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Dr. Mark Lomax, II, critically acclaimed composer, on Tuesday, Feb. 4, 6 p.m., will play selections with a four-piece ensemble from his 2019 12-album, 8.5-hour release, “400: An Afrikan Epic,” at … more
by Len Lear and Constance Garcia-Barrio There are many, many different types of art and many, many different types of artists, but I doubt if there is any other artist in the world quite like Anne … more
by Len Lear Da’Vine Joy Randolph (right) co-stars with Eddie Murphy in “Dolemite is My Name,” a current Netflix production that recently received a “Best Comedy or Musical Film” nomination … more
Katharine Hepburn (right) who bore a physical resemblance to Helen Hope Montgomery Scott (left), won a “Best Actress” Oscar portraying Tracy Lord, based on Scott, in 1940. by Len Lear Our … more
by Hugh Hunter Sam Gugino and Nolan Maher (back row), Bonnie Kapenstein and Marisa Block (front row) are currently starring in Neil Simon’s classic comedy, “Barefoot in the Park,” now through … more
“Rachel” playwright Angelina Weld Grimké was a pioneering poet and essayist, a forerunner of the Harlem Renaissance who has been largely written out of history. by Quintessence staff When the … more
Mt. Airy abstract artist Stuart Shils will exhibit his work in "The Codex Project," which opens Thursday, Jan. 23, at the WP Gallery, 1611 Walnut St. Mezzanine. (Photo by Barbara Sherf). by Len Lear … more
Paul Farber (right), co-founder of Monument Lab. He and co-founder Ken Lum have released a book on the studio's 2017 city-wide exhibit. By Pete Mazzaccaro Monuments have been in the news a lot in … more
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