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Otto Preminger’s 1959 “Anatomy of a Murder,” starring James Stewart, Ben Gazzara, Lee Remick and Joseph Welch is a twisty legal thriller with a doubly ironic conclusion. more
Dara Haskins, a Germantown artist whose solo exhibit opens this week at Allens Lane Art Center, is as bold, candid and uncompromising as her colorful work.  more
Piffaro, the Renaissance Band, will perform a concert of music from the Austrian court and countryside Saturday. March 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill. more
Almost forgotten and upstaged by the MGM 1954 technicolored version, the 1936 production of “Show Boat” is perhaps the greatest of all transitions from stage to screen.  more
The opening scene of "The Tempest" at Quintessence is a tribute to the power of stagecraft. more
Along with Guinness, Jameson and Kerrygold butter, one of Ireland’s greatest exports may be Dervish, a dazzling Irish traditional band. more
Dan Ravasio, of Chestnut Hill, grew up in a Western Pennsylvania coal mining and steelworker town that wasn’t noted for nurturing a young man’s artistic side. more
There is a fresh burst of color at Gallery on the Avenue, with a spring exhibit that includes Christopher Ward's life-sized psychedelic llama, and more. more
The Crossing, the Grammy Award-winning choir founded and directed by Donald Nally, will be joined by the PRISM Quartet to present the world premiere of Martin Bresnick’s “Self-Portraits 1964, Unfinished.” more
When floral enthusiasts walk into the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show this week, somewhere amid the sweeping displays will be an exhibit showing barrels pouring streams of flowers into a foundation of colorful blossoms. It has local connections. more
The landscape, painted more than 150 years ago by the radical French realist Gustave Courbet, was found in a basement during renovations. more
With an evident sense of mission, theater director Nancy Ridgeway avoids fluffy entertainment in favor of dramas that disturb.  more
First Fridays on the Avenue just got a lift with the addition of an art-infused happy hour at NoName Gallery, 8127 Germantown Ave., next to Laurel Gardens. more
Matthew Glandorf will conduct Choral Arts Philadelphia on March 4. more
What are the lives of Amish women really like? Over the course of a decade, author Judy Stavisky spent hundreds of hours getting to know the women of Lancaster County's reclusive Amish community to elicit an answer to this question. more
Chestnut Hill’s Woodmere Art Museum will host New World Recorders in recital Sat., Feb. 25, at 5 p.m. The repertoire will include music by Dufay to Bach and even on to Schumann and beyond. more
Members of the Fairmount String Quartet will be the principal musical performers in “Healing with the Arts.” more
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