Readers Respond to our October Issue

Plus, your thoughts on Agnes Nixon’s passing.

Main Line Today October Magazine Cover


Women on the Move

I am so honored and beyond humbled to be recognized alongside this group of superstars. We are all leading the way for women and equality in our work world. 

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Kelly Doyle

I was excited to see so many women leaders, 10 of whom are members of the Main Line Chamber of Commerce. 

Xenia Scott

Rosemont Resident and Creator of All My Children and One Life to Live Dies at 93 

Agnes Nixon’s tales were more than mere fantasy—they were often her life, right down to Rosemont being the basis for the fictional Llanview, Pa., in One Life to Live. Your one life was a good one, Ms. Nixon. Rest in peace.

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Brandon E. McDade

The Anti-Abolitionist

Mark Dixon writes with more fill-in facts than anyone I’ve read. Some themes of past articles I thought I knew thoroughly, but, in each instance, Dixon produced pertinent facts that I had missed. Even generally known facts come off better understood by his deft research. His printed insights on the years 1837 and 1838 are especially welcome. 

Tom Roy Smith

Our Best of the Main Line Elimination Ballot is open through February 22!