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Following an unhappy marriage, Neil Simon wanted to cheer himself up. So he penned "Rumors" (1988), his first and only farce. more
"Arsenic and Old Lace" has earned a lasting place as one of the best works of Hollywood's Golden Age. more
Mt. Airy lawyer and author Margaret Klaw  will discuss her new novel on June 15 at booked, 8511 Germantown Ave. more
Jazz. Classical. Pop. You name the genre, and Joseph Arnold has played it on a violin. more
A new exhibit by Germantown-based artist Tom Judd is designed to create a contemplative setting for “growing ideas.” more
Choral Arts Philadelphia has announced the appointment of Donald Meineke, of Chestnut Hill, as its new artistic director. more
A longtime tradition at St. Thomas Episcopal Church Whitemarsh is set to return after a more than 20-year absence. more
Mt. Airy resident Melanie Jones switched from singing. more
Alex Mitnick’s songs are guaranteed to get your kids dancing, clapping and shouting. 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
The effervescence of  "Hello, Dolly" is on display at Act II Playhouse. more
The Woodmere Art Museum’s Annual Juried Exhibition, now in its 81st year, is back once again. more
Two local ensembles, Piffaro, the Renaissance Band, and the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, rounded out their 2022-23 concert seasons with recent performances. more
Susannah Thomer and Joe Borrelli, both in their 70s, have admired one another for more than 50 years. Now her work is being shown at his gallery. more
For three years, the Northwest Philadelphia area community has been waiting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mt. Airy Day. more
Taking a cue from the “Flower Power” movement of the 1960s, the Mt. Airy Learning Tree is using that upbeat theme this weekend. more
Donald Nally and The Crossing, the Chestnut Hill-based choir specializing in contemporary choral music, will join the New York Philharmonic June 1-3. more
In refusing to take itself seriously, the riotous production of  "Twelfth Night" now running at Allens Lane Theater takes on a special radiance. 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
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