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Local author Ilyssa Kyu will appear at booked, 8511 Germantown Ave., this Saturday with Dave Kyu, her husband and co-author. more
When you walk into James Douglas Rosenthal's Mt. Airy house of 25 years, you can immediately smell the varnish, turpentine and oil paint in his art studio. more
Anyone who has been around the Chestnut Hill area for several decades surely remembers the legendary, almost mythic, Stotesbury Estate. more
Award-winning young adult author Elizabeth Acevedo will discuss her new book, “Family Lore,” at a book signing on Aug. 7. more
Sabina Clarke has been fascinated by words and images since she was a small child. It was good training for her future interviews. more
In a time of death and unrest amid a brutal pandemic, Tim McFarlane wondered if his art was enough. more
At first glance, “Harvey the Hippo Meets Mickey Mandarin” looks like any other children's book. more
Germantown's Lois Volta developed her housecleaning gig into a successful business, a product line, and now a book. more
Diane Billas will discuss her new novel, “Does Love Always Win?,” at booked on June 24. more
Mt. Airy artist's whimsical illustrations depict how children coped with the COVID epidemic. more
Mt. Airy lawyer and author Margaret Klaw  will discuss her new novel on June 15 at booked, 8511 Germantown Ave. more
Local artist, author and tattooist Kate Glasheen, who grew up in Troy, N.Y., will discuss their new novel, “Constellations,” about a transgender teenager living on the margins, Saturday, … more
Chestnut Hill resident Stan Cutler will appear at Hilltop Books, the community bookstore at 84 Bethlehem Pike, on Saturday, May 27. more
Germantown resident Sherrie Elle, an author and founder of a book publishing company, is a woman who comes with an unusual story of her own.  more
Michelle Lofton, of Mt. Airy, grew up with so little that her home sometimes had no electricity, food or hot water. That background infuses her new book on budgeting for seniors. more
Howard Myrick knows what it is like to overcome odds and to battle racist attitudes and practices. more
“Going to Africa is a spiritual journey for me. It's as close as I get to God,” insists Judith Hain, Wyndmoor professional photographer. more
There’s an old Middle Eastern saying: Once the camel’s nose is in the tent, you cannot get it out. And once Jeffrey Stern gets on a case, you cannot get him off it. more
“I never reconciled with my parents. I did go to see my mom, and I was allowed to go into the house, but my husband never could." more
Local author Josh Hitchens will lead an in-person discussion of Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times,” at 1:30 p.m., Sunday, April 2, at the Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion. more
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