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Morning Headlines: J. Crew Outlet Is Coming to the Philly Suburbs!

First Madewell–J. Crew’s sister store–chose Walnut Street for its newest location. And now J. Crew Factory–the store’s outlet–comes to the ’burbs. The commercial real estate […]

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Historic Chester County Home With Tavern and Log School House

This beautiful stone farmhouse, built between the 1760s and the 1780s, is an exquisitely renovated residence that retains much of its historic character. The wide-plank […]

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Where We’re Eating: Farmer’s Road Drive Thru

There is something endearingly goofy to me about operations that try to make us feel better about our terrible eating habits simply by attempting to […]

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Heirloom Tomato Festival

Come celebrate August’s favorite harvest, the heirloom tomato, with live music, a salsa making contest and a special chef’s tasting menu at Terrain’s Heirloom Tomato […]

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Bring Your Jodhpurs to the $14.5 Million El Brio Ranch in Brandywine Valley

Not having enough room for all your horses can be a drag. El Brio Ranch offers 12 stalls, a separate washing stall, a tack room […]

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Summer Menus from John Brandt-Lee

Chef John Brandt-Lee has just launched new summer menus at both of his restaurants – Avalon Restaurant in West Chester and Avalon Bistro in Downingtown. […]

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Terrain Patio Party at Twilight Farmers Market

The Garden Cafe at Terrain is having the Terrain Patio Party to celebrate the opening of a new alfresco dining space on Thursday, May 23, with […]

This historic Chester County farmhouse dates back to the 1700s and includes original features.
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Historic Chester County Farmhouse Perfect for Equestrians

SPOTLIGHT LISTING: Historic Chester County Farmhouse Looking for an idyllic retreat from the hustle and bustle of urban living? Southdown, a 42-acre farm, may be […]

City Life

Chester County Sheriff Defends Assault Rifle Raffle

You know, when you think about it, why wouldn’t a sheriff raffle off an AR-15 rifle if given the opportunity to do so? Sure, it’s […]

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Stunningly Preserved 1788 Home for Sale in the Healthiest County in PA

According to the Philly Post, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation released a health study with some good news for West Chester students: Chester County PA […]

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Rick Oliveri to Open in Kennett Square

Rick Oliveri is opening a Rick’s Steaks in Kennett Square. Oliveri has had a bumpy time of it since he was evicted from his stand in […]

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A Rare Shout Out To A PA Vineyard

“That Pennsylvanian wine is delicious!” said nobody ever. Or at least that’s been the stereotype. Until now. David Schildknecht,  a writer for Robert Parker’s internationally […]

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New Fall Menu at Avalon Pasta Bistro

The leaves are beginning to change colors in Downingtown and Avalon Pasta Bistro is readying the fall flavors. Enticing dishes let some seasonal stars shine in […]

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The City of Chester Would Like You To Know That You Will Not Die Of West Nile Virus There

Chester, Pennsylvania may be the second most dangerous place in the United States of America, but Mayor John Linder insists that you will not contract […]

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Pennsylvania Race Is Close, But Still Tilts to Obama

Is Pennsylvania still a swing state? Both the Democratic and Republican parties think so. They’re once again sinking resources into advertising and get-out-the-vote operations in […]