besides medications.

    By Bette Banjack|

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