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While outdoor living rooms definitely appeal to potential buyers, they also make life better for current homeowners - so it’s an investment that pays off whether you sell or not.  more
Chestnut Hill area resident and former public school teacher Frank Burd, who has written theater reviews for area newspapers and whose photos have appeared in the Local, is one of the participating artists. more
“Companions – mas masarap magkasama,” which roughly translates to “more delicious together,” features work by three artists whose culture is rooted in the Philippines. more
Woodmere Art Museum’s newest exhibition explores the creative relationship between the husband and wife, painter and poet pair Warren and Jane Rohrer. more
The three major works of the musical roster were the “Magnificat” and “Nunc dimittis” from the “Collegium Magdalenae Oxoniense” (Service for Magdalen College, Oxford University) by Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988) and the anthem at the Offertory “Turn Thou to Thy God” by Leo Sowerby (1895-1968). more
"The Winter's Tale" is so wild it is unsurprising that few theaters are nervy enough to take it on. more
To say that the show was a disaster I feel is a gross understatement. more
During her many travels (France, Italy, Greece, Scotland, and Canada), she studied at Rhodes University in South Africa for one year, which she devoted entirely to classes in drama. more
This eclectic, week-long performance festival will feature seven shows from risk-taking, independent artists that run the gamut from contemporary circus, erotic, burlesque and clown performances. more
Floyd will be performing “From Gospel to Jazz,” a concert about the impact of the Black experience on American music, at 5 p.m. Sunday, March 27, in the Epiphany Chapel at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (SCH). more
“Buyer and Cellar,” the latest offering at Ambler's Act II Playhouse, is a comedy about the price of fame, the cost of things and the oddest of odd jobs. more
According to the playwright, the play is about “falling in love while grieving, gentrification and karaoke” and what it means to start over again. more
Accomplished film animator John Serpentelli will be teaching three Mt. Airy Learning Tree classes in “Mighty Mash-Up Collage” this month. more
Germantown sculptor and teacher Lori Zett, whose artistic work represents the horrors of her childhood experiences during World War II, is now on display at the current show at Mt. Airy Art Garage. more
Woodmere's newest exhibit, which runs through May 8, brings an animal theme to its range of paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, and photographs, with a special focus on fun for the whole family.  more
The powerful new production is based on the life of the Rev. Augustus Tolton, the first Black priest in the United States. It’s a compelling true story of courage, forgiveness and reconciliation that Bishop Joseph Perry of Chicago, who is leading an effort to have Tolton canonized, thinks will resonate deeply with modern American audiences. more
The roster of music includes Francesca Maria Veracini’s Sonata in F Major, Silvius Leopold Weiss’ Suite in D Minor, William Babell’s Sonata No. 6 in G Minor, Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s Sonata No. 4 in G Major, and Johann Friedrich Fasch’s Sonata in C Major. more
Mt. Airy actress Shawneka Ponder said the best part of what she does is tell stories of different people. And the best stories, she says, are those that are poignant and relatable. more
Inspired by Nelson Mandela's release as well as the violent conflicts in Northern Ireland, Seamus Heaney's “The Cure at Troy,” which continues through Feb. 20 at Quintessence Theatre in Mt. Airy, is a fresh adaptation of Sophocles' rarely produced “Philoctetes.” more
From rowing along the remote, tree-covered Mekong Delta to walking the streets of downtown Saigon, Seif captured the spirit of Vietnam. more
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