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Bob Weick didn't become an actor until what he calls “late in life.” He was 40 and singing with a choral group when the musical director suggested that he try acting. more
Lyric Fest, the “musical brain child” of Chestnut Hill pianist Laura Ward and East Falls mezzo-soprano Suzanne DuPlantis, opened its 20th season Sunday. more
Chestnut Hill resident Nelson Diaz has chronicled his life in the autobiography “Not from Here, Not from There." more
Maureen wants to escape rural Ireland and live a different life. While this seems like a run-of-the-mill set-up, there is nothing mundane about "The Beauty Queen of Leenane." more
Chestnut Hill’s annual Fall for the Arts festival drew a crowd of thousands until a mid-afternoon downpour. more
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Piffaro, Philadelphia’s internationally acclaimed Renaissance Band, will pass the torch with a concert Saturday, Oct. 1, at 7:30 p.m., at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill. more
The Woodmere Art Museum’s newest show, George Biddle: The Art of American Social Conscience, which opens on Saturday, Sept 24, presents an impressive exhibition. more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association’s first annual Fall Frolic was a big hit on Thursday evening, drawing a crowd of at least 174 people to the Philadelphia Cricket Club. more
Rick loses his idealism when he loses Ilsa amidst the chaos of World War II, opening a bar in neutral Casablanca to lick his wounds. more
The most exciting art at Woodmere Art Museum is not always in the galleries. Often it’s in the former carriage house right next door.  more
Joey Novick is a stand-up comic who tells a hilarious seven-minute story (you can see it on YouTube) about how he had a property line problem after moving from New York City to Flemington, NJ. more
Alphonso “Al” Lassiter, 72, has a perpetually smiling face that has brightened up the Chestnut Hill Weavers Way market at the cash register and around the store for the past 12 years. more
Among other awards, "Proof" by David Auburn won the Pulitzer Prize in 2001 for Best Play, and the work is now a staple with community theaters. more
Linda Chicchi has already sold a dozen of the 32 paintings at her solo show at Center on the Hill, the activity center for seniors located in the Presbyterian Church on Germantown Avenue. more
The Rev. Robert Polk, a 94-year-old resident of the Cathedral Village Retirement Community in upper Roxborough, said there were almost no other Black residents when he moved there 20 years ago. more
In "The Prisoner of Second Avenue," Neil Simon sets out to tackle a major social problem. more
Mt. Airy is perfect for Porchfest, and Tim Osborne knows it. more
Mt. Airy's much-praised racial diversity skipped over the issue of class, says author Abby Perkiss. more
Chestnut Hill's concert season is upon us. more
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