Angie's Three Favorite Reasons to Visit The Main Line, Pennsylvania: 

1. Bryn Mawr Film Institute. “This fantastic theater is nationally recognized as the largest nonprofit, member-supported motion picture theater and film education center in the country. The theater is a staple on the Main Line and consistently presents independent-minded films to entertain, engage, and educate audiences in the area and beyond. Everyone simply loves the Bryn Mawr Film Institute, whether they are local or just visiting. It’s a true gem!”

2. Devon Horse Show & Country Fair. “The longest running horse show in the country, Devon Horse Show & Country Fair has been running the 11-day event for 120 years. Exhibitors from all over the country come, and locals never miss attending and/or volunteering during the show, which has become a true Main Line tradition. Our area comes to life at the end of May each and every year.”

3. The shopping. “The Main Line has always been known for its amazing boutiques that are sprinkled throughout the region. We offer incredible shopping experiences, whether it be high-end fashion, home décor, or unique antiques. Visitors are always pleasantly surprised by the remarkable treasures they tend to find in our area that you just can’t find anywhere else!”


About TSG Main Line Editor Angie Perry:

Angie Perry was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and is a true southerner at heart. However, a move in middle school to the D.C. area opened her eyes to the many opportunities that a big city has to offer. She returned to her home state for college, attending the University of Tennessee and graduating with a major in Advertising. Post-graduation, she worked with the number one radio station in Memphis, FM 100, and The Memphis Redbirds (a Triple-A baseball team), where she learned to love sales and business. Angie eventually combined her love of business with her love of design when she opened her own home and gift shop in Memphis called Two Doors Down.

Six years ago, Angie’s husband’s company moved them to Philadelphia. Since then, she and her family have rooted themselves in The City of Brotherly Love. Angie and her husband, Jonathan, reside in Berwyn with their three children, Jon Nolan, Morgan, and Harrison, along with their new puppy, Sadie Grace (named after Graceland).


Words Angie Lives By:

We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.
— Attributed to Abraham Lincoln