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Accomplished film animator John Serpentelli will be teaching three Mt. Airy Learning Tree classes in “Mighty Mash-Up Collage” this month. more
Gwyn Roberts and Richard Stone have brought delighted music lovers often worn out by hearing the same “retreads” of the standard repertoire with wonderful yet little-known works of music by overlooked composers. more
When posting to Yelp, remember that your reviews have the power to make or break a local restaurant that, quite frankly, needs all our support right now. more
Germantown sculptor and teacher Lori Zett, whose artistic work represents the horrors of her childhood experiences during World War II, is now on display at the current show at Mt. Airy Art Garage. more
“Are on this earth to help others; don’t you think? I’ve learned a lot from these people with so-called disabilities because they are some of the most honest, loving, nonjudgmental people you will ever know.” more
Woodmere's newest exhibit, which runs through May 8, brings an animal theme to its range of paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, and photographs, with a special focus on fun for the whole family.  more
The powerful new production is based on the life of the Rev. Augustus Tolton, the first Black priest in the United States. It’s a compelling true story of courage, forgiveness and reconciliation that Bishop Joseph Perry of Chicago, who is leading an effort to have Tolton canonized, thinks will resonate deeply with modern American audiences. more
The roster of music includes Francesca Maria Veracini’s Sonata in F Major, Silvius Leopold Weiss’ Suite in D Minor, William Babell’s Sonata No. 6 in G Minor, Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerre’s Sonata No. 4 in G Major, and Johann Friedrich Fasch’s Sonata in C Major. more
High school students from across the city are invited to participate in the Virtual Philadelphia Youth Film Festival on Saturday, Feb. 26.  more
One day last August, I read a cluster of news headlines on Phillynewsfeeds.com. They dismayed me, so I copied and pasted them to a file while I thought about their weird, peculiarly American horror. more
Spice Rack manager Shannon Lebraun is one of many local African Americans who make Northwest Philadelphia, from Chestnut Hill to Mt. Airy to Germantown, buzz to life with foodie possibilities. more
First Presbyterian Church in Germantown will launch its new concert series Sunday, Feb. 20, at 2 p.m. more
Mt. Airy actress Shawneka Ponder said the best part of what she does is tell stories of different people. And the best stories, she says, are those that are poignant and relatable. more
Inspired by Nelson Mandela's release as well as the violent conflicts in Northern Ireland, Seamus Heaney's “The Cure at Troy,” which continues through Feb. 20 at Quintessence Theatre in Mt. Airy, is a fresh adaptation of Sophocles' rarely produced “Philoctetes.” more
From rowing along the remote, tree-covered Mekong Delta to walking the streets of downtown Saigon, Seif captured the spirit of Vietnam. more
One of the few surviving repertory movie theaters, Chestnut Hill Film Group’s Tuesday Night movie program is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. more
Retired history professor Edward J.M. Rhoads just finished his memoir, “War and Revolution in South China: The Story of a Transnational Biracial Family, 1936-1951” more
They say that every cloud has a silver lining. Although that may not always be the case, it was so over the final weekend of January when the region was hit by a snowstorm. Although I was unable to … more
For the first time in recorded history, the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day are falling on the same weekend. more
Patricia Masarachia's bunker-like break room is expressive, and director Connie Norwood's dynamic cast gives this play a pulse. more
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