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Depressed that daylight is ending sooner and winter is nigh?  Just in time, the Chestnut Hill Conservancy is hosting its annual and beloved Night of Lights festival. more
After watching certain TV shows, one might be excused for believing that some celebrities are rather shallow and self-centered, but Melissa Fitzgerald belies the stereotype. more
Donald Nally conducted The Crossing in concert on Sept. 16 in the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill. The program was entitled “Crickets in Our Backyard.” more
Spencer Tracy and Loretta Young star in Frank Borzage's 1933 melodrama "Man's Castle" at 7:30 pm, Tuesday, Oct. 3, at Woodmere Art Museum. more
Chestnut Hill’s Woodmere Art Museum has announced a fall/winter season of classical concerts that includes five performances. more
The Chestnut Hill Film Group is kicking off its new fall season with a double-feature Sept. 26 presentation of two Kay Francis movies. more
“Doubt: A Parable” has not lost its glow. It earned bravos at Stagecrafters on opening night. more
On hiatus since 2019, the neighborhood festival returns Oct. 1 with a bustling streetscape of food, music, vendors and interactive activities. more
You might say that Erdenheim business owner Ryan Rex plumbed the depths of his soul to write his newly released book. more
Local author Ilyssa Kyu will appear at booked, 8511 Germantown Ave., this Saturday with Dave Kyu, her husband and co-author. more
When I was a kid, growing up in the 1950s, Sunday matinees were a common and frequent offering by many classical music ensembles throughout the country, including those here in Philadelphia. Then, in … more
The Stagecrafters community theater will open its 2023-2024 season with John Patrick Shanley's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning play, "Doubt: A Parable." more
Dennis Moritz, a Germantown resident for the last 50 years, is not exactly a household name. But the founding partner of N1 Theatre has gotten some pretty impressive reviews. more
Quintessence Theatre Group, in residence at the Sedgwick Theater in Mt. Airy, launches Season XIV of epic theatre with George Bernard Shaw’s stinging comedy Major Barbara and Jean-Paul … 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
Chestnut Hill is pet-friendly year-round, but this Saturday’s Petapalooza on Germantown Avenue is the one special day when animals rule. more
The opening of the 2023-24 season of classical music concerts will be highlighted by peerless vocal and choral singing offered by local musicians and ensembles. more
Three Northwest filmmakers will present a community screening of their award-winning documentary, “Beethoven in Beijing,” on Sept. 7. more
Local classical music lovers are lucky when it comes to hearing “live” performances of music taken from the chamber orchestra repertoire. more
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