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MUSIC SCENE: Benefit show turns into ‘Music for Everyone’ in Phoenixville

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Perkiomen Valley School District sets Oct. 23 public meeting for referendum on $2M artificial turf plan

In addition to choosing four school board members in the Nov. 7 General Election, voters in the Perkiomen Valley School District will face another choice — a $2 million choice. ...

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    MUSIC SCENE: Benefit show turns into ‘Music for Everyone’ in Phoenixville

    Orion Communities believes every person deserves shelter, food, clothing, transportation and access to health care.

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  • News

    Perkiomen Valley School District sets Oct. 23 public meeting for referendum on $2M artificial turf plan

    In addition to choosing four school board members in the Nov. 7 General Election, voters in the Perkiomen Valley School District will face another choice — a $2 million choice.

    By Evan Brandt ebrandt@21st-centurymedia.com @PottstownNews on Twitter|

  • Entertainment

    DINING REVIEW: Spring House Tavern still satisfies after 298 years

    According to Bean’s History of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (where would I be without the Internet?), in October of 1804, Alexander Wilson, a distinguished ornithologist, and two companions on a journey from Philadelphia to Niagara Falls stayed overnight at the Spring House Hotel and Tavern in Lower Gwynedd Township, Eastern Montgomery County.

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  • Entertainment

    CONCERT PREVIEW: J. Geils Band’s ‘Magic Dick,’ guitarist Shun Ng playing mix of R&B, rock, jazz. Duo plays at the Sellersville

    They were born about 45 years apart, yet blues harp master Richard “Magic Dick” Salwitz and singer/guitarist Shun Ng (pronounced shoon-nig) seem to be musical soul mates.

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  • Sports

    Outdoors: A crowded week for October hunters

    This marks an eventful week in the great out-of-doors for Pennsylvania’s fraternity of hunters as our increasingly crowded outdoors calendar swings into mid-October. Let’s take a look at the veritable cornucopia of outdoors options that kicked in Saturday, Oct. 14, starting with a few “one week only” specials.

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  • News

    Teens invited to enter video contest to combat opioid epidemic

    Collegeville >> State Sen. John Rafferty, R-44th Dist., recently announced that his office will be participating in a Senate contest aimed at teen drug and alcohol prevention and awareness. The initiative, known as the “Talk to Your Senator” Video Contest, encourages middle and high school age teens to make a video aimed at “peer prevention.”

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  • Entertainment

    EAT & DRINK: New restaurant in King of Prussia, new menus at Suburban Restaurant in Exton and much more

    First, the new: Founding Farmers (of Washington D.C. fame) opens Nov. 1 at the King of Prussia Town Center. It’s the restaurant group’s sixth location, but first outside the capital region. The owners: more than 47,000 family farmers from the North Dakota Farmers Union. https://www.wearefoundingfarmers.com/

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Entertainment

    CONCERT: Max Weinberg returns to his rock and roll roots; performs at World Café Live

    Celebrating more than four decades as the driving beat behind Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, drummer Max Weinberg is paying homage to the music that served as his musical inspiration.

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  • Home and Garden

    FROM THE GROUND UP: Area garden destination, Chanticleer, is a treat

    If you’re looking for a garden destination while there are still some warm-ish fall days to enjoy, I can’t recommend a better place than Chanticleer. Located in Wayne, PA, the garden occupies thirty-five of the forty-seven acres of the former estate of Adolph Rosengarten Jr. Despite its size, the gardens — on what was once just sweeping lawn dotted with trees — have a surprisingly intimate feel to them.

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  • Entertainment

    CONCERT HIGHLIGHTS: Wolf Parade, Stone Foxes and Kaleo among next week’s best music bets

    Welcome to “Seven in Seven,’ where each Friday we take a look at shows coming to the region over the next week. Whether your musical tastes are rock and roll, jazz, heavy metal, singer-songwriter or indie, there’ll always be something to check out in the coming days.

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