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Slice of Suburbia: Frazer

Frazer, Pennsylvania isn’t so much a town as it is a bunch of great spots along Route 30, about 30 miles west of Philadelphia, PA.

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7 Ways NOT to Gain Weight During the Holiday Season

Don’t you just love this time of year? The holiday music playing in your ear, children anticipating the coming of Santa, that sweet potato pie, those chocolate chip  cookies or how about the stuffing and glazed biscuits? Uh oh, I think we ran into a dilemma!

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Slice of Suburbia: Collegeville

Collegeville is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia on the Perkiomen Creek. Collegeville was incorporated in 1896. It is the seat of Ursinus College, which opened in 1869. 

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Black Friday Watch 1.0-Bad Economy means more deals than ever in 2009

It's that time of the year again, which many of us dread-Christmas shopping season.  At the same time, it's also time for preparing for Black Friday, which is four weeks away.

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Slice of Suburbia-Skippack

It seems in the fall, many communities are having community days. In the continuing Slice of Suburbia series, I am taking you out to Skippack.

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Slice of Suburbia-Phoenixville

Hello P2P readers. Welcome to the newest section of Philly2Philly.com- Slice of Suburbia ™ where I’ll be featuring various towns outside of Philadelphia. This week’s spotlight is on Phoenixville, a vibrant little town at the juncture of the French Creek and the Schuylkill River and four miles north of the Valley Forge National Park. The Borough of Phoenixville was incorporated in 1849, and now is a growing community of over 16,000 people, situated twenty-five miles northwest of Philadelphia.

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Slice of Suburbia--Media

Hello P2P readers. Welcome to the newest feature on Philly2Philly.com- Slice of Suburbia ™ where I’ll be featuring various towns outside of Philadelphia. While Philly2Philly.com is totally dedicated to all things Philly, we also want to reach out to our readers living on the edge.

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