5 hours ago
Beer-loving couple seeks to brew up community support in Wayne Junction – but some neighbors are fermenting with apprehension.
28 hours ago
When you see the princess’s mural at Conrad and Bowman, look up! Another East Falls icon defines Mackenzie Day’s new spin on the former “Epicure Café” building, and reflects her ever-evolving aesthetic.
31 hours ago
This group is doing amazing work for the underprivileged and ignored dogs of Philly
3 days ago
If you’re waiting for the Kelly House Museum to open to the public, don’t hold your breath…
3 days ago
While you are at the Market this Saturday,stop by the Friends of the Market table. Meet our ever present,energetic Market Manager ,Julia Margulies.Julie is a world traveler and owner of Indian Queen Soap.Her devotion to the Market far exceeds what anyone could expect from a Volunteer.Stop by the Friends of the Market table,chat with her ,or any of the Friends of the Market,to find out how you can support our ever growing Market.We welcome anyone willing to devote any amount of time ! Not planning to visit the Market this week? Contact Julie @ firstname.lastname@example.org Looking forward to meeting you!!
4 days ago
The colonial-style home, which sits at 3901 Henry Avenue in East Falls, was built almost a century ago by Kelly’s father, and the renovated place was just unveiled to the public in a ceremony last week, according to CBS Philly.
6 days ago
Great shot from The Local! Quick reminder of tomorrow night’s meeting, to include discussion of Penn Charter’s plan!
Delicious Italian cuisine in East Falls...http://www.in-riva.com http://www.fiorino.us
Welcome Well+Bone Wellness to East Falls!
It will be right across the street from Mifflin at the Fall of Schuylkill Library! So far we have plans for a short panel and networking. I appreciate any help spreading the word!FB event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/354645308391147/
Her colonial-style childhood home, which sits at 3901 Henry Avenue in East Falls, opened Friday after nearly a year of renovations done by Kelly’s...
When Albert paid $755,000 for his mother’s home in 2016, rumors pegged it as a future museum. That won’t be the case, however, as the property at 3901 Henry Avenue will remain closed to the public, according to multiple reports.
“I remember rolling on this carpet” as a child on visits to his mother’s family, Prince Albert told Today coanchor Hoda Kotb as they sat in one of the main rooms of the 4,000-square-foot house, located at Henry Avenue and Coulter Street.