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“Gideon Mendel: Drowning World” dramatically demonstrates the effects of catastrophic flooding on people in the U.S. and around the world. more
The Germantown Friends School All-School Art Show is now open, hosted online for the second year! The virtual portrait exhibit was conceived as a communal reflection of the past year. … more
Quiara Alegria Hudes, a former Germantown resident, may not be a household name, but she co-wrote “In the Heights” with Lin Manuel Miranda, of “Hamilton” fame. Now their much-honored musical has been made into a Hollywood movie more
Piffaro, Philadelphia Renaissance Band, closed out its 2020-2021 season of concerts with a “virtual” performance of “Fuguing from Obrect to Bach,” recorded in Christ Church, Christiana Hundred, Wilmington, Delaware. more
Michele Corbman, 66, who has lived in Chestnut Hill for nine years, has mastered several creative disciplines. At first the pandemic did not have the corrosive effect on her artistic endeavors that it had on so many others. more
The Mt. Airy Art Garage will introduce its first exhibit at its new home, “Black Art Matters,” on June 19. more
Jonathan Eckel's brilliant abstract paintings (sort of like a marriage of Picasso and Jackson Pollock) are currently on display through June 30 at Awbury Arboretum's Francis Cope House. more
The restrictions on indoor dining brought more sidewalk cafés to Chestnut Hill. No one is in a rush to see them go away. more
When I found out recently that John Szwed has been living in Chestnut Hill for years, I was floored. I thought for sure he'd be living in New York or L.A. more
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill, marked the Solemnity of Pentecost with a Choral Evensong Sunday, May 23. St. Martin-in-the-Fields will hold its first in-person Choral Evensong since the pandemic lockdown on June 6. Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, performed a concert entitled “Reutter’s Vienna” more
This week, I was headed through Flourtown to go to Starbucks when I almost had a car wreck on Bethlehem Pike. There it was: SWEETZELS emblazoned big and bold on the glass outside 1501 Bethlehem Pike. more
We’re not only talking about homemade ice cream, we’re talking more specifically about gourmet twists on the old favorite, from ice cream cakes to blinged-out ice cream sandwiches. more
My family tree was erased by history. more
The former St. Madeline Sophie Church at the intersection of Greene and Pelham Street has been the Circus Campus since 2017. more
Readers of the Chestnut Hill Local will know that Woodmere is working hard to save Saint Michael’s Hall from the wrecking ball. The game changer is that Woodmere’s collection would come to life as never before. more
When the Philadelphia Orchestra announced the fall portion of its 2021-2022 season of concerts, it revealed both how the ensemble was returning to pre-pandemic norms as well as how the “old normal” won’t be fully retrieved. The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia will return to “live in-person” performances in June and July. more
What do knights in shining armor have to do with slimy snails and porcupines? A lot, according to Elizabeth Yohlin Baill, museum educator and author of “Armor & Animals.” more
Outdoor sculpture by local artists have long been part of Woodmere Museum’s landscape. But the museum’s newest addition to its sculpture garden is not constructed of metal, steel or granite. It is made of earth, fallen trees and nature’s debris. more
 Although the pandemic has been a disaster for so many people, it has forced some others to make choices they otherwise would not have made which turned out to be fortuitous. … more
 With Gravers Lane Gallery’s 40-year retrospective, “Lewis Knauss/Recording Time,” locals will finally have an opportunity to discover one of the great talents within our midst. more
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