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New Narberth Avenue Bridge to Feature Site-Specific Art Installations

Narberth Borough has put out a request for qualification (RFQ) for “an artist to create a site-specific, integrated artistic enhancement in conjunction with the construction […]

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Narberth’s Oldest (and Long-Vacant) Church Could See a Mixed-Use Revival

Sitting right across from Narberth Train Station and just minutes from the borough’s downtown on foot, the former Baptist Church of the Evangel awaits a […]

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Head Scratcher Rankings: Forget Beverly Hills, Narberth Is the Place to Live

Ahhh, Narberth, we often find ourselves longing to bask in your wonderland of sunshine, streets lined with palm trees, (good) Eddie Murphy cop movies and Hillbillies shows, […]

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Headlines: PennDesign Named Among Top Schools in the World for Architecture

The School of Design at the University of Pennsylvania, was recently named as one of the top universities in the world for “architecture & built environment” […]

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Before & After: The Main Line Conversion You Have to See

Around this time last year we informed you of a special project taking shape in Narberth. If it’s not ringing bell, here’s the jist of it: Main […]

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The Curious Case of Public Space in Narberth Borough

Narberth Mayor Tom Grady will hold a public town hall meeting next week to discuss the “vision for Narberth’s downtown and public areas,” Main Line […]

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Morning Headlines: Move to Narberth If You’re Tired of Rising Property Taxes

Next time you hear someone complaining about a property tax hike, point them to Narberth. The Main Line Times’ Cheryl Allison reports the Montgomery County […]

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Get Out of Town: 13 Holiday Events in the Philadelphia Suburbs

Can’t come to Philly this season? There’s plenty of holiday fun in the ‘burbs, too. From light shows to tea parties, you can get your fill […]

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Morning Headlines: Church to Condo Conversion in Narberth

The proposed adaptive reuse of St. Margaret’s Church, also known as the Gleason Center, made headway this past Wednesday after the Narberth Planning Commission voted […]

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From the Dept. of If This, Then That: Behold Michael Yelson’s Narberth Home

Before reading any further, a Rorshach test is in order. Examine this image. Were you disgusted? Perhaps you might find something else of interest on […]

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Transformation: United Methodist Church of Narberth Goes Condo [PHOTOS]

The massive condo conversion project at the site of the former United Methodist Church of Narberth has a new name and so do its developers. […]

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Philadelphia Restaurant Review: Carmine’s Creole Cafe, Act II

With scaled-down ambitions and pumped up flavors, John Mims comes back to Narberth. But is this homecoming what he really wants? The best place to […]

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Citron & Rose Now Open Saturdays After the Sabbath

Michael Solomonov’s Citron & Rose is now opening on Saturday nights. The bar will open 30 minutes after the sun sets and a cafe menu […]

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Citron and Rose Is Coming Along

A reader sent in this shot of Michael Solomonov’s upcoming Citron and Rose in Merion.

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Two Bells for Narberth’s Aperto

Craig LaBan visits Aperto in Narberth. The BYO by John Wolferth, a veteran of Main Line fine dining includes enough hits that Lit achieves a […]