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Fires in California, a lack of dock workers in France and a problem at the Canadian border are having a trickle down effect felt by shop owners on the Avenue. Shelves are not bare. Yet. But some coveted holiday items may be in short supply. more
Elodie Breslin, a seventh-grader at Our Mother of Consolation School on East Chestnut Hill Avenue, placed third in the city-wide art contest to design the "I Voted" sticker handed out at the polls this year.  more
On October 28, just two weeks ago, Woodmere purchased Saint Michael’s Hall.  On behalf of everyone involved on both sides of the transaction, including the Sisters of Saint Joseph and Woodmere’s Board of Trustees, I extend deepest thanks to the many organizations and individuals who assisted, helped strategize, and made philanthropic gifts to make this purchase possible. more
“Wedding Band,” by Alice Childress, takes place in 1918 South Carolina and focuses on the love story between Julia, a black seamstress, and Herman, a white baker. The couple yearns to … more
On Sept. 18 a new 100-seat music, comedy and private event venue, The Royal Glenside, opened at 1 South Easton Rd. in Glenside. The first performance on Sept. 18 featured eight local bands. Nov. 18 will be the first Comedy Night. Then local stand-up comics or acoustic music every Thursday night. more
(2011 / 107 minutes) British fisheries expert Ewan McGregor is asked to realize a sheik's unlikely vision of bringing the sport of fly-fishing to the desert. He finds an unusual ally in the British Prime Minister's press secretary, Kristin Scott Thomas. more
Mt. Airy resident Laura Cohn is celebrating the 25th year she’s been running her holiday pop-up store featuring handmade gifts from Bali with a long list of events, starting now and running … more
At the Woodmere Art Museum on Saturday, November 13, the amazing duo of cellist Scott Ballantyne and pianist Hiroko Sasaki will be offering an all-Beethoven program that explores the evolution of this great composer’s early, middle, and late cello sonatas. more
Anthe Capitan-Valais, a resident of Chestnut Hill and then Flourtown over the last 39 years, is an acclaimed artist whose works have been exhibited at Woodmere Art Museum, the Pennsylvania Academy of … more
The Haunted Horses came out at Northwestern Stables. This trick or treat event, is specially designed for younger children and families. more
The pumpkin carving contest is a community event for all ages. Jack o’ Lanterns were sorted by an impartial panel of pumpkin experts into the categories of Funniest, Scariest, and Most Creative in each age group. more
(1946 / 100 minutes) An unfaithful serviceman's wife is murdered as war-traumatized veterans haunt the shadowy streets of California in this archetypal film noir. Alan Ladd, Veronica Lake and William Bendix star in an original screenplay by Raymond Chandler, directed by George Marshall. more
The Avenues Café offers Lee Locklear a chance to blend his business acumen and cultural heritage. more
Long-time Mt. Airy resident Benjamin L. Bynum Sr. who brought countless boldface jazz names to his Cadillac Club, died of age-related ailments on Oct. 19 at the age of 98. more
Borrelli's Chestnut Hill Gallery opened its first in-person exhibit in 20 months with a beehive-busy reception on Oct. 16, unveiling the works of some of the artists it represents. The exhibit will be up until Nov. 20. more
Come see the horses and their riders dressed up for Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 30, at Northwestern Stables for their annual “Haunted Horses” trick or treat event, specially designed for younger children and families. more
Jerry Pinkney, a Germantown native who became one of the most celebrated illustrators in the country, died last Wednesday of a heart attack at the age of 81 at his home in New York State, according … more
On Wednesdays, a group of bicyclists gather for the 6 p.m. “Espresso Gravel” bike ride, a 17-mile trek over gravel tracks in the Wissahickon. more
Christopher Collins has been creating statues that appear all over the country. more
“Hamilton” has returned. It’s the first offering of the 2021-2022 Kimmel Cultural Campus’ Broadway Philadelphia Season. more
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