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For the first time in many years Gina recently swung on a swing at the Jenks playground in Chestnut Hill. “I needed to have my picture taken,” she explained, “and the photographer snapped this … more
Mt. Airy author/illustrator, Sarah Adler Claxton, has written and illustrated several wonderful children's books. Her most recent is “Square: How Our Complex Emotions Make Each of Us Unique and … more
'Untitled,' 1982, by Gilbert Lewis (Woodmere Art Museum: Gift of Eric Barton Rymshaw, 2017) By William Valerio I am excited to share with you that Woodmere will reopen on Saturday, July 25, with … more
Chestnut Hill resident Kristen Spangenberg, who manages two Chestnut Hill businesses, is also a professional singer who performs in two foreign languages you most likely have never heard of in a … more
Outstanding West Mt. Airy soul/jazz singer Elle Gyandoh is a voice teacher for the Chestnut Hill Music Academy. Here she is seen performing at Warmdaddy’s in South Philly before the pandemic. by … more
Hawkins is seen here as Ma Zegner in the world premiere of “Proving Up” by Missy Mazzoli and librettist Royce Vavrek with the Washington National Opera. by Len Lear For a young opera singer … more
by Len Lear Mt. Airy native Ari Hoenig, who would ordinarily be touring the world right now with his music, can literally not count all of the concerts he has had cancelled because of the pandemic. … more
“Lessons via Zoom and Skype have been a welcome challenge in being clear with my language,” said West Mt. Airy cellist Rachel Cama Nemer. “The younger the child I am teaching (at two local … more
Woodmere intern Xavier Brooks with art camp students at the museum. by William Valerio When I was in college, my internships at the Just Above Midtown gallery in New York and New Yorker magazine … more
“I loved growing up in Mt. Airy,” said Abell, a Germantown Friends School alumnus who will conduct the Zoom concert on July 3, an annual celebration of Independence Day. by Rita Charleston At … more
Zachary Kelberman, 21, a graduate of Wissahickon High School in Fort Washington, is the executive chef at Mr. Maurice's Italian, a restaurant that just opened June 11 in the Ace Hotel in Kyoto, … more
Dot Levine, a professional musician who until the pandemic was teaching at the Jewish Children’s Folkshul on the Springside/Chestnut Hill Academy campus, now runs Dottie's Serenade Service. by Len … more
Robinson Fredenthal‘s “On the Rocks” in its current resting place, awaiting installation in Woodmere's outdoor sculpture garden. By William Valerio Over these last few months, with so much on … more
The stunning representational, almost photographic work of Sharon Cosgrove is now on display in the windows of Borrelli's Art Gallery on the corner of Gravers Lane and Germantown Avenue, at least … more
Leigh Munro, a Chestnut Hill resident for almost 20 years, is seen with her costar, the legendary Michael Crawford, in Andrew Lloyd Webber's classic “Phantom of the Opera” in Los Angeles' … more
The latest addition to Woodmere Art Museum’s outdoor sculpture garden. By William Valerio These days of protest and speaking out are also a time for reflection and looking inward. For many of us, … more
David Jackson Ambrose, a resident of East Falls and author of the powerful novel, “State of the Nation,” (and a soon-to-be released novel, untitled for now) is seen here with a friend, Maria … more
Lucy Noland, a native of Saigon, Vietnam, was an anchor on Channel 29’s 10 o’clock news for five years until June of last year. Her TV work has earned her Emmys, Golden Mics, Edward R. Murrow … more
Director David Bradley, of Mt. Airy (right), gives direction to the actors in “The God Project” — Joilet Harris, of Germantown (from left), Sean Close and Jennifer Childs. Produced by 1812 … more
Unity (detail), from the mural series The Creation and Preservation of the Union, 1911-20, by Violet Oakley. Senate Chamber, Pennsylvania State Capitol (Photograph by Darryl Moran) By William … more
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