These resources for beauty, health and wellness are the top-rated facilities around the Main Line and western suburbs.
Going back 10 years, we highlight a classic interview from Villanova coach Jay Wright about his life as a successful basketball coach.
May 7, 2011 The Newtown Square home of David and Erin Dugery Beneficiary: JOS Trust (to support quadriplegic James Sanders)
May 21, 2011 The Radnor Hunt grounds, Malvern Beneficiary: Brandywine Conservancy
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Once a pro football player, Drexel Hill's Willie Owens also knows a thing or two about quality relationships. Here's his perspective, after 13 years (and counting) of marriage.
A wide variety of Philadelphia-area vendors are ready to elevate your special day from typical to unforgettable.
From the daisies to the dance floor, Media's Tyler Arboretum was the perfect fit for this vibrant Main Line wedding.
From Rita's water ice to pictures on a merry-go-round, a bride and groom put their own spin on their big day.
July 7, 2011 Wilkie Lexus, Haverford For information on the Best of the Main Line & Western Suburbs Party on Aug. 4, 2011, or to buy tickets for the party or the Lexus raffle, click ...
The Conscientious Objectors movement saw thousands of U.S. citizens jailed for their antiwar stance. Looking back, they wouldn't change their position. Here are some stories of their journey.
Wendy Spampinato WS Interiors Decorating & Design 812 Fayette St., Conshohocken, (610) 828-0417
June 9, 2011 The Radnor Hotel, Malvern
The inlet can be "absolutely intoxicating" from this waterfront house on Seventh Street. The interior is something to write home about, too.
The Blue Bell restaurant at Normandy Farm does standout seasonal cuisine, always fresh, making it well worth the drive.
Both at home in Ardmore and at work in Bryn Mawr, the Denmark native finds inspiration in mid-century modern design.
The famous stone home, with its six-stall barn and almost 16 acres, is ideal for horse (and dog) owners.
Scoping out estate sales, antique shops and auctions, a pair of sisters-in-law build their business out of unique home décor and furnishings.
We go "off the Line" to this Mt. Airy restaurant, enjoying everything from craft brews to the mascarpone-, chocolate- and fruit-topped flatbread for dessert.