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If there is a happy man in "Cure," it is Odysseus, played with resolution by award-winning actor Joseph Langham. more
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia welcomed David Hayes back to his old homestead here in Philadelphia to lead its first pair of concerts of the new year. more
kitchen organization and cleanliness are trending - for a good reason. more
Adelinas, Chestnut Hill's newest restaurant, can be found at the corner of Germantown and E. Southampton Avenues. more
I recently read four books you might enjoy. All of them concern the mystifying intersections where humans and animals all too often collide. more
Anyone who has ever owned a restaurant has probably felt at some point that someone was driving nails into their head. Working around the clock, including nights, weekends and holidays (when most … more
The event last year marked a soft opening for the used bookstore. For a $5 donation, the Friends will set you up on a Blind Date with a Book. more
Time keeps the best secrets and eventually buries the truth in an unmarked grave, forever lost to the ages because the truth has a way of always finding its way home. more
 Chestnut Hill resident Tony DePaul's crime novels is full of references to Northwest Philadelphia locations. They definitely make the events seem more relatable. more
Not merely content to follow the outward forms, Mason Bates voiced his “Piano Concerto” as a compendium of the history of classical music. more
In Woke Racism, McWhorter takes on quite a few sacred cows, including affirmative action. Needless to say, all of this makes McWhorter a bit of a lightning rod on social media, where he gets pilloried by some and praised by others.  more
It is the rare individual who can walk through an available residence and have the ability to see past an unfortunate layout, outdated kitchen and baths, ghastly wallcoverings and linoleum floors - not to mention paint colors that are reflective of the current owner’s taste.   more
The Chestnut Hill Business Association is bringing back one of its favorite annual events, Chestnut Hill On Ice. The two-day event will take place along Germantown Avenue between Rex and Willow Grove Avenues on Friday, Jan. 28, from 5 to 9 p.m., and Sunday, Jan. 30, from noon to 5 p.m. more
The Tempesta di Mare Chamber Players will field an ensemble of flute, two violins, two violas, cello, lute and harpsichord. more
Yannick Nezet-Seguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra performed the “Piccolo Concerto” of Chestnut Hill native Amanda Harberg, with piccolo player Erica Peel as soloist. more
We resolve to eat less food and to exercise, and we resolve to make better meal choices. We resolve to cook with healthier ingredients, and we resolve to make grocery lists that we stick to. more
Based on a true story, Chestnut Hill author Alfred O'Neill Jr. has just written “…an intriguing crime story packed with shady characters, double-dealing and violence … Alby and … more
I was fortunate enough to hear and view it virtually, and I’ve come away from the opportunity enthralled and delighted by her efforts. more
Long-time Chestnut Hill resident Dr. George L. Spaeth is arguably the most renowned ophthalmologist in the world. The Director Emeritus of the Glaucoma Service at Wills Eye Hospital received his … more
Doug Wechsler, who has written 24 previous books about nature and the animal world and has taken most of the photos in them, specializes in researching information that is not widely known to the public. more
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