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There was a time when drive-in movies were all the rage. There are still some options in this region, including at the Water Tower. more
The Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields in Chestnut Hill celebrated a “Pride Evensong” Sunday, June 11. more
Germantown's Lois Volta developed her housecleaning gig into a successful business, a product line, and now a book. more
Diane Billas will discuss her new novel, “Does Love Always Win?,” at booked on June 24. more
A series of invisible, rain-activated haiku poems, written by elementary schoolchildren in Germantown, can be seen through August. more
At 17, Hirmand Azimi fled violence in Afghanistan, an ordeal that has informed his life in Philadelphia, and also fueled his activism. more
Mt. Airy resident Anya Rose, a Lower School science teacher at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (SCH), and Julie Be, a music therapist, teamed up for Ants on a Log. more
Mt. Airy artist's whimsical illustrations depict how children coped with the COVID epidemic. more
While Juneteenth is celebrated all over the city and nation, it is especially meaningful right here in Northwest Philadelphia. more
With the air beginning to clear (God willing), al fresco dining likely will resume its place as a carefree joy of summer that won’t be hazardous to your health. more
Donald Nally and The Crossing will present the world premiere of Ted Hearne’s “Farming” outdoors at Kings Oaks Farm in Newtown, Bucks County, June 22-25. The Grammy Award-winning … more
How can anyone condense the 400-year history of African American music into two hours or less? Germantown resident Guthrie P. Ramsey Jr., Ph.D, plans to do just that. more
Following an unhappy marriage, Neil Simon wanted to cheer himself up. So he penned "Rumors" (1988), his first and only farce. more
"Arsenic and Old Lace" has earned a lasting place as one of the best works of Hollywood's Golden Age. more
Mt. Airy lawyer and author Margaret Klaw  will discuss her new novel on June 15 at booked, 8511 Germantown Ave. more
Jazz. Classical. Pop. You name the genre, and Joseph Arnold has played it on a violin. more
A new exhibit by Germantown-based artist Tom Judd is designed to create a contemplative setting for “growing ideas.” more
Choral Arts Philadelphia has announced the appointment of Donald Meineke, of Chestnut Hill, as its new artistic director. more
A longtime tradition at St. Thomas Episcopal Church Whitemarsh is set to return after a more than 20-year absence. more
Mt. Airy resident Melanie Jones switched from singing. more
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