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“Style is a reflection of your attitude and your personality.” –Shawn Ashmore

Press PUBLISHER Dan Mathers dan@thewcpress.com

COLUMNISTS WC Food Co-op wcfoodcoop@thewcpress.com Becca Boyd bboyd@thewcpress.com Jamie Jones jjones@thewcpress.com Andrea Mason amason@thewcpress.com DJ Romeo romeo@thewcpress.com

ADVERTISING MANAGER Nick Vecchio nick@thewcpress.com EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Skye McDonald skye@thewcpress.com GRAPHIC DESIGNER Nazarena Luzzi Castro nazarenaluzzi.com

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Our no-nonsense table of contents MALENA'S VINTAGE PETER'S SALON & SPA PHINEAS GAGE PLATINUM SALON TISH BARTENDER OF THE MONTH Getting to know Erin Brosius of Saloon 151

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Letter

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Editor

Dan Mathers shares some personal insight about this month’s theme

For the last two years, my home has been a work in progress. Room by room, we’ve updated a house that hasn’t seen a renovation since the mid ‘60s, and as a first-time homeowner on a budget, I’ve decided to handle every project myself. It’s been a dirty, grueling job, and it’s significantly changed my lifestyle: I’ve traded in bar crawls for power saws and lazy Sundays for work-filled weekends. In turn, this lifestyle change has impacted my fashion sense. I’ve now got what I call my Home Depot outfit: a pair of paint-splattered jeans and whatever threadbare t-shirt's atop the laundry pile. I clip a utility knife to my pocket, snap a tape measure to my belt and head to Big Orange. I do this even if I’m just popping by for a paint brush, because the employees treat me differently when when my clothes signify that I belong. Just as with any other outfit, my Home Depot clothes tell a story about who I am, and I’ve noticed—somewhat worryingly— that I’m rapidly becoming my father. Like him, I repurpose wornout athletic sneakers as work shoes. I traded in my sports car, and now we both drive black pickups. My girlfriend recently pointed out that I've embraced dad fashion without having any kids. Dad fashion means preferring comfort over sophistication. I used to wear slim-fitting, size-medium shirts from name brands. These days I opt for a loose-fitting large, branded only by the logos of Philly sports teams, Penn State or a place I stopped on vacation. I’ve got a pair of jeans that should’ve long since found their way to the garbage, but the fit is so satisfying that I refuse to let them go. The embodiment of dad fashion is preferring practicality over style. Going to be on my feet for an extended period? I ditch Vans for sneakers with arch support. I’ve put away my Komono watches to sport a FitBit that monitors my slowing metabolism’s impact on the fit of my favorite jeans. The change in my collection of hats is inversely proportional to the number of hairs on my head. But it’s not all bad. I’m at an age where—between my girlfriend and I—we’re attending upwards of eight weddings a year and are now invited to more formal affairs. That means my closet is beginning to accumulate a good number of nice suits. I have each one aggressively tailored for a slim fit, in part because I want to look my best and also as incentive to never gain weight—I don’t wanna drop this kinda cash more than once in a decade. So far, it’s working. When wedding season rolls around, I consistently shed ten pounds so I can button my better suits. Style isn’t just what some expert tells you is in this season. Everyone’s fashion sense is influenced by their lifestyle, and it’s important to lend credence to your personal predilection. To do that, diversity is essential, and that’s part of what makes this issue great—we’ve featured an incredible variety of local looks. From vintage to contemporary, eco-friendly to sport-inspired, there are amazing options to influence your individual tastes, so that whatever your current lifestyle, you can find your favorite fashions right in your hometown. —dan@thewcpress.com

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Near and Far

Jamie Jones of Whirlaway Travel explores some travel options abroad and highlights their local counterparts

One of my favorite aspects of traveling is the aesthetic inspiration I find in new locales. Traveling to Africa I fell in love with Singita Lebombo’s muted color palette—it offered both a sense of place and feeling of luxury, all while blending in seamlessly with a rough and wild surrounding landscape. In Amsterdam I became so enamored with the blue hue on the Hotel Pulitzer's lobby walls that I asked the concierge to track down the manufacturer and color. While in Hawaii I fell in love with the contrast of lava rock and lush greenery along the arid western coast of the Big Island. Every destination offers its own unique beauty. Now that spring has finally sprung, we’ll get to spend most of our time outdoors working on projects—be they gardening or just moving rocks from one part of the yard to another—and, best of all, entertaining. Our home, like most others, is a work in progress. We have worked feverishly year after year to improve the aesthetic to make it our own, and what began as just a starter has turned into our forever home. Well, at least in my mind—my husband might disagree. Last year we hired Colorful Remedies, a local, fine painting and custom carpentry business to paint, replace shutters and put the finishing touches on our deck. In the epitome of marital compromises I chose that hue I loved in Amsterdam, Farrow and Ball’s Hague Blue, and my husband picked natural cedar shutters with copper capping and rust doors with grey trim. Colorful Remedies owner Greg Flaherty recommended converting our deck railing into a bar with a mini pergola, reminiscent of our time sipping wine in French vineyards. With a refreshed exterior we wanted to make sure that the quality of our garden beds matched, so we enlisted the services of West Chester Mulch and Topsoil, a new business started by lifelong resident Kelly Burns. Until last year we'd purchase bags of subpar stuff from whichever big box was having the best sale, but by mid-summer they'd be dried, colorless and in need of a refreshing. Between superiority of the product and the fantastic service, West Chester Mulch and Topsoil exceeded our expectations. Kelly accurately determined exactly how much mulch we needed, which saved us time and money. And, we learned a few things in the process: the difference between bagged and fresh is significant, and also, kids love to get filthy in fresh mulch. This summer we plan to add lush foliage to evoke our time trekking to waterfalls in Hawaii. Every afternoon our paint job takes me back to Amsterdam, and I have plans to decorate our living area in muted tones, balanced with an heirloom oriental rug to mimic the open air living spaces overlooking African sunsets. Travel isn’t just about the event itself, it is about the foundational experiences that have the ability to impact our lives—improving your sense of style is just one of the many ways experiencing other cultures can change your life for the better. —jjones@thewcpress.com

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Home

Becca Boyd shares tips on life and cooking on her blog at homebeccanomics.com

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Food goes out of style as quickly as fashion, but one thing we can always be sure of is that good taste(s) persists. I present two recipes that are on trend (dairy-free, gluten-free and anything with pistachios) whilst ageold. What do you say, folks, is it time to bring back the casserole? –bboyd@thewcpress.com

Chicken, Bok Choy and Rice Casserole serves 4-6 3 tbsp. olive oil, divided Rice Salt and Pepper 2 c. brown rice 2 c. chicken broth 3 c. boiling water 3 tbsp. tamari or soy sauce 1 tbsp. olive oil 2 tbsp. corn starch 1 tsp. kosher salt 1 tsp. honey Casserole 3 cloves garlic, minced 9 sm. baby bok choy 1 1/2 lb. boneless, skinless, 1-2 tbsp. sesame seeds 1/4 c. thinly sliced scallions thin-cut chicken breasts 1. Preheat oven to 375˚F. Combine rice, water, salt and olive oil in a 9x13” baking dish. Cover with foil and bake 1 hour. Remove foil and fluff rice with fork. 2. In a large nonstick skillet, heat 2 tbsp. of olive oil over medium-high heat to simmering. Halve bok choy and add, cut side down. When browned, flip and brown on second side. 3. Top cooked brown rice with bok choy in an even layer. 4. Reduce heat to medium. In empty pan, add remaining oil. Salt and pepper chicken on both sides and arrange in pan. Cook until browned, then flip. Cook through. Arrange chicken on top of bok choy. 5. While chicken cooks, whisk chicken broth, tamari, cornstarch and honey in a small mixing bowl. 6. Add garlic to pan and saute about 30 seconds, stirring until fragrant and light brown. Stir sauce to avoid cornstarch settling and add to garlic in pan. Let cook, whisking frequently and scraping pan bottom until sauce has thickened. Pour over chicken in pan. Serve. Chicken, Bok Choy and Rice Casserole serves 4-6 2 1/4 c. all purpose flour 1/2 c. chopped dried apricots 1 c. sugar 2 large eggs 2 tsp. lemon zest 1 egg white 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1 egg yolk 1/2 tsp. salt 1 tbsp. fresh lemon juice 1 c. unsalted, shelled pistachios 1 tsp. vanilla extract

1. Preheat oven to 325˚F. 2. Whisk flour, sugar, lemon zest, baking powder and salt in a large bowl. 3. Stir in pistachios and apricots. 4. Whisk eggs, yolk, lemon juice and vanilla in a small bowl. 5. Slowly pour egg mixture into dry ingredients and mix until just blended. 6. With clean hands, knead and shape the dough in the bowl. On a greased cookie sheet, shape dough into two 2x4x16” logs. 7. Add 1 tbsp. water to remaining egg white and beat with a fork. Brush mixture over logs. 8. Bake for 40 minutes. Remove and let cool 10 minutes, keeping oven at 325˚F. 9. Cut into 1” slices and return to pan, cut side down. 10. Bake for 10-15 minutes until starting to turn golden-brown. 11. Cool completely on wire rack. MAY 2018 THEWCPRESS.COM

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Bartender of the Month

PHOTO Amy Tucker INTERVIEW Skye McDonald

Erin Brosius proves the drink selection at Saloon 151 is about a lot more than just and incredible whiskey list. How long have you been working at Saloon? For three years this summer. I started off serving, and I began bartending two years ago. Do you prefer bartending? It’s totally different than serving. I’m a social person, so I love talking to people. That’s the easiest part of the job, engaging with customers. And it’s just fun mixing up a fun drink. Fun drinks? Tell me more... I love margaritas! We also have our homemade apple pie moonshine drink, which is apple pie moonshine, ginger ale, pineapple juice, and cranberry juice. It’s so good! It’s a little fruity, but you still get the apple pie taste.

What shifts do you work? I work Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from about 6pm to 2am. What do you like about the night crowd? I love that it’s fast-paced, especially when mixing shots. I really love mixing Pink Starbursts. It’s vanilla vodka with watermelon pucker, Sprite, and sour mix. Is that your go-to drink? I honestly drink Captain and Waters, and my go-to for shots is Rumple Minze everytime! Have you bartended anywhere else before? Nope. I learned how to bartend here. I’ve served since I was 16 and worked at a diner in Chadds Ford for 9 years. Once I graduated from WCU in 2015, I started working here. What did you go to school for? I was a Public Health and Health Promotion major. I’m trying to go back for nursing, so I’m deciding what school I want to attend. On the side, I’ve played rugby for 12 years. I played for WCU, and now I play for the Brandywine Rugby Club What do you think makes your crowd stand out from other bars? We have a lot of customers who come for the whiskey selection. It’s a lot of older businessmen who come from Australia, England, and so

many different places. It’s cool to hear their life stories. What stories have you heard? Probably no stories you should print! But whether or not they’re appropriate, everyone has a different story. Are you doing any specials? We’ve started doing clams, mussels, shrimp and scallops specials for happy hour. The scallops are by far my favorite. We also have All-You-Can-Eat Crab Legs on Tuesdays and our Southwest Special on Wednesdays, which is half-priced quesadillas, tacos, and taco salads. What’s kept you here for three years? My coworkers are great—they really help make the shift fly by. Everybody here is awesome and willing to help each other. A lot of us love going out, and we sometimes do mini bar crawls on weeknights when we’re not working, so we can get to know everyone at all the other bars. Do you think this industry has helped you grow as an individual? Yes! It’s really broken me out of my shell. You get to meet so many people and remember so many names. It’s made me into a more conversational and sociable person.

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Design Dilemmas Andrea Mason of Perceptions Interiors is a professional interior designer who wants to help you upgrade your space

I thought we’d never get through the winter this year, but here we are, in May, and we can officially say it’s spring! These are the days to sweep off your dusty porch and soak in the perfect weather before the humidity begins. Whether they are open or screened in, porches are the ideal place to spend an afternoon relaxing. A frequent question I get asked is, “What simple changes can be made to my indoor/outdoor areas for a fresh start?” Below is a list of design modifications that will help you make a big impact without spending a bundle or dedicating too much of your free time during these beautiful spring days to improving a space you intend to enjoy. Painting: A fresh coat of paint for your walls, ceiling, and even your wood or cement porch floors will make your outdoor space look brand new. There are so many brilliant ideas when it comes to painting your floors. Instead of having an outdoor rug, you can mimic one by painting a rug. You can also use a stencil and paint a pattern to cover the entire floor. These are great ways to add color, pattern, and texture to your space. Pro Tip: Make sure to use the appropriate exterior paint for protection against the elements. Lighting: This space may be exposed to the outdoors, but you should still treat it as part of the interior when it comes to lighting. Shed new light on your porch for a quick and inexpensive change. For your ceiling, think of a new fan, chandelier, or pendant. For your walls, you can add outdoor sconces. For task lighting you can add a new table, floor lamp, or string lights. Pro Tip: Make sure that these lights are made for indoor and outdoor environments. Accessories: New embellishments can give a porch a fresh start. Pillows and throw blankets are accessories that can easily be switched out and add a cozy and comfortable factor to the environment. A new rug can help anchor a space while adding color, pattern and texture. Add dramatic accents to your porch by framing your screened windows or pillars with indoor/outdoor window treatments. If you have a dining table or coffee table you can adorn it with candlesticks, lanterns, bowls, or trays. Lastly, bring the outdoors even closer to you with a new potted plant, or a vase filled with fresh flowers. Pro Tip: Don’t forget your walls! Treat them as you would the inside of your house and adorn them with wall decor. Furniture Care: Porches can take beating after being exposed to the harsh winter weather. Consider investing in furniture covers for protection. The most durable materials for indoor/outdoor spaces are wrought iron, aluminum, wicker, plastic, and woods like teak, pine, cedar, and redwood. With these subtle changes, big impacts can be made. Enjoy this terrific weather! —amason@thewcpress.com

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May Playlist DJ Romeo curates a list of the tracks you’ll be enjoying all month long. The following is a list of songs that will take over the radio stations in the next few months. You’ll soon know them by heart and play them ‘til they’re tired. But, good news: you can download them first and look like the cool musical genius to all of your friends. djromeo@thewcpress.com

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Cardi B ft. Bad Bunny & J Balvin - “I Like It” Ariana Grande - “No Tears Left To Cry” Dennis Lloyd - “Nevermind” Shawn Mendes - “In My Blood” David Guetta ft. Martin Garrix & Brooks - “Like I Do” Drake - “Nice For What” Calvin Harris ft. Dua Lipa - “One Kiss” NOTD ft. Bea Miller - “I Wanna Know” Kid Cudi - “The Rage” Cold War Kids - “Can We Hang On?” Nicki Minaj - “Chun-Li” Beck - “Colors” Chris Stapleton - “Millionaire” Panic! At The Disco - “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” Florence + The Machine - “Sky Full Of Song” Halsey ft. Big Sean & Stefflon Don - “Alone” KYLE ft. Kehlani - “Playinwitme” Sam Smith ft. Logic - “Pray” G-Eazy ft. Charlie Puth - “Sober” Shaggy X Massari - “Why” Kenny Chesney - “Get Along” The Score - “Unstoppable” Louis The Child ft. Wafia - “Better Not” Bazzi - “3:15” Sofi Tukker - “Batsh*t” Shinedown - “DEVIL” Carrie Underwood - “Cry Pretty” Nicki Minaj - “Barbie Tingz” Faren Rachels - “Uber Driver”

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Profile for The WC Press

The WC Press Summer Style Issue - May 2018  

Voice of the Borough

The WC Press Summer Style Issue - May 2018  

Voice of the Borough