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Schools Are a Big Home Selling Point in Montco and Other Tidbits

Is back to school season really just a few weeks away? Unbelievable. What might be more believable, however, are the numbers crunched in a new […]


Glenside’s Humpty’s Dumplings Now Has A Storefront

Humpty’s Dumplings has a storefront. And, in our opinion, one of the coolest names, like, ever. “It’s kind of American fusion, if you will,” co-owner Patrick Doyle […]

City Life

The Montco Movie Theater Purse Thief Is Going to Jail

Movie theater patrons in Montgomery County can finally relax and enjoy this summer’s blockbusters: a prolific movie theater purse thief is going behind bars. A Philadelphia […]


Luke Palladino Opening Restaurant at Valley Forge Casino

Luke Palladino, who has a history with casino restaurants is adding another LP Steak at Valley Forge Casino Resort to his portfolio. The upscale steakhouse will […]


Farmhouse Friday: 165-Year-Old Eye Candy in Montgomery County For Sale

Should my dream of living in a trinity house with five canines come to naught, here’s my alternative: living in a farmhouse-style home by the sea. […]


Ezra Duker Departs Mainland Inn

Chef Ezra Duker is leaving his post as chef less than six months after Harleysville’s Mainland Inn opened. Duker was called a “rising star chef […]


Farmhouse Friday: Your Personal “Writer’s Retreat”-Style Home Awaits in Montco

We’re going old school with this week’s farmhouse pick and we think you’ll love it: a three-acre property with a classic fieldstone farmhouse, bank barn, carriage house, […]


Three Bells for Mainland Inn

Craig LaBan finds a much needed wake up to the farm-to-table trope at chef Ezra Duker’s Mainland Inn in Harleysville. La Ban finds lots to praise in […]


Farmhouse Friday: Nine-Bedroom in Montco Includes Expanded Master Suite

It dates back to 1829, but much of this 7,100-plus-square-foot residence has been reconfigured and expanded over time. Its latest update? What had formerly been […]


Brittingham Hosts Their Annual Patio Party

  Add this to your list of summer outside venues: Brittingham’s in Lafayette Hill is opening their outdoor patios this Saturday, April 25. The restaurant […]

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Questlove Sends Instagram Love to Bullied MontCo Youth

Yesterday afternoon, after being bullied at school for months for being too short, 10-year-old Hatfield youth Dominic Zaffino decided to take to Instagram to respond […]


Update: William Penn Inn in Wynnewood Plans Get Conditional Hearing

So what ever happened to the William Penn Inn in Wynnewood? Last we heard, it had been saved from the clasps of demolition thanks to an agreement […]


Farmhouse Friday: Lane’s End Farm Gets Second Price Cut

Once again on the Property circuit, Lane’s End Farm has been spotted with a second price cut. Not for lacking of anything to say, but we […]


Savona’s Month-Long Anniversary Celebration

Savona, at 100 Old Gulph Road in Gulph Mills, is celebrating its 18th anniversary by introducing a new happy hour food and drink menu and offering specials all […]

City Life

Where Is Deirdre Magolon? [UPDATED]

UPDATE: Deirdre Magolon has been found. ORIGINAL: Just as the tragic death of 13-year-old missing person Cayman Naib came to light, police have announced the […]