“Over the last 35 years, working both as an assistant and then as a veterinarian, I have collected many wonderful memories regarding families and their pets. I do have the best job in the world, to witness daily the special and unique bond between humans and their pets... A pet’s unconditional love and interaction truly awaken one’s soul in a…
Seeking Readers to Spotlight Do you know someone in this community who goes above and beyond to give back in the West Chester & Liberty area? Do you know a local resident who has conquered a unique challenge and has a great story to tell? Do you have a holiday recipe with a great family … Continued
For many of us, August is a bittersweet turning point in the calendar year. Summer is drawing to a close, and the school bells will be ringing any day now. While the lazy days of sipping cool beverages poolside may be numbered, this month brings a sense of renewal. New routines, new clothes and new … Continued
West Chester and Liberty Lifestyle gathered our partners together at Grainworks Brewing Company in West Chester to thank those people and businesses that make this magazine possible. We expressed our sincere appreciation for our advertising partners, community partners, townships and staff. Grist Bistro offered tasty morsels which were washed down with local beer from Grainworks. Photos by Richard Alexander Photography.
In a lower-level business plaza off Snider Road, practically hidden from view, Kitty Brew Cafe allows customers the opportunity to eat and drink alongside cats available for adoption. Owner Jenni Barrett started the business in 2017 after years of volunteering with Animal Friends Humane Society, a rescue partner for the cafe’s cats.
Michelle Staub doesn’t just embroider pet pictures; she makes memories for pet parents around the world. A self-taught artist who originally embroidered video game characters, Michelle found she loved showcasing animal subjects when she created a piece featuring her own cat, Purrl.
One’s teenage years can be thrilling, but the pressure to achieve can make those years stressful. In response to rising mental health needs, Lakota Local Schools has adopted a proactive strategy, one that works to plant seeds of hope for students experiencing loneliness, depression or desperation.