Main Line Today August 2018

Read up on These Foodie Updates Around the Main Line in August

An eco-friendly dining experience in Chester County, a new American hotspot in Kennett Square and more make the month delicious.

Q&A: Revivals Boutique’s Robin Eklund

The owner of the Narberth consignment boutique shares her personal style.

Weekend Getaway: The Bungalow Hotel

Escape to this luxury boutique hotel in Long Branch, N.J.

A Swarthmore Student Was the Spanish Civil War’s First U.S. Casualty

Joseph Selligman disappeared from campus in 1936 to fight growing fascist forces in Europe.

The Pure Joy of Running Outside In the Summer

Writer Pete Kennedy lives for the months he can hit the forrest trails; until he crashes into a spiderweb, that is.
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Nook & Kranny Kafe is as Inviting as it is Tasty

With locations in Norristown and Phoenixville, chef Christina Rubeo’s cozy joint feels just like home.

Why are so Many Baby Boomers Turning to Medical Marijuana?

As the pharmaceutical industry and cannabis business continue to coalesce, an increasing number of senior citizens are seeking alternative pain treatments.

Q&A: Actors Lab Philly’s Bryan Fox

The founder of the Wayne-based studio shares how he got involved in theater.

Main Line Style Watch: August 2018

From Gingy’s Parker Pullover to Paula Hian’s 1980s Fall/Winter collection, here’s what’s trending.

“BYPASSED” Illuminates the Plight–and the Hope–of Coatesville

Sarah Alderman and Ryan Beacher's grassroots documentary premiers this month.
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Our Best of the Main Line & Western Suburbs Party is July 25!