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His chops have been thrilling audiences for 70 years, "blowing changes" with chord tones and harmonic rhythms. more
To listen to the Deb Callahan Band is to be transported. more
On July 20, the historic Ambler Theater will host a screening of "Show Her the Money," a powerful documentary directed by Ky Dickens. more
Matines Cafe and Jansen are both celebrating with special events and menus. more
Woodmere Art Museum’s summer classes for youth offer children and teens the chance to escape the heat and tap into their creativity. more
Mt. Airy native Lila Kushner was 7 years old when she walked through the studio doors of Philadelphia Dance Theatre (PDT)  for her first lesson. more
From festivals to pubs, a trio of talented musicians is captivating audiences with their unique blend of traditional Irish music and modern influences. more
If you’ve already seen “Casablanca,” here’s everything you need to know. If you haven't: What? more
Chestnut Hill’s Donald Meineke has been named the new, permanent organist and choirmaster at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Center City. more
A new exhibit opening July Fourth at the IMPeRFeCT Gallery in Germantown features the artwork of immigrants unified by their choice to live and work in Philadelphia. more
Stereotypes of older people who watch TV and play bingo all day have no place at the Center in the Park. more
Sweat, tequila, shirts unbuttoned to the navel, and a scintillating playlist are bound to evoke summer vibes. more
The Philadelphia-based band, known for its eclectic mix of music genres, will bring its blend of New Orleans R&B, reggae, blues and Afrobeat to the stage July 3. more
Valentin Radu -- founder, artistic director and conductor of Vox Ama Deus – has announced the ensemble’s 2024-25 season. more
In the sweltering summer of 1975, a great white shark emerged from the depths of the ocean and splashed onto the silver screen. more
The delicate flower paintings of Betsy Batchelor are part of a colorful career retrospective on exhibit at the Cope House Gallery in Germantown. more
June is now well known as Pride Month. Young children may see all the colorful excitement, but you may be unsure how to explain it. more
Plymouth Meeting’s Kris Rudzinski, director of the Germantown Branch of Settlement Music School, has announced a full schedule. more
A folk group hailing from “the beautiful hills of Roxborough,” Turtle Ridge performs music steeped in a long lineage of bluegrass and Americana. more
The longest-running free outdoor concert series in Philadelphia returns June 19 marking 75 years of presenting a vibrant array of musical performances. more
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