ICYMI (I did), Uptown Theater did a little soul-searching (and house-cleaning) in February parting ways with both Executive Director April Evans and Artistic Director Carmen Kahn. They also hit stop on the idea of creating professional-level plays in-house.
Preserving West Chester’s Neighborhood “Charm”
This week the Borough Council made it clear they are done with out-of-place new builds pushing back against a modern-looking condominium planned for S. Matlack Street.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Mar. 17, 2023
Happy St. Patty’s Day! This week West Chester fights to preserve neighborhood charm against the intruding sameness of modern construction. Plus, after two unique performances, Uptown calls it quits on producing its own plays. And discussion topic: is La Scala’s Fire finally going to open at 44 West? Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
West Chester Film Festival Reveals Festival Poster
This April the West Chester Film Festival is back for its 17th festival. “Community is what makes the West Chester Film Festival so special, and we love showcasing local artists,” said WCFF's Victoria Rose.
130 N. Church St. Celebrates 100 Years of Haircuts
130 N. Church St is celebrating 100 years of barbers and its first woman owner. “3 hours later, I owned a barbershop.”Amy Rose Trout, owner, Charlie and Co. Barbershop This year, actually two weeks from now, will mark the 100-year anniversary of a “Charlie’s” Barber Shop on N. Church Street. “I had no idea,” said … Continue reading 130 N. Church St. Celebrates 100 Years of Haircuts
A Street-by-Street Look at Planned High Street Improvements
This week PennDOT held a public meeting and outlined their $2 million plans for High Street. See what will change at each intersection from Miner St. to Rosedale Ave.