We're bringing back an archive from 2008 in which Pierre Robert spoke with the members of Hooters Eric Bazilian and Rob Hyman.
You can call it a comeback. New shops and restaurants are cropping up along Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr just in time for the holidays.
From journalism to business, Dagenais has it all wrapped up.
You want the scoop? Flynn shares information why the Ardmore location closed, and why Main Liners should be excited about the Haverford venture.
The mother of two and breast cancer survivor helps parents on the Main Line with free in-home childcare for women undergoing cancer treatment.
The educator, activist, psychologist, minister and parent is involved full time with the Agape Research Foundation, which combats a litany of human rights violations in India.
Raised on the Main Line, Hilderbrand hasn't forgotten her roots after spending the last 20 years in Nantucket. Her beach reads are stuffed with Main Line references, and her newest release, Beautiful Day brings the ...
Wawa's "Head Goose" on his favorite Welcome America! events and, naturally, what he orders at the coffee bar.
The local vet and author of Our Penn-Marydel Hound, a Historical Anthology inherited his love for Penn-Marydels from his father, a fellow veterinarian.
He's also a former NASA astronaut, a U.S. Air Force fighter pilot who flew 177 combat missions in the Vietnam War and a teacher. Not too shabby.
Fresh off of her appearance at the 2012 London Olympics, Dr. Margaret Ottley shares her experience as the team sports psychologist for Trinidad & Tobago.
The former Episcopal Academy educator commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War with Up From Corinth, the second book in a four-part series that chronicles the role of boy soldiers in the four-year conflict. ...
The Wynnewood author watched Chamberlain from afar at Overbrook High School, but Cherry's 2004 book, Wilt: Larger Than Life, is an insightful look at the legend's personal life, career and enduring legacy.
The CEO of Philadelphia's Firstrust Financial Resources talks philanthropy in a down economy. Find out when (and how much) to give charitably.
The Villanova University professor and Valley Forge resident applies what he knows from teaching to a trio of legal thrillers (Neon Dragon, Frame Up and Black Diamond).
From Broadway to the Main Line, this American Idol vet is taking the stage by storm—this time, as Billy Flynn.
Sustainability, seasonal ingredients, and locally sourced foods—this is the philosophy on which she and Dave Magrogan built Glen Mills' Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar. Here's why.
In this expanded online interview, the winningest coach in NCAA men’s basketball history shares the secrets of his success while coaching Philadelphia University's Rams.
In this expanded interview, the creator of Catalyst Cleanse juice supplements tells us why it's good to go raw.
The Downingtown native talks about growing up along the Main Line and writing young-adult books in this expanded-for-web Q&A.
You might think she has a dangerous job, but educator Anita Clamer feels safer teaching inside Chester County Prison than she does at some of our area school districts.