Two Philly-born brothers, both priests and military chaplains, to be buried together in Arlington’s Chaplains Hill

A graveside ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery will mark a reunion of sorts for the Revs. Robert and Frank Brett, brothers who served as military chaplains in Vietnam, and died nearly 50 years apart.

They’re divorcing. They’re still good friends. How did the Weidners do it?

A new route for divorce — collaborative divorce — can dissolve a marriage in a year or less and can help eliminate the bitterness and cost of the process.

They’re divorcing. They’re still good friends. How did the Weidners do it?

A new route for divorce — collaborative divorce — can dissolve a marriage in a year or less and can help eliminate the bitterness and cost of the process.

Parents dread life ‘without a Rock n Play’: Fisher-Price recall triggers shock, frustration

Some parents are keeping the rocker, despite the warnings.

Parents dread life ‘without a Rock n Play’: Fisher-Price recall triggers shock, frustration

Some parents are keeping the rocker, despite the warnings.

The Parent Trip: Sara and Dion Lindmont of North Wales

“We wanted to have that connection with the birth mother,” Dion says. “We wanted the child to know where he came from. It’s another group of people who will love him.”

The Parent Trip: Sara and Dion Lindmont of North Wales

“We wanted to have that connection with the birth mother,” Dion says. “We wanted the child to know where he came from. It’s another group of people who will love him.”
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The Parent Trip: Lauren and Richard Matteo of Exton

In November, they spent a long Saturday readying the house, then settled down to watch a comedy special on Netflix. They like to say they laughed Luciana into being born.

Are you really connected with your son? How to raise your boy free of stereotypes, according to a local expert.

What we can learn from Joe Biden and #MeToo about how to de-emphasize old-school masculinity.

The Parent Trip: Sarah and Ben Leaman of Abington

“Shortly after we had Claire, I knew in my heart that I wanted to adopt the next child,” Sarah says.

The Parent Trip: Zakiyyah and Ty Wagerle of West Chester

Zakiyyah called Ty at the gym, crying so hard he thought she was saying, “Our parents.” He panicked: Was someone ill? Then he realized his wife was saying, “We’re parents."

The Parent Trip: Brittany Frank and Chris O’Hey

Recently, the boys were squabbling. “I want to hold the baby. ... No, I do! ... I’m going to protect her more! ... No, I’m going to!”

Beloved kids’ book illustrator Jerry Pinkney has a big new show in Chestnut Hill

Freedom’s Journal: The Art of Jerry Pinkney, at the Woodmere Art Museum, spans 60 years of the esteemed illustrator's career, and 400 years of African American history.

The Parent Trip: Naomi and Adam Lerman of Plymouth Meeting

It’s harder, with two, to balance everyone’s needs, Naomi says. At the same time, there are daily invitations to astonishment.

The Parent Trip: Courtney and Mark D’Avella of Glenside

As her belly grew, Oliver would nuzzle close and offer kisses, but when his parents asked, “Do you want a baby to come live with us?” he’d say, “No.”

The Parent Trip: Erin and Bill Dischinger of Andorra

With Ophelia, “we were so scared,” Erin recalls. “If we weren’t holding her, we were thinking: Is she breathing? Is she warm enough? Is she too warm? We had no clue. With Charlotte, we weren’t as nervous.”

‘The onus is not on them’: Breaking down stereotypes, misconceptions, and myths about black women, marriage at the Free Library

A Q&A with sociologist and licensed clinical social worker Sarah Adeyinka-Skold about black women's marriage patterns and dating trends. Adeyinka-Skold will speak about the myths and misconceptions about black women marrying at the Free Library on Feb. 20.

Happy Owlentine’s Day: Temple’s mascot gets married

On Valentine's Day, Temple’s live mascot owl, Stella, said "I do" to her longtime mate, Sherlock, at their home in the Elmwood Park Zoo. Philadelphia Eagles' bald eagle mascot, Noah, officiated the wedding.

Chocolate is ‘decadent and mystical.’ Here’s why the professionals come to Philly to learn its secrets.

A representative for Blommer Chocolate Company, a large supplier, pointed out emerging flavor trends — bee pollen, butterscotch, and Japanese citrus

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