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How long does it take to walk down the aisle? In this case, half a decade. Or, as the old joke says, "Marriage is a three-ring circus: engagement ring, wedding ring, suffer-ing." more
Matthew Glandorf led the combined forces of Choral Arts Philadelphia and the Bach Festival of Philadelphia to welcome in the new year with music by Henry Purcell, Heinrich Schutz and Johann Sebastian Bach. more
Meghan Cary, an Erdenheim resident who has acted in more than 100 plays and whose music won her the coveted Billboard magazine “Critic’s Choice for Best Newcomer” is a multi-talented performer who is just as resilient as she is talented. more
Having seen Ellen Formanek Tepper play the harp — she was a regular before the pandemic at the William Penn Inn on Route 202 in Gwynedd — I know what an ethereal quality her performances add to the dining experience or just to quiet contemplation. more
Tempesta di Mare provided local music lovers with a remedy to the COVID-19 lockdown that has eliminated in-person concerts since mid-March, 2020. Piffaro will present their “virtual” concert, “Music for Twelfth Night,” January 5-11. more
In a year characterized by so many uncertainties, one Christmastime tradition was carried on in spite of the multitude of challenges surrounding it. St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill, … more
Anyone who struggled through Chaucer, Milton, Dickinson, T.S. Eliot, etc., in an English-Lit course has to be surprised by this news: Poetry reading is up in the U.S. while reading books for pleasure is down slightly. more
Philadelphia’s Academy of Vocal Arts continued its “virtual” 2020-21 season Saturday, Dec. 13, with its annual recital of “Russian Romances.” Assembled, directed and … more
The goal is for unique collaborative artworks to be created while also helping raise money for the USPS. more
Rarely if ever – just to understate the case by a country mile – have we needed a jolt of holiday spirit in the form of a feel-good Christmas movie. more
Adapted to the Quintessence Theatre Group's stage by Suli Holum from the Frances Hodgson Burnett 1902 play, “The Little Princess,” this complete virtual production runs through Dec. 27. more
Lantern Theater Company continues its current season with a remount of its original adaptation of the play, now in its third year and reimagined for film, virtually (streaming) through Dec. 27. more
The Philadelphia Orchestra continued its season of “virtual” concerts from Dec. 3 through 6 with a chamber music arrangement of Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 4. more
We have all heard the cliché that in show business, no matter the obstacle, the show must go on. And so,with marks on the ground to make sure they stayed socially distanced and facially … more
Karen Singer, who has had a tilemaking studio in Germantown for 37 years, is arguably one of the most talented tilemakers in the country. more
El Fairworth, 62, admits his dream in life when he was much younger was “to become a rock 'n' roll star.” He is remarkably candid about why he never hit the big time. more
As I sit here contemplating what I need to make for the Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinners, I can’t help but wonder: what if I had some of it catered? more
Sandy Day is a triple threat, a talented artist whose paintings have been exhibited in many venues in Northwest Philadelphia and beyond, an acclaimed opera singer and president of the Delaware Valley Opera Company (DVOC). more
Talk about a multi-talented couple! Authors, opera singers, artist models, hospital “patients,” songwriters and more. That's John Rudolph Quinn, 63 (“I'm past the point where I lie … more
Although Woodmere Art Museum galleries are closed, the website is increasingly full of video, digital experiences, and educational art activities, and the grounds are open, safe, and free. more
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