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PHOTOS: Stretch it out to help decrease daily pain in the body

By Michilea Patterson mpatterson@21st-centurymedia.com @MichileaP on Twitter|

AT THE TABLE WITH: Chris and Xerlin Deery

Chris Deery is an original “Phoenixville Guy.” He and his brother Andrew grew up in the town. He joined the Navy to see the world and ironically got stationed in landlocked Oklahoma. He settled in the area, married and divorced — ...

By Bette Banjack|

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  • Lifestyle

    Phoenix, Reporter & Item Community Calendar: Week of Sept. 3

    Event submissions: Send to editor@phoenixvillenews.com a week prior to publication. Note “Phoenix Calendar” in the subject.

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  • Food

    THE YANKEE CHEF: A pudding that would make ancestors proud

    The original Hasty Pudding, or Indian Pudding, is probably the very first dessert ever made on New England shores by our European ancestors. Don’t listen to other so called culinary historians when they note that Indian Pudding should be baked in order to be classic. This is entirely untrue! This New England dessert was made in a “great kettle” over the fire. Eggs were not wasted in this pudding originally, and are not needed now. When eggs are added, then Indian Pudding...

    By Jim Bailey|

  • Features/People

    Family-owned business gives back to its employees

    Since 2011, Allied Wire and Cable has provided a college scholarship for the children of its employees. For the employee’s child to be considered for the scholarship, the employee must be with Allied for at least three years, the child must have at least a 3.0 GPA, and submit an essay with their application.

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  • Recreation and leisure

    TRAVEL: St. Augustine: The Oldest City in America revitalizes with fountain of youth and a shot of bourbon

    Florida and history are often viewed as mutually exclusive.

    By Ed Condran For Digital First Media|

  • Home and Garden

    FROM THE GROUND UP: Blooming now in a garden near you

    You’ve probably seen them — the big masses of bright, frilly flowers blooming now on tall shrubs with exfoliating bark. These are crepe myrtles and it’s been impossible not to notice them lately. Week after week, their branches have been clad in profuse panicles in a variety of colors — their “signature” pink, along with plain white, and shades of purples and crimson. Gorgeous! And we can expect the blooms to continue a few weeks longer.

    By Pamela Baxter|

  • Lifestyle

    THE TABLE: Returning home again to Phoenixville, Norristown

    After two years of featuring places and events throughout the world, we are coming home.

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  • Lifestyle

    Phoenix, Reporter & Item Community Calendar: Week of Aug. 27

    Event submissions: Send to editor@phoenixvillenews.com a week prior to publication. Note “Phoenix Calendar” in the subject.

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  • Features/People

    ‘Lilypalooza’ in Mont Clare to benefit little girl with cancer

    UPPER PROVIDENCE >> A 6-year-old Red Hill girl battling stage 4 Hodgkin’s lymphoma will be the princess of a party in her honor Sunday at St. Michael’s picnic grounds in Mont Clare.

    By Katie Kohler For Digital First Media|

  • Food

    FOOD: Let veggies take center stage on the grill

    In honor of Pennsylvania Produce Month, lighten up the grill and let veggies take “center flame.”

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media|

  • Food

    THE YANKEE CHEF: Craving some ribs? These are easy to prepare

    Want ribs? Want simple to prepare ribs? Want some good ol’ tasty, simple to prepare ribs? This is your recipe. What a great flavor and you most likely have everything in your fridge or pantry already. Get to grillin’!

    By Jim Bailey|

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