Arts & Entertainment

March 22, 2019

WASHINGTON — The Internal Revenue Service will provide a free online, web-based information session in two languages on Thursday, March 28, 2019, to help people understand how to do a ‘Paycheck Checkup.’ Doing a Paycheck Checkup means checking tax withholding using the IRS Withholding Calculator ...

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Norristown, PA — The Montgomery County Planning Commission is looking towards the public to submit nominations for Projects and the people behind those projects representing the best in site design, environmental stewardship, and planning advocacy in Montgomery County. Nominations for the 2019 ...

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As the courtship season begins for peregrine falcons,residents of all ages and visitors from all over the world can observe and study one of the fastest animals on earth by, tuning in to the Union County Falcon Cam. “The Falcon Cam is a great opportunity for residents of all ages to experience ...

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Ardmore, Lower Merion Township, PA — According to Lower Merion Township officials area roadways are becoming ragged and pocked with potholes as winter grinds to a close.”  The township is looking for help finding the gouges, cracks, and hollows that end up damaging care tires and steering ...

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  Rosemont, Lower Merion Township — Lower Merion School District officials distributed the following press release today:   Harriton High School Student Wins Prestigious Science Talent Search   (ROSEMONT, Pa.) – Samuel Weissman, 17, a senior at Harriton High School, was awarded ...

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  Wynnewood, Lower Merion Township, PA — Tonight most of us will lose an hour of sleep as we turn our clocks forward for daylight savings time. Many people dread daylight savings times “spring forward” time change because of the sixty minutes loss of sleep         At 2 AM, we will "spring ...

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Ardmore, Lower Merion Township, PA — There is a certain aesthetic for DIY bands. Beat up vans, worn out instruments, rough and tumble sound. It’s an integral part of punk and garage rock culture. When Wheatus took the stage Thursday night in Ardmore, they couldn’t have less looked the part.

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  Penn Wynne, Lower Merion, PA — The Penn Wynne Civic Association 1st Annual Dessert Festival was held in the Community Room of The Penn Wynne Presbyterian Church today in Wynnewood.   Neighbors, friends and business people mingled over a large variety of specialty desserts and treats ...

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  Penn Wynne, Lower Merion, PA — Are you looking for something different and fun to do?  The 1st Annual Dessert Festival, a free event, starts tomorrow, March 3rd at 2 PM and lasts until 5 PM.  You can meet your neighbors and friends at the Penn Wynne Presbyterian Church.   “Not only can ...

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“Lower Merion High School Auditorium never sounded as sweet as it did today,” said Arthur Van Young of Rosemont.  Van Young came to hear “the Sirens of Baggot Street” which is the Merion Mercy Academy team. Ardmore, Lower Merion Township, PA — The Rotary Club of Ardmore held its 7th annual A ...

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Note: This is an Op-Ed Article The press kills itself trying to publish news and be the first with a story.  The media lately is making news through its actions, sometimes even becoming a part of a news story.    I am not talking about the popular social media topic of "Fake News." I am ...

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Ardmore, Lower Merion Township, PA — The Ardmore Rotary is sponsoring its 7th Annual A Cappella Sing-Off on Sunday, January 27, 2019, at 1 p.m. in the Auditorium at Lower Merion High School, 315 E. Montgomery Avenue, Ardmore, PA, according to Rotary member Fred Fromhold.   "This is an event the ...

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ARDMORE, PA -- Lower Merion Library System branch, the Ardmore Library, has announced a partnership with the University of Pennsylvania’s Community Outreach Project, which is part of its Critical Writing Program and will be assisting local residents in common writing tasks. The Ardmore branch is ...

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LOWER MERION, PA -- Over the past five years, Montco Works, which serves Montgomery County as the local area’s workforce development board, has invited employers in the region to showcase to the future workforce the high paying, in-demand opportunities available in the manufacturing sector. This ...

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All technology has been greeted with skepticism and disbelief upon its introduction.  Sometimes this initial reaction can include fear, paranoia, and anger.  The introduction and subsequent proliferation of digital assistants like Alexa, Cortana, Google, and Siri are no exceptions to this as ...

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UPDATE: This story has been updated with live photos from the event! Wynnewood, Lower Merion, PA, — “3, 2, 1” the countdown was called out over the bullhorn and at 12:00 pm the 20-pound candy filled ball was dropped from Ladder 21, a high rise ladder truck.  Over 100 eager children and their ...

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Wynnewood, Lower Merion, PA, — “3, 2, 1” the countdown was called out over the bullhorn and at 12:00 pm the 20-pound candy filled ball was dropped from Ladder 21, a high rise ladder truck.  Over 100 eager children and their parents rang in the New Year at Noon yesterday in front of the ...

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Lower Merion Township, PA -- We here at the TAPinto Lower Merion and Narberth offices would like to wish all of our readers a happy new year! We hope 2019 is as informative and exciting as 2018 has been. TAPinto provides in-depth coverage of your town's news. Sign Up for E-News and get the ...

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Penn Wynne, Lower Merion Township, PA — On Monday, New Year's Eve, during the day, Penn Wynne is celebrating New Year's Eve at Noon, a fun-filled family event bringing the feel of New Year's Eve to the daylight. The event is co-sponsored by the Penn Wynne Library and civic associations and the Penn ...

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The staff at TAPinto would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! This is our first holiday with you in Lower Merion and Narberth. And we have loved every minute of it. We can't wait to get started on bringing you all more local news and stories about your town.

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PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, CO – Santa should be very familiar with New Jersey. On Christmas Eve, Santa takes off from the North Pole to begin his global journey to bring presents and joy to children.  As it has for more than six decades, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) will ...

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The North Pole, Earth —  Hello Santa? If you’ve always wanted to call Santa just for fun this-this is the year that you can do it. And the call to the big guy at the North Pole is free. “Hey Google, call Santa” is all you have to say on your phone using the Google Assistant or using the Google ...

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The Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA)  announced 11 Harriton High School student musicians were selected for the 2018-19 District 11 Band and Orchestra representing schools throughout Bucks and Montgomery counties. The PMEA is an affiliate of the National Association for Music ...

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Welcome to ‘Winning Culture’ the new column focusing on the Philadelphia 76ers for tapintothemainline.com. Throughout the season we will be following the Sixers and trying to make sense of going from 10 wins to hopefully 55 in just three years. Be sure to check back each week for offbeat ...

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The North Pole, Earth —  Hello Santa? If you’ve always wanted to call Santa just for fun this-this is the year that you can do it. And the call to the big guy at the North Pole is free. “Hey Google, call Santa” is all you have to say on your phone using the Google Assistant or using the Google ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - So often a particular phrase will be heard this time year, usually when a high-school age youth opens that gift from a distance aunt and finds a sweater he wouldn't dare wear, and his mother says, "It's the thought that counts." Too often, says Larry Temkin, distinguished ...

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The North Pole, Earth —  Hello Santa? If you’ve always wanted to call Santa just for fun this-this is the year that you can do it. And the call to the big guy at the North Pole is free. “Hey Google, call Santa” is all you have to say on your phone using the Google Assistant or using the Google ...

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The North Pole, Earth —  Hello Santa? If you’ve always wanted to call Santa just for fun this-this is the year that you can do it. And the call to the big guy at the North Pole is free. “Hey Google, call Santa” is all you have to say on your phone using the Google Assistant or using the Google ...

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The North Pole, Earth —  Hello Santa? If you’ve always wanted to call Santa just for fun this-this is the year that you can do it. And the call to the big guy at the North Pole is free. “Hey Google, call Santa” is all you have to say on your phone using the Google Assistant or using the Google ...

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Welcome to ‘Winning Culture’ the new column focusing on the Philadelphia 76ers for tapintothemainline.com. Throughout the season we will be following the Sixers and trying to make sense of going from 10 wins to hopefully 55 in just three years. Be sure to check back each week for offbeat ...

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