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Chanticleer: A Pleasure Garden

By Adrian Higgins
University of Pennsylvania Press, 175 pages

Main Liners know a good thing when they see it, and the beauty of Chanticleer Gardens is no exception. Adrian Higgins, garden editor for the Washington Post, details each and every winding path and vibrantly hued nook this Wayne treasure has to offer, coupled with gorgeous photos that capture the essence of the changing seasons.
 

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Crazy About Money: How Emotions Confuse Our Money Choices and What to Do About It

By Maggie Baker
Holistic Wealth Press, 378 pages

Wynnewood psychologist Maggie Baker knows a thing or two about anxiety, depression and fear—especially when it comes to personal finances. Based on real-life stories from Baker’s patients, Crazy About Money helps identify the unspoken emotions and tendencies from childhood that often drive our decisions as adults—and how those destructive patterns can be broken to fully realize financial freedom.
 

 

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Wawa Welcome America! Fourth of July Jam

July 4, 7-10 p.m.

Is there any better place to celebrate America’s birthday than in its first capital? We’d argue no. The culmination of the 11-day Wawa Welcome America! celebration, the Fourth of July Jam currently ranks as the country’s largest free concert. Set against the majestic backdrop of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, it features modern-day Philly music icons the Roots (pictured) and DJ Jazzy Jeff. Also on the bill: Sara Bareilles, Michael McDonald, Earth, Wind & Fire—and fireworks, of course. Visit welcomeamerica.com.

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