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by James Smart A strange glimpse of Philadelphia about 88 years ago turned up the other day in a box of books in the basement. It’s a VHS video tape (remember them?) that I paid to have copied … more
From left to right, Violist Beth Dzwil, violinist Rachel Segal, cellist Mary Morris Kim and violinist Leah Kim make up the Fairmount String Quartet, which performed at the Episcopal Church of St. … more
Meghan Cary, an Erdenheim resident, has acted in more than 100 plays, and her music won her Billboard magazine's “Critic’s Choice for Best Newcomer,” as well as numerous other … more
Garchinsky will appear at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 27, at Mt. Airy Nexus, 520 Carpenter Lane, as part of the Mt. Airy Kids’ Literary Festival.[/caption] by Len Lear An animal lover, adult or … more
O'Hara’s poignant play, “12 Chairs,” will be performed at 1022 Buttonwood St. in the city’s Spring Arts neighborhood from April 25 to May 12.[/caption] by Len Lear William Shakespeare, … more
Lara Cantu-Hertzler is seen with former Mayor Michael Nutter after winning First Place Painting honors in the “Art in City Hall Show” in 2015.[/caption] by Len Lear When most of us look at an … more
The 110-year-old Metropolitan Opera House at Broad and Parrish Streets has been spectacularly renovated and is now open again for concerts. by James Smart (Ed. Note: The Metropolitan Opera House is … more
Last month, Love’s book was published in a hardcover version, available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.[/caption] by Brenda Lange In spite of a challenging childhood, Susan Love, teacher, author … more
From left: Violinist Katie Hyun, cellist Zlatomir Fung and pianist Ronaldo Rolim performed on April 5 in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. (Photos courtesy of Vera Wilson)[/caption] by Michael Caruso … more
Carlson is seen here at a previous Paris Bistro performance with local musicians David Bopdrummer (from left), David Brodie and Tom Lawton. by Len Lear Andrea Carlson, a multi-talented guitarist, … more
Mt. Airy resident Amy Ignatow, a great illustrator of children’s books, will appear at the Mt. Airy Kids’ Literary Festival on Saturday April 27, 1 p.m., at Big Blue Marble Bookstore, 551 … more
Leah O'Hara, a graduate of Central High School who could “sing before she could talk,” is currently one of the stars in Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About Nothing” at Stagecrafters in Chestnut … more
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