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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
The British Car Show and Concours d'Elegance are returning this year on Saturday, Aug 7th, at Hope Lodge. This post-pandemic date is a combination of three events. more
Lou Walinsky is 88 keys of pure American joy. A pianist, arranger and improviser, Lou has spent the last 40 years building his repertoire into a musical melting pot. more
Nancy Sophy, MFA, began her tenure as the Center’s new Executive Director on July 12. more
There is an orchestra full of outstanding musicians in our area, but when it comes to the respect of fellow music-makers and critics, flutist and saxophonist Lynn Riley is right at the top of the mountain. more
Busy as two jobs keep her, Kristen Spangenberg is also a talented singer under the professional name Kristin D. more
Isabel Catalan had never recited in public before. Her first audience was the Wawa Welcome America. more
Kielinski Photography in Germantown is a husband-and-wife team whose work seems born of an ability to coax their own hearts, and that of their subjects, into the picture. more
In 2018 Rush Kress started doing monthly installments of Bible-toons. Soon they will also be available in Spanish. more
Threatening skies moved the July 21st Meghan Cary concert off the stage at Pastorius Park and into the Middle School auditorium at Springside Chestnut Hill. more
Andrew Lipke and the Azrael String Quartet were the first musicians to grace the stage at Pastorius Park since the free summer concert series reopened post-pandemic. more
Mt. Airy's Quintessence Theatre Group production features real-life husband and wife Rachel Bay Jones as Mrs. Maggie Antrobus and Benim Foster as Mr. George Antrobus. "The Skin of Our Teeth" streams through August 1. more
Chestnut Hill resident Alexandre Delcourt, 29, felt fortunate that he was at least able to obtain his “artist visa” that will enable him to stay here until the fall of 2022 and maybe longer. more
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