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After a break for 2020, the Clover Market returns to Chestnut Hill Sunday, September 12, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Clover Market is a seasonal open-air market featuring a curated selection of vendors … more
Summer closed last weekend at Vernon Park with heavy rains, and appropriately a play that features a shipwreck in a storm. more
Lester's work centers of the themes that are most personal and important to him, such as “the central role of God in the union between man and woman,” biblical creationism and family and children. more
A list of area establishments requiring proof of vaccination or outdoor seating. more
Jazz Concert Outdoors: Ensemble Novo, a Brazilian flavored jazz band, will perform Sunday, Aug, 29, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., outdoors at Awbury Arboretum's Cope House. more
Aug. 28 and 29 will be the dates of the new production “Germantown Plays Pericles” in Vernon Park, with a fair that includes interactive art installations, games, a reunion photo booth, drumming and more. more
On Aug. 14, Daniel Matsukawa was honored by The Philadelphia Orchestra Association during a celebratory online event with the 2021 C. Hartman Kuhn Award. more
“Miss Lillian” Clark, was inspired to create her latest labor of love by her granddaughter, Alleya. The idea for an Alzheimer's book geared to children continued to percolate until she finally finished “I Am Not Myself.” more
'Songbirds,' will be released late this year or very early next year. more
Alex Gillam is so immersed in the business aspect of her career that she calls herself an “operapreneur.” more
Marc Kaye will go a long way to get a few laughs. A long, long way. The local writer, actor, musician and stand-up comic (as opposed to a lie-down comic) who will be headlining “Will Work for Laughs,” at the Mermaid Inn on Saturday, Aug. 28. more
Dorie Byrne and her husband, Stanislav Culcicovschi, of Germantown, take their accordion playing very seriously. more
We Still Here!  is by artist Jetsonorama featuring Philadelphia poet Ursula Rucker and her work. more
The Real Fugitives, who have a dynamite sound, have a legion of loyal fans who go nuts at their local haunts when their high-octane sound gets in gear. more
There were two Barbara Gaines. One night they met. more
Ambler's Charles Salinger was honored with the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Music Institute Ovation Award. more
The Chestnut Hill community is known for its beautiful gardens, and for the past 24 years local landscaper Susan Galka has brought botanical dreams to life with her company Romancing the … more
Since 2006 many area photo buffs have taken classes at Mt. Airy Learning Tree with instructor and author Nicki Toizer. Many have also refined their skills thanks to Toizer's book, “Digital Photography Basics.” more
There is an old adage in the publishing business: Write about what you know. Tony DePaul is a perfect example of the truth of this bromide. DePaul, a mid-70s dynamo who was born in Chestnut Hill … more
After its pandemic-related closing, the Keswick Theater will reopen Saturday, August 14, with Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winner Jeremy Piven. more
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