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“Going to Africa is a spiritual journey for me. It's as close as I get to God,” insists Judith Hain, Wyndmoor professional photographer. more
Jean Genet’s “The Maids,” a play based loosely on the story of two infamous sisters who murdered their employer and her daughter in France in 1933, will be performed at Wyck Historic House & Gardens. more
Allens Lane Art Center will present the first retrospective exhibition of a true Chestnut Hill artistic legend, the late Carole Sivin (1936-2020). more
Chestnut Hill’s Woodmere Art Museum will host two classical concerts over the next two weekends. First on the roster is “Sacred and Profane,” featuring Variant 6, Saturday, April … more
For younger readers who may not recognize the name, Harry Chapin was an influential singer-songwriter, philanthropist, and anti-hunger activist known for folk-rock hits of the 1970s, which he … more
“Shanghai Express” was the defining movie of the career of Anna May Wong, America’s first Asian-American movie star. more
Parks on Tap, Philly’s traveling beer garden, returns to Pastorius Park starting Wednesday, April 26, for five days of food, drink and community fellowship. more
In "Steel Magnolias," Truvy's hair salon in fictional Chinquapin, La., doubles as a refuge, a place where six very different women safely gather to commiserate and tease. more
There’s an old Middle Eastern saying: Once the camel’s nose is in the tent, you cannot get it out. And once Jeffrey Stern gets on a case, you cannot get him off it. more
“I never reconciled with my parents. I did go to see my mom, and I was allowed to go into the house, but my husband never could." more
Matthew Glandorf will conduct Choral Arts Philadelphia in two performances of a pair of oratorios by Giacomo Carissimi long thought to be lost to posterity. more
Pottery artist Stephanie Premich used to sell her wares at 40 events a year. COVID put an end to that, and now she focuses on premier regional events such as Clover Market. more
With an inspired title that captures the event’s horror and irony, a walking tour of Laurel Hill Cemetery scheduled for April 15 will commemorate the famed British ocean liner that tragically sank in 1912. more
The Montgomery County Chorale & Orchestra will conclude its 25th anniversary season with a concert April 16 featuring the premiere of a new work by composer Dr. Rollo A. Dilworth. more
Dan Rose's offbeat, often whimsical work is on display in an exhibit at City Arts Salon, 5838 Germantown Ave. , continuing through April 22. more
RUNA returns to the Commodore Barry Arts and Cultural Center, in their hometown of Philly, on Friday, April 21. more
TO CATCH A THIEF (1955 / 106 minutes) Alfred Hitchcock's effervescent, sexy, romantic and totally charming thriller stars Cary Grant and Philadelphia's own Grace Kelly. more
"Mistakes Were Made" immerses you in comic chaos. Tony Braithwaite, artistic director at Act II Playhouse, shines as Felix Artifex. more
Since Paris Bistro closed, there has been a certain je ne sais quoi missing in the Northwest dining scene. But with the opening of Bar Lizette, classic French bistro fare has returned. more
An Evening at the Art Garage Mt. Airy Art Garage is hosting a new community performance series on the second Tuesday of every month, starting April 11. more
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