Main Line Today July 2018

One Lower Merion Man’s Secret Double Life

William C. Colepaugh was once wanted by the FBI for being a Nazi agent.

Q&A: United Way’s Bill Golderer

The president and CEO of the organization’s Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey chapter discusses tackling intergenerational poverty.

Q&A: Jewelry Designer Alexis Kletjian

The Kennett Square-based designer shares her personal style.

Five Adults-Only Summer Camps that Should Exist But Don’t (Yet)

Writer Katie Kohler wonders why kids should be the ones having all the fun this summer.

Berwyn’s Tiramisu Serves Up Roman-Jewish Cuisine Amidst Rustic Charm

Chef/owner Shawn Delbello continues to impress after eight years in business.
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What’s New in the Main Line Dining Scene

From North Italia’s new King of Prussia location to Liquid Eatery’s opening in West Chester, here’s the restaurant news you need to know.

Q&A: CASA Youth Advocates’ Leigh Anne McKelvey

The executive director of the Chester and Delaware counties branch shares her passions.

Main Line Style Watch: July 2018

From Parisian bistro chairs to Touché Accessories’ Bastille Day Soirée, here’s what’s trending.

How Tammie Souza’s Son’s Brain Tumor Surprised Even His Doctors

The NBC10 meteorologist warns parents not to miss the signs that hid her son's dangerous diagnosis.

The Main Line is Experiencing a Cultural Revitalization

From bustling entertainment districts to a diversifying dining scene, Main Line Today Editor-in-Chief Hobart Rowland notes the region’s successes.
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