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Clayton, who died last month, the first woman and African American to lead the Philadelphia School District, was an avid collector of African American art. more
The Chestnut Hill Conservancy’s Night of Lights, conceived six years ago to bring the neighborhood's rich history to Germantown Avenue, starts Friday, Oct. 6. more
Chestnut Hill's 38th annual Fall for the Arts Festival returns on Sunday, Oct. 8 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., closing Germantown Avenue from Rex Avenue to Willow Grove Avenue. more
You might say this article is coming to you straight from the horse's mouth because Janet White refuses to rein it in. more
It is no secret in the local arts community that Mt. Airy resident Jessica Gorlin Liddell is a spectacularly talented mosaic artist. more
Alice Lesnick, who lives in Erdenheim, took a different path. She spent most of her life as an academic and did not begin painting until age 50. more
Since 2017, Uncle Bobbie’s in Germantown has been a self-described place for “cool people, dope books and great coffee.” more
On hiatus since 2019, the neighborhood festival returns Oct. 1 with a bustling streetscape of food, music, vendors and interactive activities. more
During its final performance of “ La bohème” on May 7, the Opera Philadelphia company had a surprise visit from a swarm of bees. more
Dr. Claire E. Robinson, named a “Top Doctor” by Philadelphia magazine, is no stranger to well-earned attention. more
You might say that Erdenheim business owner Ryan Rex plumbed the depths of his soul to write his newly released book. more
Every year, when summer comes to a close, my mind takes me back to the year 1969, when I saw a small ad for an outdoor rock concert. more
Quintessence Theatre Group, in residence at the Sedgwick Theater in Mt. Airy, launches Season XIV of epic theatre with George Bernard Shaw’s stinging comedy Major Barbara and Jean-Paul … more
Shortly after ChatGPT was released in November 2022, college professors began expressing fear and concerns about this emerging phenomenon. more
When you walk into James Douglas Rosenthal's Mt. Airy house of 25 years, you can immediately smell the varnish, turpentine and oil paint in his art studio. more
Chestnut Hill is pet-friendly year-round, but this Saturday’s Petapalooza on Germantown Avenue is the one special day when animals rule. more
Making teeny little figurines for dollhouses has to be harder than trigonometry, but Nan Altman spends a good part of her life on it while turning over every penny to charity. more
No matter what befalls their new eatery, Toska Restaurant & Brewery, it will be a picnic compared to what the owners endured in Kosovo. more
Chestnut Hill artist Ginger Garrett Arthur is currently showing her work at Jansen, the upscale Mt. Airy restaurant at Germantown and Gowen avenues. more
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