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When Leopold Stokowski took over the reins of the Philadelphia Orchestra as its new music director in 1912, the band was little more than a decade old and had nothing more than a regional reputation. more
Now that the warmer weather is here to stay for a few months, it is a perfect time to go outside with the whole family. more
When Meghan Cary’s fiance Matthew Black died, she was only 26 years old and she could barely play guitar. more
If you have not yet managed to make it to one of the Chestnut Hill Community Association’s Pastorius Park Summer Concert Series, you might very well want to put that on your bucket list for the summer.  more
Here are nine things you might want to try. more
Donald Nally and The Crossing will bring their “Month of Moderns” series of contemporary choral music concerts to a close at 7 p.m., Friday, July 8. more
The public is invited to "Star Trek: A Temporal Event"at Chestnut Hill Library on Wednesday, July 13, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. more
According to clinical psychologist Alyson Nerenberg, an addictions and relationship expert who has long had an office in Chestnut Hill, many of us enter into relationships with unrealistic expectations - which can lead to crushing disappointment.  more
Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, closed out its 20th anniversary season with a concert that is now available online through July 19. more
The Chestnut Hill Community Association’s Pastorius Park Summer Concerts series will continue next week with a performance by Runa, a traditional celtic band with roots in Chestnut Hill. more
"Ruined" and "Sweat," the two Pulitzer Prize-winning plays by Lynn Nottage, deal with political problems in a somber way. But Nottage has another side: "By The Way, Meet Vera Stark." more
Meet Diane, Vera, Rose and Kathy Ann, seniors who are best friends and whose friendship buoys them through life's ups and downs. That's the basic theme of  “Old Ringers,” continuing at Old Academy Players, 3544 Indian Queen Lane, through June 26. more
Steven Courtney writes music for kids and families. more
Elena Nahrmann is making her Stagecrafters debut in “By the Way, Meet Vera Stark.” more
Donald Nally and The Crossing opened their long-awaited and deeply anticipated “Month of Moderns” series of three concerts Saturday, June 11, at the Presbyterian Church of Chestnut Hill. more
While the actors do their job on stage, many others are hard at work behind the scenes of the Lantern Theater Company production which is scheduled to run through June 26 in Center City. One of those people is longtime radio news broadcaster Tiffany Bacon. more
Are you like me and almost everyone else on earth, and completely befuddled by this thing called cryptocurrency? more
Lafayette Hill resident Richard Lyntton's life would make a pretty good movie. He’s been a captain and a tank commander in the British military, observed and documented war crimes in Bosnia, been abducted by Serbs in Sarajevo and written several books.  more
The COVID pandemic may have resulted in some of the most stressful, isolated moments in many of our lives, but it was good for at least one thing. It brought us the city’s favorite brass band, Snacktime, which is scheduled to play the second concert in this year’s Chestnut Hill Community Association’s Pastorius Park summer concert series on June 22 at 7:30 p.m. more
Quintessence Theatre opened the second play of its Reclamation Repertory, "Camille" (1852), by Alexandre Dumas Fils'.  more
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