Here’s what you may have missed in Northwest Philadelphia this week:
A group of local musicians has crafted a show in the vein of the well-known NPR radio program, “A Prairie Home Companion.” “Mt. Airy Home Companion” will debut on Sunday. Check out Alaina Mabaso’s story to learn about how the humor-driven show came together.
Germantown resident Viviette Applewhite recently cleared a major hurdle in her effort to obtain valid photo identification before November’s general election. Check out Aaron Moselle story to learn more about the 93-year-old’s predicament and what’s still stopping her from achieving her goal.
An eyesore of a building on West Price Street has been a thorn in the side of one local resident that’s tirelessly worked to improve the appearance of neighborhood. Check out Kristen Mosbrucker’s story to learn more about Tim Smigelski and what may happen with the property going forward.
The Mt. Airy mainstay was robbed at gunpoint last weekend for the first time in its history. Check out Will Black’s story to learn more details about the incident and how employees are feeling in the aftermath.
Tyler Fleming of Rochester, New York, recently took home the prestigious award. Check out Corrine Warnshuis’ to learn more about what the recent graduate plans to do with the grant.