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The concert is at 8 p.m. at the Royal, which opened last year at 1 S. Easton Rd. in Glenside. more
Hoerlin, who served as Health Commissioner of Philadelphia and now lives in Center City, taught public health at the University of Pennsylvania and has been a visiting lecturer at Haverford College and Oxford University. more
After Covid forced a year of closure and a sharply curtailed event in another, Chestnut Hill’s annual Home & Garden Festival is back in full swing this year. more
This year, Jenks Academy for the Arts and Sciences is hosting the Home & Garden Festival's Fun Fest. more
Pearl opened the program with a rare treat -- Jacquet de la Guerre’s Suite in A minor. more
Chestnut Hill area resident and former public school teacher Frank Burd, who has written theater reviews for area newspapers and whose photos have appeared in the Local, is one of the participating artists. more
Creole-born C.J. Chenier, a Grammy-nominated, world-renowned musician and recording artist will bring his musical hot sauce to the “Zydeco Dance Party” on Friday, April 22, at The Irish … more
Abra Lee, a horticulturist and author, will speak in an “‘Ethel Day’ Symposium: Unearthed History of Black Garden Clubs in America” at 11 a.m., Thursday, April 21. more
Psychologist Dr. Lisa Damour will lead an online discussion about helping children and teenagers manage their emotions in an event presented April 27 by Springfield Chestnut Hill Academy. more
“Companions – mas masarap magkasama,” which roughly translates to “more delicious together,” features work by three artists whose culture is rooted in the Philippines. more
“The Seven Last Words of Christ” at the Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields is part of a tradition of reflecting on Christ’s sayings on the cross that goes back 335 years. more
Stagecrafters' “Crimes of the Heart,” which won a Pulitzer Prize and was nominated for a Tony Award, is scheduled to open Thursday, April 14, and run through April 24. more
Woodmere Art Museum’s newest exhibition explores the creative relationship between the husband and wife, painter and poet pair Warren and Jane Rohrer. more
The tradition of reflecting on Christ’s sayings on the cross goes back 335 years. A century later, Haydn was commissioned to provide music for a Good Friday service in Cadiz, Spain. more
The Clover Market will feature a whole new slew of vendors selling goods such as crafts, antiques, furniture and clothing. There are slated to be about 90 vendors in total, according to Janet Long, the event’s organizer. more
The three major works of the musical roster were the “Magnificat” and “Nunc dimittis” from the “Collegium Magdalenae Oxoniense” (Service for Magdalen College, Oxford University) by Kenneth Leighton (1929-1988) and the anthem at the Offertory “Turn Thou to Thy God” by Leo Sowerby (1895-1968). more
You want to burst out laughing, but you don't because you also feel a little bit scared. more
"The Winter's Tale" is so wild it is unsurprising that few theaters are nervy enough to take it on. more
To say that the show was a disaster I feel is a gross understatement. more
During her many travels (France, Italy, Greece, Scotland, and Canada), she studied at Rhodes University in South Africa for one year, which she devoted entirely to classes in drama. more
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