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Eleanor Roosevelt was much more than a memorable First Lady and the wife of a man many consider to be one of the nation’s greatest presidents. more
David Biddle has stretched his imagination with his new book, “Old Music for New People,” a timely and contemporary novel about a teenager named Robert. more
Vincent Dubois, one of the three organists at the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Notre Dame in Paris, made a much-appreciated stop in Philadelphia to present a solo organ recital. more
Ernst Lubitsch put his unique "touch" on this more-timely-than-ever tragical farce (or farcical tragedy) wherein Jack Benny leads a troupe of hammy actors in miraculously thwarting the Nazis. more
The Valley Green Chess Club invites players (at every level) to play the game from 5 to 7:45 p.m. Tuesdays at Valley Green Inn on Valley Green Road.  more
You wonder if the historical Eleanor Roosevelt was as captivating as the Eleanor you see on the stage at Act II Playhouse. more
For Norma Wingate, an avid tennis player who starred on Central High School's Public League championship tennis team in 1992, the word “love” always makes her think of tennis. more
With so many tragedies and horrors on the front pages of every major newspaper and the 11 p.m. TV news, it is reassuring to know that there are also uplifting stories. more
Although the COVID-19 pandemic stubbornly refuses to completely go away, during the week between Oct. 16 and 23, I heard three performances that bode well for the future. more
Ernst Lubitsch put his unique "touch" on this more-timely-than-ever tragical farce (or farcical tragedy). more
The Valley Green Chess Club invites players (at every level) to play the game from 5 to 7:45 p.m. Tuesdays at Valley Green Inn on Valley Green Road. more
The 13th Annual Family Matters Conference for LGTBQ+ parents, and prospective and expectant parents, will be held Nov. 3 to 5.  The event is a hybrid conference with Nov. 3 and 4 online only … more
Actor and playwright Josh L. Hitchens, the Theater Artistic Director at Allens Lane Art Center and author of “Haunted History of Philadelphia,” has always loved the macabre. more
Brian Reisman never thought his business would last 20 years when he opened Hideaway Music Store. more
It’s the fall season, when a chill in the air means Halloween for some and less ghoulish events for others. more
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
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