Main Line Today January 2014

Preservation vs. Profit in the County Seat in West Chester

Preservationists and developers battle again.

Delaware Travel: Year-Round Beach Bumming at Lewes’ Hotel Blue

Forget the Route 1 hustle. A quick turn off the highway, and you’re tucked into Lewes’ historic, laid-back charm.

Main Liner Q&A: Lower Merion Township Retail Coordinator Heidi Tirjan

You can call it a comeback. New shops and restaurants are cropping up along Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr just in time for the holidays.

Main Line Today’s Resident Historian Mark E. Dixon Features Renowned Architect Frank Furness

Plus: Local business owners and financial experts weigh in on how spending habits have changed over the last six years.
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One Reader Threatens to Cancel Her Subscription

Homeless feature and gift guide a little too close for comfort.

Frank Furness’ Legacy of Gilded Age Main Line Architecture

Befitting his name, architect Frank Furness was a man prone to heated outbursts of passion and temper. It shows in his work—or what’s left of it.

Managing Your Digital Reputation is a Vital Piece of College Prep

Don’t be fooled, college admissions officers look closely at your social media presence.

10 Myth Busters for Families Preparing for the College Admissions Process

The SAT is not in fact superior to the ACT, time management is everything and other insight to what’s widely considered as one of the most important decisions a teenager will ever make.

The Top 10 Undergraduate Majors According to The Princeton Review

Business, Psychology, Nursing, Biology, Education, English and Economics lead the list.
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