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 […]

2019 Bartenders Ball Tickets Available Now

Tickets for the 2019 West Chester Bartender’s Ball, are now up for sale.   The Bartenders Ball is on January 27th, at the Chester County Historical Society from 6pm to 10:30pm. If you are unfamiliar with this event, it is a annual bar and restaurant fundraiser. In years past, the West Chester Bartender’s Ball raised […]

New Years Eve Guide for Downtown West Chester

Looking to spend your New Years Eve in Downtown West Chester? Plan your night, by using our NYE Guide. We have compiled a list of places in town, that are having specials and public events tomorrow night. Starting with – Ryan’s Pub – 124 W Gay St Time: 9pm – 12am (specials) and 10pm – […]

RTC’s Lend Me A Tenor Show is a Must See

  The Resident Theater Company (A New York Theater in West Chester) is now showing their new Comedy performance Lend Me A Tenor. We had the opportunity to attend the opening night this past Friday, at the Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center. Without giving away too much, Lend Me A Tenor by Ken Ludwig is […]

Local Holiday Gift Guide 2018

Needing some last minute gifts? Here are some gift ideas from our local businesses.   West Paw Big Sky Blanket- All The Dogs (13 S Church St) Handcrafted in Bozeman, MT, this comfy machine washable blanket will keep your pup cozy all winter long. Not to mention it will shield your furniture from fur and drool. […]

Owner of the Month: Nancy Tuttle

Nancy Tuttle, namesake of Tuttle Marketing, prides herself on supplying service the internet can never provide. Photo by: Amy Tucker Interview by: Dan Mathers So, you’ve been at this for a bit, right? This year we celebrated our 25th anniversary—started in 1993. How’d things start out? We’ve always worked in promotional products and slowly gained […]

Brandywine Ballet Post-Review

The Brandywine Ballet’s Nutcracker performance was absolutely outstanding. After managing to score two tickets for the Saturday morning performance, and I was so excited. As a former dancer of eight years, I was very familiar with this holiday recital. On the other hand, Devin (my boyfriend) has never seen it. This was his first ballet […]

Bartender of the Month: Sean Brown

Sean Brown of Split Rail Tavern talks about quality craft brews and great food. Photo by: Amy Tucker Interview by: Dan Mathers How long have you been at Split Rail? Since we first opened 3.5 years ago, and I’ve been bartending for a little over a year. Why do you think you were nominated for […]