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“My work often focuses on the things that I presume go unnoticed in the world: the tiny veins of a decaying leaf, the pattern of light bouncing off a flowing stream, the millions of cracks and … more
There’s nothing that pleases me more than receiving questions from the Local’s readers. Recently on these pages, I described that Woodmere’s Straw Journey is built this year around … more
Colleen Quinn, whose politically-themed paintings (portraits of current political figures) are currently on display at Gravers Lane Gallery, 8405 Germantown Ave., through Nov. 15, wanted to be an … more
If you have lived in the Philadelphia area for quite a while and are a radio listener, then you most likely have heard Steve Martorano at some point. In a career spanning more than four decades, the … more
Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, the historical Victorian mansion at 200 W. Tulpehocken St. in Germantown, has just initiated an interpretive docent-led tour, “Deep Rivers,” which can be … more
In April 2019, Whitemarsh Art Center at 100 Cedar Grove Rd. in Conshohocken hired Hadley Yates as a consultant to help market the organization to corporations and funders and to help obtain grants. … more
Although restrictions due to the COVID-19 corona virus continue to prohibit classical music lovers from hearing their favorite musicians performing “live” for in-person concerts, … more
Through a very busy week at Woodmere, I’ve been continually inspired by artists and by the people whose passion it is to share art with others. The exhibition we just opened on … more
When the pandemic shut things down, Mt. Airy photographer Rivkah Walton, 67, who has lived a block from the Weavers Way Co-op since 1978, started taking photos of the spring flowers in the … more
The Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion at 200 W. Tulpehocken St. in Germantown just announced that their new interpretive docent-led tour, “Deep Rivers,” is now live via ZOOM. Their docents, Tenea … more
Isabel Hirshberg, 23, is a very bright young lady who has a degree in Public and International Affairs from Princeton University with a minor in Spanish, but the field she is in right now is as … more
Tangle Movement Arts, Philadelphia’s aerial storytellers, founded by Chestnut Hill native, Lauren Rile Smith, 33, will premiere “The Way Out,” an in-person (not Zoom), socially … more
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