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Jerry Pinkney, a Germantown native who became one of the most celebrated illustrators in the country, died last Wednesday of a heart attack at the age of 81 at his home in New York State, according … more
On Wednesdays, a group of bicyclists gather for the 6 p.m. “Espresso Gravel” bike ride, a 17-mile trek over gravel tracks in the Wissahickon. more
Christopher Collins has been creating statues that appear all over the country. more
“Hamilton” has returned. It’s the first offering of the 2021-2022 Kimmel Cultural Campus’ Broadway Philadelphia Season. more
Glen Foerd will be presenting “The Poison Garden,” on October 22, 24, 25, and 26, an event that will feature actors, circus artists, and aerialists in an immersive experience spread through the estate’s 18-acre public park and historic site located along the Delaware River, more
Upload photos of your Halloween masterpiece to chestnuthilllocal.com/pumpkin between Friday, Oct 22nd and Tuesday, Oct 26th.  more
Entertainment for kids of all ages leading up to Halloween. more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association is hosting Chestnut Hill’s first annual Canine Costume Parade on “Barktober” 30. Costumed dogs and their owners are invited to meet at the parking lots next to Mimi’s Café on East Evergreen at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 30, and parade with other pooches down to Buckley Park. more
For artist Roland Ayers, Northwest Philadelphia was an anchor and an inspiration. Roland Ayers: Calligraphy of Dreams, through October 24. Woodmere Art Museum. more
Visit an artists studio to see where it all happens. October 23, noon-6, including a gallery exhibit at the Allens Lane Art Center. (Some studios are only online -- check ahead.) more
On Oct. 21, shopping to support breast cancer is a day-long event on the Hill at “Cashmere for a Cause.” more
Terra Nova Wood-Fired Pizza and Grill on East Willow Grove Ave. in Wyndmoor, takeout, delivery and online ordering only. more
The artworks in this exhibition, created individually and collectively by Norwood-Fontbonne Academy students of the classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023, reflect their feelings, thoughts, and accomplishments during the year forced away from their classmates. more
The ants go marching one by one… down Germantown Avenue! Be on the lookout for some ants along the stone wall as you stroll past the playground at the Jenks Academy for the Arts and Sciences. more
(1951 / 103 minutes) Beloved character actor Thelma Ritter gets a rare star turn in George Cukor's comedic jewel. She's a down-on-her luck notary turned matchmaker of lonely-hearts and losers. Zany interactions with model Jeanne Crain ensue. more
John Patrick Shanley wrote “Rogues' Gallery” last year in response to the lockdown of the performing arts world during the pandemic, and is donating the proceeds of all performance royalties to the Actors' Fund. It's at Stagecrafters through October 10. In person, not virtual. more
Woodmere Art Museum expects to complete the purchase of St. Michael’s Hall property in mid-October, and has been working with a team of engineers, architects, lawyers, and Woodmere staff to dream big about how the property will be used. more
Stagecrafters turned the lights back on as they opened their Fall season with "Rogues' Gallery" by John Patrick Shanley. Director Mariangela Saavedra introduces a lot of first-timers who benefit from Shanley's shorter, more punchy stories and bring them to life. more
Brian Foley is an attorney and law school professor who has also performed his stand-up comedy act hundreds of times over the last 13 years. more
Gary Bernard, a resident of Mt. Airy, is a prolific and accomplished illustrator. He also works for the Vanguard Group. more
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