Pennsylvania Veterans Museum Gala
Political pundit and Shipley graduate Flavia Colgan made brain waves in late 2007 when she participated in a study by University of Pennsylvania neurophysicist Andrew Newberg. Bound for medical journals, it aims to show the ...
Be good to the planet without going to extremes.
Exton native Matt Ryan is sitting pretty for the NFL draft.
A guide to area golf courses and clubs.
Well, at least the best in the area. We asked local pros for their faves. Here’s what they chose—the most beautiful, most baffling, most bodacious holes you could ever want to play.
As co-creator of the world’s first general-purpose electronic computer, Gladwyne’s J. Presper Eckert Jr. helped usher in the Information Age. Today, family members recall the quirky, often sad story of a brilliant inventor who could ...
An unnatural color for environmental friendliness.
The Salvation Army's Sandy Sheller
A local landowner safeguards his farm—and history in the process.
» Move over, Marley. There’s a new dog in town: An Argentinean Dogo from Penn Valley named Oogy stole Oprah’s heart when the dog and his family—Larry, Noah, Dan and Jennifer Levin—joined her for Amazing ...
FLOR carpet tiles
FLITE's board of trustees chair
Lancaster Arts Hotel
A local homebuilder introduces the Main Line to a new shade of green.
Your Home Improvement Questions Answered
Some Like It Raw
This Month's Coolest Culinary Events
As an editor, I’m fully aware that the publishing industry isn’t exactly a tree’s best friend. A majority of all magazine paper is made from virgin fiber. Every year, that amounts to deforesting an area ...
Reader Letters Tracking History Jim Waltzer deserves high praise for his well written and researched piece on the R5 [“Where the Tracks Lie,” January 2008]. And Hobart Rowland’s enjoyable editorial [“Rail Life”] about his days ...