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February 2019 Events

Looking for something to do this month? Check out our list of February events we came up with. February 14th – Painting With A Twist – Valentine’s Day Sessions Weather if your single, taken, or heartbroken, this event is for you. Enjoy a tall glass of wine, and let your creative side loose this Valentine’s […]

West Chester Wedding Guide 2019 Wedding Showcase

The West Chester Wedding Showcase is back better than ever — on February 24th at the American Helicopter Museum & Education Center.   What better way to start wedding planning, than with an “appetizer-sampler” full of vendors. Couples have the option to pick and choose — what they like and dislike. All in one place. More than […]

Axe out NF2

Tilted Axes is holding a special fundraising event, February 2nd — to support the research of ending Neurofibromatosis Type 2. NF2 Biosolutions is the host of the event and the company in charge of this great cause. Their mission is to accelerate gene therapy research on Neurofibromatosis Type 2 (NT2). NF2 is a rare genetic […]

“Curtis on Tour” Returns to Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center

On February 9th — vocalists from the Curtis Opera Theater are performing at Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center starting at 7pm. The Curtis on Tour program, established in 2008 is centered around students, faculty, and alumni. With a “learn by doing” philosophy, the program offers real-world professional touring opportunities. Since the program began, the crew performed at […]

Rebuilding the Borough one Building at a Time

The philosophy of how ZUKIN Realty is transforming our town. Story by – Dan Mathers Scott Zukin, president of Zukin Realty, has a tendency to be very optimistic about the benefits of development in the borough, and considering that the company his father founded, which he now runs, has been at the center of much […]

Designed to Heal

Chester County Hospital continues to expand its coverage, and to do so, they’re gonna need a bigger building. It’s a phenomenon familiar to anyone who’s ever undertaken a home renovation or DIY project: you identify a situation (this room is looking drab!), pinpoint a solution (let’s rip up this tired carpeting!), and like a Hydra, […]

44 West Turning a Corner

The patience and persistence of Eli Kahn pays off as 44 West goes forward. All design work and renderings of 44 West are the property of Bernardon. Five Seconds. That’s how long it takes a pedestrian to decide if he or she wants to continue walking down any given urban road based on the appeal […]

Owner of the Month – Dr. Leonard Giunta

Dr. Leonard Giunta is a man of many talents, but today we’re chatting (mostly) about his Gay Street furniture business. Photo by Amy Tucker Interview by Dan Mathers So, how’s a doctor end up running a furniture business? Well, for years I’ve developed real estate, and I had a piece of real estate in Exton […]

West Chester Monthly Events – January

We are now adding an additional section in the magazine, focusing on events happening in West Chester each month. For any upcoming events you’d like to be featured, please email courtney@mathersproductions.com January 15 – Uptown! Speaker Series: Good Night Ladies Watch an award winning film directed by Christina Hannum, who tells an incredible story of […]

Tips on How to Avoid the Winter Blues

Have you felt yourself moving into a certain “funk” during the winter season? If you have, it’s understandable.   With the weather being so cold and gloomy, it’s easy to feel this way. We came up with a list that may help with that “winter blues” , to get you back on track and feeling […]