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Steven Courtney writes music for kids and families. more
Elena Nahrmann is making her Stagecrafters debut in “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark.” more
Donald Nally and The Crossing opened their long-awaited and deeply anticipated “Month of Moderns” series of three concerts Saturday, June 11, at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill. more
While the actors do their job on stage, many others are hard at work behind the scenes of the Lantern Theater Company production which is scheduled to run through June 26 in Center City. One of those people is longtime radio news broadcaster Tiffany Bacon. more
Are you like me and almost everyone else on earth, and completely befuddled by this thing called cryptocurrency? more
Lafayette Hill resident Richard Lyntton's life would make a pretty good movie. He’s been a captain and a tank commander in the British military, observed and documented war crimes in Bosnia, been abducted by Serbs in Sarajevo and written several books.  more
The COVID pandemic may have resulted in some of the most stressful, isolated moments in many of our lives, but it was good for at least one thing. It brought us the city’s favorite brass band, Snacktime, which is scheduled to play the second concert in this year’s Chestnut Hill Community Association’s Pastorius Park summer concert series on June 22 at 7:30 p.m. more
Quintessence Theatre opened the second play of its Reclamation Repertory, "Camille" (1852), by Alexandre Dumas Fils'.  more
The Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields hosted its first Pride Choral Evensong Sunday afternoon, June 5. The traditional Anglican liturgy of the evening service was officiated by the Rev. James H. Littrell, featured the preaching of the Rev. Dr. Nora Johnson, and was immeasurably enhanced by the contributions of the parish’s music director, Tyrone Whiting. more
Mt. Airy Day, the annual festival celebrating the Northwest Philadelphia neighborhood, has been cancelled because of weather forecasts predicting rain and thunderstorms this weekend. more
While I wholeheartedly agree that popular media is incentivized to distract the public from the real problems facing our nation and our world, I must say that I chuckled at Lisante’s point of view.  more
Jeannine Mermet, a multi-talented, strong, self-reliant businesswomen and professional singer and dancer long before the word “feminism” was commonly used, died at the age of 93 on May 17, surrounded by her loving family.  more
Philadelphia-based band I Think Like Midnight headlines the first edition of the Chestnut Hill Community Association’s 2022 Summer Concerts series in Pastorius Park on June 15 at 7:30 p.m. The presenting sponsor is Chestnut Hill Hospital, and admission is free.  more
After two years off because of the pandemic, Mount Airy Home Companion is scheduled to perform June 11 at 7:30 p.m. and June 12 at 2 p.m. at Allens Lane Art Center in West Mt. Airy. more
Mt. Airy's Quintessence Theatre Group concludes its “Season XII: Breaking the Cycle,” with repertory productions of Pearl Cleage's “Flyin' West,” which continues through June … more
Four African American women, three sisters and a grandmother flee the South after the Civil War to find peace, prosperity and dignity. That is the hopeful story of "Flyin' West" (1990) by Pearl Cleage which opened at Quintessence Theatre this weekend, part of their final repertory pairing of the season. more
The Historical Society of Montgomery County executive director Barry Rauhauser will lead a guided walking tour of Historic Montgomery Cemetery on June 14 to watch the rising of the full moon. more
The Philadelphia Orchestra ended its online “Digital Stage” season this past weekend with the broadcast of a concert filmed in the Kimmel Center’s Verizon Hall. more
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