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Wynnewood and Narberth

Dr. Thomas Wynne, William Penn’s personal physician, ensured the real estate magnate’s good health when they sailed from Britain to the Province of Pennsylvania in 1682. Centuries later, landmarks in the locale that took the good doctor’s name tend to both body and soul. 

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Dining Dozen: Where to Book Valentine’s Day Dinner on the Main Line

Dining Dozen: Where to Book Valentine’s Day Dinner on the Main Line

We’re taking the guesswork out of where to book a table for two for Valentine’s Day 2014 by spotlighting a dozen prix fixes.

Bigger Does Not Have to Mean Better When It Comes to a College Campus

For students seeking an intimate learning environment, there are plenty of options in the region.

Narberth Restaurant Review: Johns Mims’ Return Via Carmine’s Creole Café

Narberth Restaurant Review: Johns Mims’ Return Via Carmine’s Creole Café

Visit the Deep South by way of approachable Bayou fare and a healthy dose of Southern hospitality.

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