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State Sen. Art Haywood helped secure the $750,000 grant, a significant step toward the theatre group's ultimate goal of buying and restoring the entire building. more
In the middle of all this turmoil is a middle-aged, grumpy, single man named Vanya who bemoans his fate and a younger woman, Sonia, his niece, sharing living space at her father's estate and not much else. more
If you really care about keeping it, now’s the time to ask an expert.  more
Held outdoors for the second straight year, the nation’s longest-running horticultural exhibition will take place in South Philadelphia’s FDR Park, 1500 Pattison Ave., a riverside site on Philadelphia’s Register of Historic Places. more
David Contosta, professor of history at Chestnut Hill College and prolific interpreter of modern America, has turned his pen to memoir and subtly bridged the genres.  more
Through the magic of the Internet’s digital stage, the concert presented in Dresden’s Dreikoenigskuchen (Church of the Epiphany) was available for viewing by local music lovers and supporters of the ensemble. more
Every single one of the 360 pages was a treasure and epiphany for me.  more
Directed by Mary Carpenter, the show features an ensemble cast of four who take on multiple roles in a series of vignettes throughout the show, including Lauryn Morgan Thomas, 26, who is making her Act II debut.  more
What most people probably don't know is that the Derby was originally dominated by Black jockeys when it was first launched in 1875, the height of the Victorian era. more
Now, after 20 years of honing his craft in many fine restaurants, Hosey is using his skills to encourage others to make vegan or vegetarian choices. more
Known for his candor and vision in the entrepreneurial space, Galloway will be the keynote speaker for a special evening celebrating innovation in education. more
Yes, Mt. Airy Day is back - in June. more
The Chestnut Hill Home & Garden Festival was back in full swing on Sunday, after two years of pandemic dreariness. more
About two dozen volunteers showed up in force on Arbor Day, April 29 to tend to some of Chestnut Hill’s most beloved trees. more
The concert has been described as “an inspiring collaboration between musicians and church leaders who believe in the power of music and storytelling to foster ‘beloved community.’” more
Filled with such unforgettable numbers as “Try to Remember,” “They Were You,” “Soon It's Gonna Rain” and others, “The Fantasticks” first opened in 1960 and continues to play at various venues to this day, making it one of the longest running musicals in U.S. theatrical history.  more
“Our Catholic identity was part of our family life,” she said during a recent Zoom interview. “My faith was always part of my identity.” more
The event is scheduled for 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the center’s headquarters, 6711 Lincoln Dr.  more
In early 1996, Holtz began working with the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History project, which director Steven Spielberg started after the movie Schindler's List to document the experiences of Holocaust survivors. more
When the Pennsylvania Supreme Court finalized the state’s constitutionally-mandated political redistricting last month, it brought bad news for many Hillers who support Chris Rabb. The … more
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