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The Pastorius Park summer concert series concludes on Wednesday, August 4, with Worldtown Soundsystem. more
Ruth Joray was the children's art teacher for 20 years at Woodmere Art Museum. Her work there eventually helped lead to the creation of the museum's Children's Gallery. more
 We encourage letters from our readers. As a community, we thrive on civil discourse. 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
Both the Pennsylvania Ballet and the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts are changing their names. The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Kimmel Center are merging into The Philadelphia Orchestra and Kimmel Center, Inc. more
“Bridesmaids” isn't a traditional romantic comedy, nor is it really a wedding flick.  What it is is an exploration of female friendship. more
I grew up in a “Rancher”.  In fact, my father built it himself, in 1959, and it remained our family home for the next 50 years.  more
The Dude's left gluteus max kept seizing up, a major and literal pain whenever he stood still, so he went to see his sports medicine doc. more
In college summer league action on July 22, Team Orange (Chestnut Hill College) led at the end of each of the first three quarters, but was overtaken in the fourth round as Team Maroon (University of the Sciences) pulled out a 58-52 victory. more
Nancy Sophy, MFA, began her tenure as the Center’s new Executive Director on July 12. more
We just wanted to let you know that we completed viewing "Skin of Our Teeth,” now at Quintessence Theater in Mt. Airy and were amazed at the production you created. more
Providing both options in the same meeting is proving a challenge. more
The report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the two-week period between July 19 to July 25. more
On July 7, the Philadelphia Zoning Board of Adjustments granted a variance for the new housing development at 30 W. Highland Avenue. The decision had been expected. more
The City initially closed MLK Drive to vehicles from East Falls Bridge to Eakins Oval on March 20, 2020 more
While neither required approval from the DRC, the design review did lead to changes recommended by the committee. more
 It’s all about fruits and rums and over-the-top beverages this season. 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
The annual members meeting of the Chestnut Hill Community Association on July 22 began with the recitation of the CHCA’s activities over the past year, and a reminder of how difficult things had been. more
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