It's November, and we already have a decision on the 2023 Gay Street closure. That's progress, people. What was decided and what issues still need to be resolved before we can make this thing permanent. Plus, speaking of downtown drama, Chester County History Center is in an agreement to sell its iconic High Street property, our favorite Bruschetta guy is leaving town and Barstool Sports Dave Portnoy caused quite a stir with local pizza owners. Who's ready? Let's catch up.
No longer just a place to watch a show, Uptown! Performing Arts Center is now a content producer. What that means and what to expect from their first theater performance in years. Plus, is this the end of West Chester's Halloween parade? After successfully pulling off its first parade in years, the Borough announced this week it is ready to call it quits and how likely is it you'll find the house of your dreams in the Borough? In this real estate climate, not likely. We look at the numbers. Grab yourself a hot beverage and let's catch up.
This week, the Melton Center dreams big with plans for a cafe and new daycare center. A Right to Know Request reveals the emails that led to the Outfest cancelation and Philly restauranteurs Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby are set to bring their latest vegan concept to Dilworthtown. Plus, movie sets on High Street, Saucey's is closed and Restaurant Inspection reports. This is what I get for taking a week off. Who's ready? Let's catch up.
While the Gay Street weekend-only or 24/7 debate rages on, one thing is becoming increasingly clear, West Chester's Open Air Market will start much earlier and end later than in previous years. Also, new development is planned for the old Wyeth property - it's not Amazon, but it's for real this time - and the Borough presents its final budget for 2023. Grab yourself a Phillies cookie (or two) and let's catch up.
Staycation will get a whole new meaning if regal Greystone Hall is granted its wish to become a 4-star inn. The plans and what a "very upscale" guest room could look like. Plus, the latest on the search for a serial burglar has been terrorizing the southeast end of the Borough - seven break-ins were reported in September alone, the Borough's first selfie wall and enough treats to make the rest bearable. Who's ready? Let's catch up.
This week we get our first look at the plan to make the seasonal Gay Street closure permanent - and spoiler alert - the plan is gates. Yes, gates. Plus, we talk to the Chili King about what to expect when the Cook-Off returns on Sunday and restaurant inspection reports for September. It was a no-good, very bad month, for one local food service provider. Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.