Every summer, on and off, since 1970 West Chester has been hosting its very own music festival. The all day concert has the feel of the another area. Maybe it’s all the tie-dye and crochet-embellished clothing for sale or maybe it’s the concert’s organic beginnings - just a group of musicians and the friends that came to see them play - but there is something nostalgic about the whole production. After being forced to cancel last year due to COVID-19, Turks Head is back and ready to rock 50 (and 1) years after that first concert in the park.
Who needs a drink? It’s been a long summer, and not always in a good way. Well, we’ve made it to the end. So in honor of surviving, I am sharing the best to-go drinks in West Chester and where to get them. Cheers.
West Chester University students have a return by date, organized sports practices get the okay to resume and the latest details on the Gay Street closing including, where you'll go to the bathroom. We are heading out on vacation tomorrow but before we leave we have some catching up to do. Let's get started!
Today we're talking coronavirus updates. We review what's still open, look at ways to give back and check out the latest craze consuming the kiddos. It's been wild, West Chester. Grab your favorite hoarded liquor and let's get started.
Updated: COVID-19 hits home - West Chester University is closed, West Chester Area School District schools are closed, and the Borough plans to issue a state of emergency. On a lighter note, the Public Arts Commission is planning to stencil chalk mouths around all the gum on the sidewalks. It’s about balance, people. Grab your favorite hand sanitizer and let’s get started!
There was a murderer at the Quality Inn, while, coronavirus fears invaded the Borough. Saints Simon & Jude was closed due to the flu and I would seriously rethink a meal at the West Chester Diner. Fortunately, we have $1 Cannoli Day to look forward to. Grab a drink and let's get going.