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Farm To Table
Aside from being known as the Mushroom Capital of the World, Kennett Square is surrounded by many beautiful farmlands. We have beloved orchards, cut flower farms, rolling hills of vegetables, and mouth-watering artisanal cheeses —all being produced just miles away.
From fresh markets offering locally-sourced ingredients to delicious restaurants ensuringRead on →
Fig Giving Back: Scudder Stevens
WHEN SCUDDER STEVENS talks about his thirty years in Kennett Square, he doesn’t describe a succession of events. Instead, he describes a web of people and relationships: “We’re all connected.”
Stevens, a general practice lawyer, began to get involved with volunteer efforts in Kennett through the Rotary, which lead to a position on the board of the SeniorRead on →
Fresh Face: Squeeze On State
“Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile. Sometimes your joy is the source of someone else’s smile.”
It’s appropriate that those were the words hand-lettered on the chalkboard of Squeeze on State at its grand opening in early May. After all, they point to some of the key ideals owner Mathew Shook has for his new business: community and fun.
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Fig Authentic: Bill Holdsworth
WHEN HE’S OFF DUTY, Bill Holdsworth experiences Kennett Square like everyone else—enjoying coffee at Philter or dinner in town with his wife Debbie. But when he’s working, Holdsworth sees the town through a unique lens: as Police Chief.
Holdsworth was sworn in to his new position on April 3, but he’s hardly a new face on the force; he’s been around for twoRead on →
Fresh Face: Grain
WHEN YOU WALK INTO Grain Craft Bar & Kitchen on State Street, certain things feel familiar—the original Candy Kitchen floor tile, the rooftop dining, the casual atmosphere where you can comfortably bring your date, your family, or your friends.
But other aspects feel fresh and new, such as the entertainment. “Live music is a big part of who we are,” saysRead on →