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It is an overused expression, but if anyone ever fit the label of “Renaissance woman,” it is Charleen Stevens Watson. The Flourtown resident for the past eight years (and in Chestnut Hill … more
The magic of movies returns to the hill this September, with Woodmere Art Museum once again opening up their gallery to screen classic films with the 49th season of Tuesday Nights At The Movies. September 28: "Fury," with Spencer Tracy. more
Local writers Thom Nickels and Sabina Clarke have collaborated on “Rendezvous in Bangkok … Who Killed Thomas Merton?,” making its world premiere at the Commodore John Barry Club in Mt. Airy on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2 p.m. more
Starting Sept. 24 with a five-show season featuring a Philadelphia premiere by John Patrick Shanley and a play by award-winning author, Dominique Morisseau. more
Philadelphia’s single-use plastic bag ban goes into effect for retail establishments across the city on October 1st, and the Chestnut Hill Community Association is celebrating that fact with a Reusable Tote Bag Decorating Contest open to young people 14 years old and under. more
From late June through August of 1969, the Harlem Cultural Festival was graced by over 30 performances from music legends like Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, Sly and the Family Stone, B.B. King, Gladys Knight and The Pips and more. more
Nick Gillette’s “Yurodivy” will be performed September 23, 24 and 25. more
The Mt. Airy Art Garage’s MAAG Rocks Art last weekend lucked out on perfect weather for their Fall event. more
This fall, as life in our area gets back to a new normal, one of the surest signs is the return of the Fall for the Arts Festival coming September 26. more
After 17 months of no live theater, and thousands of show people out of work, theater is gradually beginning to return to productions that people can attend in person rather than online. more
If ever there was a timely novel, it is Nancy Allen's “Grace.” more
“The Secretaries,” written by “The Five Lesbian Brothers” and directed by Josh Hitchens, is part of the 2021 Philly Fringe Festival and is the first production of the year from Allens Lane Theater. more
Bird in Hand Consignment reopened July 7 at 9 W. Highland Avenue. more
The Sculpture Gallery is ready to exhibit in the sanctuary of the Circus Campus in Mt. Airy. Meet with the curator: your benevolent, charismatic guide. more
Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG) will be celebrating the community coming back together after a year of isolation with an arts festival, with lots of artists and live music, on Saturday, Sept. 18. more
Center on the Hill, Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill, 8855 Germantown Ave. more
His exhibit will be in the auditorium at Settlement Music School, 6128 Germantown Ave., through December 23. more
With 28 mainstage shows, nightly cabarets, pop-up events, workshops, artist talkbacks and more, Cannonball will offer something for every age. more
Philly Gumbo at Milo in Mt. Airy on Friday Sept. 10. more
Recently we happened to be walking to our car, which was parked just off the 6100 block of Ridge Avenue in Roxborough, when we happened to notice Roxy Hall & Bistro, a new “soul … more
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