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Main Line Monday: Back to Merrie Olde England in Wayne

Trying to find a place on the Main Line? Perhaps you’d rather pick a style that dates further back than the familiar Colonial era we know […]


Thrillist Names Wayne The Epitome of Cool in Philly’s ‘Burbs

The Philadelphia region happens to be unusually well endowed with cool suburbs that boast walkable Main Streets, interesting shops and great places to eat—great Millennial […]


Main Line Monday: A Former Art Gallery In Wayne

This house in Wayne has a history as unique as its distinct Victorian style. It was built between 1871 and 1873 by J. Henry Askin […]

City Life

“Black Lives Matter” Banner Vandalized at Main Line Church?

No sooner had this month’s issue of Philadelphia hit newsstands with its cover story “Racial Profiling on the Main Line” than one of the institutions featured […]


Opening Today: Cornerstone Cheese & Charcuterie

The brainchild of Christine and Nick Kondra, Cornerstone Cheese & Chatcuterie opens today (Friday, October 9) in Wayne, offering an array of expertly crafted meats and […]


Main Line Monday: This Radnor Township Home Comes with a Second-Story Pool

These increasingly cool mornings are really making us miss summer and this Radnor Township home isn’t helping matters: nestled on a little more than 2.5 acres, the […]


Main Line Monday: Historic $1.6 Million Residence by William Lightfoot Price

First, there was the beautiful Schoenhaus Estate, a property originally owned by William Penn before passing down to an Arts and Crafts Movement community headed by architect William Lightfoot […]


Main Line Monday: Flyers Fans, Your Dream Home Is in Wayne

Let’s be honest here. It’s going to be a really, really long time before any one of our Main Line Monday picks dethrones Fernside Cottage in Gladwyne. […]


Main Line Monday: The Jewel of South Wayne Is Listed for $2,395,000

Following stints with two others firms, Northeast High School graduate Henry E. Baton founded his own group in the mid-1920s: the Baton Construction Company. According to […]


Cornerstone Cheese & Charcuterie to Open in Wayne

This Summer, chef Christine Doherty Kondra is planning on opening a new artisan cheese and charcuterie shop in “Downtown” Wayne (quotation marks my own addition) […]


Main Line Monday: Custom-Crafted Radnor Manse with Tiered Movie Room

Set on a single acre property near Radnor Township, this Semerjian Builders-crafted home is marked with several notable features, the first of which we must mention […]


Infinity Pool Alert in Wayne!

Yes, it has a stunning 2007 Arnold Infinity lap pool on a parcel landscaped by Gale Nurseries, but now that we’ve got your attention, let us […]


For Sale: Fully Revamped 18th Century Home with New Addition

Standing across from Wayne Elementary School is this historical property, which in addition to being on the market for the very first time, has been fully […]


Another Link in the Chain

Not Your Average Joe’s is coming to Ardmore’s Suburban Square on February 23rd. The Massachusetts-based, casual bar-restaurant chain is taking over the old movie theater […]


Margaret Kuo Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Chinese New Year Menu

Margaret Kuo is celebrating the Year of the Ram by offering a Chinese New Year dinner menu now through March 8th. This year marks the 40 […]