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After coming full circle back to the month where it all started last year, we can’t let our guard down just yet. more
As we Americans struggle with the COVID-19 coronavirus, we shouldn’t give ourselves a pass on the “other” pandemic afflicting American society, one that has been a virtual curse on … more
The proverb “necessity is the mother of invention” has proved true again and again during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion in Germantown will host Dr. Anna O. Marley, a 10-year Mt. Airy resident, for an illustrated talk about Henry Ossawa Tanner on Saturday, March 6, 1 p.m. more
Have you ever seen the calendar in the beginning of “Living” magazine that shows Martha Stewart’s personal “to-do” list for each month? I often look at it in awe – and have a good laugh. more
One of Greater Philadelphia’s most distinctive and acclaimed musical instruments is the Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill. more
A few years ago I asked local resident Dan Rose how he liked living in Chestnut Hill. He replied, “My wife, Martha, and I have lived in several places, but I have loved only two, Vermont and Chestnut Hill. I will only leave Chestnut Hill in a pine box. more
I have always enjoyed Tom Judd’s voice in the creative mix of our city’s artists, and Woodmere is honored to celebrate a new exhibition, History in Motion: Tom Judd’s Subway Mural, on view through June 13, 2021. more
What's a parent to do when a child's odd behavior escalates far enough, frequently enough, that it can't be shrugged off as just an eccentric personality? And what if the problem is magnified by six? more
Occasionally someone will ask me how I find out about so many fascinating musicians, authors, artists, etc., in the relatively small geographical we cover. more
Molly Sweeney leads a full and productive life as a woman who is blind. But her husband, Frank, can never leave well enough alone. more
The Philadelphia Orchestra celebrated the Chinese Lunar New Year with a “virtual” concert that aired Feb. 4-11. The entire program was dedicated to the music of celebrated Chinese … more
Is there a price to pay for fame coupled with the curse of color and gender? Were she alive today, Florence Price (1887-1953), said to be the first African-American woman to be recognized as a symphonic composer, might hold the answer. more
Try out your own hamantaschen at home this week with one of my favorite recipes from the City Tavern Baking and Dessert Cookbook. more
When Trapeta B. Mayson came to the U.S. as an eight-year-old child with her family in 1975 from Liberia in sub-Saharan West Africa, she could not have possibly imagined that she would become a social worker and award-winning poet. more
"The Queen's Gambit" Netflix series was recently nominated for Golden Globes awards for Best Picture and Best Actress. More than sixty million people have watched it. Though the novel the series was based on has been around since 1983, it has been hardly known outside of chess fan circles. more
Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, continued its “virtual” season in a most unusual way over the final days of January and the first few of February. more
You might say that Gigi Glendinning, 52, is a member of a quintessential Chestnut Hill family. more
Works of art made in recent months at Woodmere by children from preschool age to high school in our studio and school program. more
In a year of unprecedented firsts, it only seems fitting that now we have to figure out what to do for Valentine’s Day. more
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