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When engineer Charles Penrose built the Newcomen Society headquarters in the late 1940s in then-rural Exton, he had no idea the locale would chart its future based on the precepts of his organization. The society, named for a British industrialist, espoused free enterprise and business moxie, and its sumptuous Exton digs suggested the rewards therein.

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Combat Winter Blues with Yellow Spring Farm’s “Think Spring” Remedies

Combat Winter Blues with Yellow Spring Farm’s “Think Spring” Remedies

Yellow Springs Farm is encouraging us to think spring with the launch of its upcoming calendar events.

Top 8 Spots to Hit for Super Bowl Takeout & Catering

Top 8 Spots to Hit for Super Bowl Takeout & Catering

In honor of the Super Bowl Sunday, we’re debuting our 2014 snacking guide, highlighting the top spots for takeout, catering, and where you should be watching.

Suburban Pizzeria Boom: Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Invades Exton

Suburban Pizzeria Boom: Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza Invades Exton

Fairfield Place Shopping Center in Exton lands Dan Marino's pizza chain.

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Main Line Today Events

  • 2017 BVSPCA Critter Camp

    2017.06.12

    Come and play at the BVSPCA! BVSPCA Critter Camp is a week-long camp for children between the ages of 7-12. At camp, young animal...

  • Academy Explorers Camp

    2017.07.05

    Academy Explorers Camp invites campers, ages 5-12, to learn about natural science in a safe, fun, and engaging way. Each week of camp explores an...

  • Cabrini Youth Basketball Camp

    2017.05.24

    Boys & Girls Entering Grades: 4th-10th Location: Nerney Field House- Radnor, PA Monday, July 31, 2017 to Thursday,...

  • EXHIBITION: Andrew Wyeth: In Retrospect

    2017.06.24

    To mark the 100th anniversary of Andrew Wyeth’s birth, join us for an exhibition of over one hundred of his finest paintings and works on papers...

  • ANDREW WYETH: IN RETROSPECT

    2017.06.24

    To mark the 100th anniversary of Andrew Wyeth’s birth, the Brandywine River Museum of Art and the Seattle Art Museum will organize an...

  • American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition

    2017.03.03

    Step back in time in American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition, the critically acclaimed exhibit that brings the story of Prohibition...

  • Academy Explorers Teen Camp

    2017.07.10

    Academy Explorers Teen Camp is a new camp for where teens ages 13–16 can explore their passion for science. In each week, teens will learn...

  • Academy Explorers Teen Camp

    2017.07.10

    July 10–14, 17-21 and Aug. 14-18, 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Academy Explorers Teen Camp is a new camp for where teens ages 13–16 can...

  • Cy Twombly’s Iliad

    2017.05.20

    Cy Twombly’s Fifty Days at Iliam returns to the Museum from a retrospective of the artist’s work at the Centre Pompidou in Paris....

  • Emanation 2017

    2017.06.01

    Emanation 2017 is a contemporary art project that includes artist residencies, educational programs, and an exhibition featuring new works...

  • Dino-mite Summer

    2017.07.05

    Explore your world and have a blast this summer at the Academy of Natural Sciences! You might meet living backyard dinosaurs (you call them birds),...

  • Backyard Adventures

    2017.06.09

    Step into a garden of wonders and experience the fascinating science that’s literally in your own backyard. Discover the amazing interactions...

  • ARTISTS AT WORK: THE PRACTICE OF PAINTING

    2017.07.25

    Benjamin West. John Singleton Copley. Rembrandt Peale. We’re familiar with their paintings, but how much do we know of their challenges in...

  • A Passion for Glass: The Art of Collecting

    2017.07.08

    Inspired by the Museum of American Glass exhibition of Contemporary Art Glass Goblets, this show explores several different contemporary art...

  • At the Center: Masters of American Craft

    2016.08.20

    Explore works by ceramist Rudolf Staffel and woodturner David Ellsworth, two figures who have shaped and influenced American contemporary craft....

  • Backyard Adventures

    2017.06.09

    Step into a garden of wonders and experience the fascinating science that’s literally in your own backyard. Discover the amazing interactions...

  • Dino-mite Date Nite

    2017.07.26

    Treat your other half to an adults-only summer evening picnic at the Academy of Natural Sciences. Start with a glass of wine or a beer at the cash...

  • Bike & Hike: Dog Days of Summer Presented by Dogfish Head Craft Brewery

    2017.07.26

    Bring your canine companion to Hagley for this week’s Bike and Hike. Visit areas normally closed to foot traffic. Bring a picnic or dine at...

  • Coriolanus

    2017.07.26

    Rome is starving. Recovering from one war and bracing for another, the people turn to their hero: Coriolanus—a man ready to lead not only his...

  • Constituting Liberty: From the Declaration to the Bill of Rights

    2016.01.11

    The National Constitution Center is proud to display one of the 12 surviving copies of the Bill of Rights. The Museum of We the People is the first...


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