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Gallery on the Avenue is a hyper local gallery, featuring the work of artists who live in the community. by Katherine Mato I had only been living in Chestnut Hill for one week when I met a local … more
Parlour Noir band members Adam Darer (left), Marco Del Destino (second from left) and Paul Salter (right) meet one their biggest fans, Allie Meyer Gaston, and her baby Charlotte. by Len Lear Think … more
Kevin Glaccum, a Mt. Airy resident for more than 30 years, is one of Philly’s top theater directors. His current production is Azuka Theatre's acclaimed “Ship,” running through March 15 at the … more
by Rita Charleston In Sam Shepard's 1979 Pulitzer Prize winning play, “Buried Child,” Dodge and Hallie are barely hanging on to their farmland and sanity while looking after their two wayward … more
by Len Lear Several remarkably talented local women, including some who are handicapped, will kick off “A Celebration of Women in Art and Music” at the Pigs Alley Gallery in Flourtown on Friday, … more
by Hugh Hunter Although it won the Pulitzer for best play in 1978, “Buried Child” by Sam Shepard is rarely performed. That did not deter Old Academy Players in East Falls from taking a … more
Chestnut Hill artist, teacher and author Susan Rodriguez’ classes, “Drawing the Figure from Life,” will be held at Allens Lane Art Center on Thursdays, March 12 to April 2, 6:30- 9 p.m. by … more
Chestnut Hill author, musician and storyteller Ted Fink’s poignant and gripping third novel, “The Incident at Parkside,” will be the subject of a book signing event at Mermaid Inn, 7673 … more
Shannon Lambert-Ryan (center) and other members of the Irish super group RUNA will perform on Sunday, March 8, 7 p.m., at the Philadelphia Irish Center, 6815 Emlen St. in West Mt. Airy. by Len Lear … more
Gemma Sherry, who grew up in a small town in the Australian outback, will be singing her favorites from The Great American Songbook at Paris Bistro on March 8 and April 9. by Len Lear Of all the … more
By Rita Charleston The Philadelphia Theatre Company continues its 45th season with a powerful drama about forgiveness set in the Pennsylvania Amish Country. “Everything is Wonderful,” written by … more
by Constance Garcia-Barrio The Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, 200 W. Tulpehocken St., stands poised to celebrate Black history in high style. When it comes to African Americans, the mansion, an … more
Jessica Johnson by Sue Ann Rybak Jessica Johnson, who plays the title character “Rachel Loving” in Angelina Weld Grimke’s 1916 play, “Rachel,” never intended to be an actress. As an honors … more
by Len Lear  The New York Times recently wrote that Stephane Wrembel, 46, is “perhaps the most creative improviser in Gypsy jazz today, Mr. Wrembel plays the guitar with a rich and colorful … more
by Frank Burd Mt. Airy resident Emilie Krause will star as one of theater's most iconic heroines, "Stella!" in "A Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennessee Williams, at the Arden Theatre starting March … more
By Eric Seamans “We mix as well as oil and water,” begins the chorus of “Olive” by Ken Juno, the stage name of 21-year-old Mt. Airy native Matt Evans. His near-whispered vocals slide atop … more
Here's the lineup from left to right: Miss Chi Chi, Josh Schonewolf, Constance, Turnpike, Lulu Blue and Bibi Noir. Schonewolf is the producer or Fantastique: Burlesque Brunch on the 3rd Sunday of … more
Germantown resident Jessica Bedford is currently starring in the Oscar Wilde classic satire, “A Woman of No Importance,” which runs through March 1 at the Walnut Street Theatre. by Rita … more
Geri Lynn Utter, who has a doctorate degree in psychology from Chestnut Hill College, is the author of “Mainlining Philly,” due for release at the end of February. It is an autobiographical … more
Lenny Grossman by Rita Charleston “White Guy on the Bus” unfolds in contemporary Philadelphia as we meet Shatique and Ray, two strangers who regularly ride a bus together. She is a young, … more
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