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Three Gorgeous Fall Weddings from Around the Main Line

Main Line Anti-Racism Event Goes VirtualUndoing Racism Day is 10 years strong.
Put Together the Perfect Fall LookFour great pieces available at local boutiques.
Philadelphia’s Very Own Curling DynastyA Malvern family embraces an illustrious tradition in a low-key sport.
Convenient Destinations for a Quick Fall GetawayFive charming locations all within driving distance.
At 102 Years Old, Alan Tripp Finally Gets His Shot as a Legitimate SongwriterHe recently released his first album, which features music from the 1940s and 50s with lyrics for 2020. 
Dealing with COVID Back-to-School AnxietyLocal experts weigh in with coping strategies for the COVID era anxiety.
Your Anti-Racism Reading Recommendations This FallA West Chester teacher makes her picks for kids—and adults.
Q&A: Artist and Author Karl J. KuernerChadds Ford resident shares life lessons and his love of painting in a new book. 
Local Apple Orchards Perfect for FallPhoto by Abobe Stock Fill your basket with the season’s best.  NOTE: Social distancing and masks are required. Barnard’s Orchard Southern Chester County’s Barnard’s Orchard has a history that dates back centuries. Over 30 varieties of crisp apples await picking. 1079 Wawaset Road, Kennett Square, (610) 347-2151. View this post on Instagram You are the […]
How Anti-Racist Curricula Compares in 2 Local DistrictsChange is about more than teaching diversity in schools. 
Top Teacher 2020: Brian HasselIn 2020, these Top Teachers went above and beyond in a time of crisis. 
Top Teacher 2020: Susan PennacchiaSusan Pennacchia is a Fourth Grade Saints Peter and Paul School teacher. 
Top Teacher 2020: Erin RooneyErin Rooney is a Kindergarten teacher at Saint Margaret School.
Top Teacher 2020: Sam SteinbergPhoto by Tessa Marie Images These Top Teachers went above and beyond in a time of crisis.  Sam Steinberg is a social studies teacher at Delaware Valley Friends School. In a previous life, Sam Steinberg worked in finance in New York City. On a nightly basis, his wife would come home from her job as […]
Top Teacher 2020: Brendon JobsBrendon Jobs is the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the Haverford School.
Women’s Suffrage Honored with the Justice Bell, Skydivers and a ToastPhotos by Amy M. Schwab Photography A historic trip to Philadelphia marks the centennial of the 19th amendment. By Melissa Jacobs and Isabella Sanchez Castañeda For 100 years, the Justice Bell sat in quiet repose in Valley Forge National Historical Park’s Washington Memorial Chapel. But on Aug. 25, it was transported in style to Philadelphia’s […]
Q&A: Boutique Owner Malena MartinezThe owner of West Chester's Malena’s Vintage Boutique shares her go-to looks. 
HBCU Cheyney University Is Sticking to Its COVID PlanUniversity president, Aaron A. Walton, weighs in on how the institution is keeping its students, faculty and staff safe.
Top Dentists 2020A directory of the top practitioners in the region, selected by their peers and reviewed by our advisory board.
Happy to be Back to Work, Local Dentists Are Adapting to the COVID EraGetting patients to "open wide" after reopening presents new challenges for dentists and orthodontists.  
A Modern Farmhouse in Kennett SquareWith its thoughtful design elements, a Kennett Square kitchen becomes a domestic hub for a father and his three sons.

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