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Mezzo-soprano Chrystal E. Williams and pianist Andrew Hauze were the featured artists at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill’s first “Five Fridays” recital Oct. 14. more
Sequestered in their gothic, Eden-like Ferrara estate that they seldom leave, an affluent Italian-Jewish family ignores the incremental rise of the Fascists. more
The Springfield Township Historical Society will host a discussion of Pennsylvania brewing history Oct. 27 at the Wheel Pump Inn in Erdenheim. more
Frank X., the Barrymore Award winner now starring in Eugene Ionesco's “The Chairs,” says the playwright knew exactly what he was doing when he created the two roles.   more
In talking about her new novel, “Her Past Can't Wait,” which was released Sept. 13, Jacqueline Boulden was animated and passionate. more
The remnants of Hurricane Ida brought dramatic flooding last year to several Philly neighborhoods. more
Piffaro, Philadelphia’s Renaissance Band, opened its 2022-23 season of in-person concerts with a program entitled “Passing the Torch.” more
OCTOBER 18: ROMAN HOLIDAY more
Ralph Tudisco, a Mt. Airy native and Chestnut Hill College graduate, is determined that his love of opera will get him into the Guinness Book of World Records. more
If you have a low opinion of the legal profession, then “Filthy Rich Lawyers” will only reinforce your view.  more
In "The Chairs," Eugene Ionesco helped transform farce comedy into the modern genre we now call theater of the absurd. more
The Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Chestnut Hill, celebrated the opening of its 2022-23 season of musical events with an engaging potpourri. more
Legendary historians David McCullough and Doris Kearns Goodwin have both written that much of their research for their biographies of historical giants consisted of reading and quoting from letters.  more
This month, two local Jewish groups are celebrating the ancient Jewish festival of Sukkot in a big way. more
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, in Chestnut Hill, presented its first Choral Evensong of the season on Sept. 25. more
 SEVEN MEN FROM NOW (1956/78 minutes). A former sheriff blames himself after his wife dies during a Wells Fargo robbery. more
Anyone who’s ever wondered about the horses and riders that share the Wissahickon Park with all the humans that use it are invited to Monastery Stables on Sunday, Oct. 9. more
Do you have ideas for tours, lectures, exhibits, or other types of events that could be hosted by the Chestnut Hill Conservancy? We'd like to hear them. more
Mt. Airy author Janet Mason has done it again. more
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