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A new exhibit at Historic Germantown will take visitors on a journey through the neighborhood’s 1940s past – and highlight two female luminaries. more
Faculty and students at Allens Lane Art Center are currently sponsoring a “Spring Fling” fine art and craft sale. more
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill is looking to increase the number of its young Choristers, who enhance the singing of its Adult Choir throughout the liturgical season. more
Raji Malik will perform original acoustic guitar pieces from his new album, “Time of the Glowing,” at the Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG), 7054 Germantown Ave., on Tuesday, May 9. more
The Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Chestnut Hill, will welcome the Fairmount String Quartet Saturday, May 13, at 7:30 p.m. more
Howard Myrick knows what it is like to overcome odds and to battle racist attitudes and practices. more
The “Kid’s Zone” at the Jenks Academy for the Arts and Sciences, a perennially favorite part of Chestnut Hill’s Home & Garden Festival, is back again this year. more
With its rich history, diverse landscape and a new executive director committed to community engagement, Philadelphia's Awbury Arboretum is bursting with an exciting lineup of events and activities. more
The Chestnut Hill Brewing Company, which is celebrating its sixth year in business this April, has certainly delivered on its original promise. more
Situated in a setting that is worthy of a poem by Wordsworth, the property is a virtual picture postcard. more
It’s a sure sign of spring in Chestnut Hill: the annual Home & Garden Festival, returning to Germantown Avenue Sunday, May 7.  more
When Fernando Sauri first opened Tamarindo’s in Broad Axe in 1999, he declared that his mission was “to create a new Mexican revolution,” and then he laughed. more
Stephen Sondheim is frequently credited with introducing a tragicomic dimension into American musical theater with his Tony Award-winning "Company" in 1970. more
Chestnut Hill’s two Episcopal parishes, St. Paul’s and St. Martin-in-the-Fields, will combine forces for the final Choral Evensong of the season Sunday, April 30. more
At the peak of her career in the mid-1930s, Kay Francis was one of the most popular, well-respected, and highest-paid actresses in Hollywood. more
Matines Café, the charming authentic French café that opened last November at 89 Bethlehem Pike, is featuring glass art created by Flannery Cronin. more
Philomusica Chorale, a Chestnut Hill-based community chorus, will perform in a May 6 concert that highlights issues of social justice. more
“Going to Africa is a spiritual journey for me. It's as close as I get to God,” insists Judith Hain, Wyndmoor professional photographer. more
Jean Genet’s “The Maids,” a play based loosely on the story of two infamous sisters who murdered their employer and her daughter in France in 1933, will be performed at Wyck Historic House & Gardens. more
Allens Lane Art Center will present the first retrospective exhibition of a true Chestnut Hill artistic legend, the late Carole Sivin (1936-2020). more
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