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Cul-de-Sac Residence in Montco Includes Waterfall Pool

Located in the vicinity of private schools within the Hatboro-Horsham School District, this home boasts around $250,000 worth of upgrades and a 1-year home warranty is included […]

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New Chef, New Menu for Jenkintown’s Forcella

Jose and Jennifer Vargas of Leila’s Bistro in Jenkintown  created a sophisticated yet comfortable sequel when they opened Forcella, serving authentic Italian cuisine, in downtown Jenkintown earlier this year. […]

City Life

The Easy Way to Cut Your College Tuition in Half

A neighbor of mine is sending her son to a well-respected New England liberal arts college. A friend of one of my kids is starting […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Conshohocken Development Aimed At Younger Residents?

Modern office spaces continue to pop up here and there throughout the city, enticing young professionals who favor shared, open areas at work. However, as Jon […]

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Australian Black Truffle Dinner at Blackfish

Australian black truffles. Need we say more? Tuesday, August 26th, Blackfish invites you to their Australian Black Truffle Dinner. The tasting menu is comprised of four dishes […]

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Sandwich Pop-Up in Jenkintown

Forcella and Leila’s Bistro in Jenkintown are hosting a pop-up sandwich shop today at Leila’s Bistro at 700 West Avenue. Owner Jose Vargas and Paesano’s […]

Property

Ryan Howard’s Blue Bell Home Is Pending Sale

Ryan Howard’s custom-made home in Montgomery County, placed on the market in June, is now pending sale. The deal is expected to close sometime in August, according […]

City Life

Merck Will Lay Off 600 Workers in Montgomery County

CBS Philly reports that pharmaceutical giant Merck is laying off 600 employee in Montgomery County:

Property

Midday Headlines: Rittenhouse Club Horror Story

New projects in and around the city are thriving (even if approvals can be cumbersome), but not all developments are created equal. Case in point: […]

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Guild Hall Brewing Company Launches a Kickstarter

Guild Hall Brewing Company, a brewpub opening in Jenkintown, has launched a kickstarter. Set to open in Fall 2014, the brewery is looking for your help […]

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Pudge’s Cheesesteaks Expanding to Conshohocken

Well liked Blue Bell cheesesteakerie, Pudge’s is coming to Conshohocken. According to Michael Klein, Pudge’s will replace the 401 Diner/Nirvana at 4th and Fayette Streets by […]

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Brittingham’s Father’s Day Food Truck Block Party

What better way to say thank you to dad than with a few food trucks? Brittingham’s is hosting a Father’s Day Food Truck Block Party […]

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Property

Louis Kahn’s Roche House Is on the Market

Well, this is exciting! The Philip and Jocelyn Roche House in Whitemarsh Township is on the market. Though it’s definitely considered a Kahn home — […]

City Life

Montgomery County Gay Couples Get Green Light To Marry

Last week, I reported on a loophole that prevented Montgomery County gay couples from getting married, despite the landmark overturn of Pennsylvania’s same-sex marriage ban.  Luckily, […]

City Life

PA Marriage Equality Update: Two Different Counties, Two Different Stories

Despite Tuesday’s landmark decision to overturn Pennsylvania’s ban on same-sex marriage, Montgomery County gay couples essentially can be denied marriage licenses based on one simple […]