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A personal chef makes her own spices. more
Longtime Mt. Airy resident Karen Bojar, professor emerita of English and Women's Studies at the Community College of Philadelphia, has been thinking for 20 years about the issues explored in her new book, “Feminist Organizing Across the Generations.” more
On Sunday, Dec. 12, Quinn Early will show a film he produced, “The Shoulders of Giants,” via Zoom at Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion. It tells the remarkable story of Frank Kinney Holbrook, the son of a runaway slave who in 1895 overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles and racism to become the first African-American college football player in the state of Iowa and lead the Hawkeyes to their first-ever conference championship. more
In playing de Gouges, Jen Allegra has the lead role in “The Revolutionists” by Lauren Gunderson at Stagecrafters, 8130 Germantown Ave., through Dec. 12. more
Glenside resident Kathleen Harmer takes the role of the Turin family matriarch in “Dearly Departed,” at Allens Lane through December 12, Raynelle Turpin. With her future always on her mind, Harmer said she hopes to get good roles and bigger roles. more
Just in time for the holidays, Quintessence Theatre reopened with a rousing revival of "Little Women The Broadway Musical" (2004). For over two hours, this high-energy show never lets you rest.  more
Caroling at the Creche, a favorite Hill tradition, is back this year with a whole new twist. more
The Wissahickon Skating Club is planning to resume its popular Friday night skating on Jan. 7, 2022 In the meantime, the Wissahickon Skating Club is offering skating to the public on Saturdays from 12:45-2:15 p.m. The club will also host public skating sessions over the holidays. more
Whether you celebrate the holidays at black tie soirees with Champagne or in fuzzy pajamas with a mug of hot chocolate, the distinctive clothing shops of Chestnut Hill have just what you need for yourself and those lucky people on your gift list. more
Marielle Issa, who is playing the iconic Jo March in Quintessence Theatre's “Little Women, The Broadway Musical,” is proud to be a Chestnut Hiller, a Germantown Friends School alumna and a first-generation Arab-American. more
Northwestern Stables on Saturday, Dec. 4 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event is popular and space is limited. more
Glenside author and artist Lillian Gaffney will be holding her 6th annual Heart and Soul Fabric Art Open House 4 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 3 and Sunday, Dec. 5 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. more
Returning to the Philly POPS after a three-year absence, Hugh Panaro is looking forward to the show. more
Dr. Paul M. Farber, Director and Cofounder of the Monument Lab, a civic studio that evaluates the changing role of public art, is holding a Chestnut Hill Conservancy Zoom lecture on Dec. 8. at 7 p.m. more
The CHCA brings Santa to the neighborhood every year in the long-standing Chestnut Hill tradition, the Chestnut Hill Community Holiday Parade! Saturday, December 18th, 9am - 10am. more
"The Revolutionists" argues quite a bit. It is the story of four women who dare to challenge the engulfing terror. more
(1934 / 88 minutes) Sassy Pre-Code musical romp featuring composer Ramon Novarro frantically trying to juggle leading ladies Vivienne Segal and Jeanette MacDonald on his way to opening night. Co-stars Frank Morgan. more
“A Winter’s Dream” will premiere at Teatro Esperanza in two shows on December 11. A recording of the show will also be available for school audiences. more
Getting a pair of new eyeglasses used to mean going to your optometrist, getting a full eye exam and then choosing a pair of frames from whatever modest assortment was on hand.  Not so … more
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