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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
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
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
My wife and I had dinner recently with a much younger adult who spent quite a bit of time on a cell phone. more
A balanced diet and exercise, which includes a combination of aerobic activities and strength training, is necessary to maintain long-term health. more
A new exhibit by Germantown-based artist Tom Judd is designed to create a contemplative setting for “growing ideas.” more
The effervescence of  "Hello, Dolly" is on display at Act II Playhouse. more
The Woodmere Art Museum’s Annual Juried Exhibition, now in its 81st year, is back once again. more
Two local ensembles, Piffaro, the Renaissance Band, and the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, rounded out their 2022-23 concert seasons with recent performances. more
Susannah Thomer and Joe Borrelli, both in their 70s, have admired one another for more than 50 years. Now her work is being shown at his gallery. more
For three years, the Northwest Philadelphia area community has been waiting to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mt. Airy Day. more
Chestnut Hill contains many important examples of Midcentury Modern design. But others also deserve attention -- like the former residence of James Bond, scheduled for a sheriff's sale. more
Rev. Chebon Kernell, a native American theologian, will be leading two days of conversation at the Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. more
Let’s all face the facts: We probably would not experience good food were it not for mothers. more
In a statement emailed to the Local Friday, Bass repeated the quote she provided for a previous Local story: “It’s not an auction; it’s an election.” more
Raji Malik will perform original acoustic guitar pieces from his new album, “Time of the Glowing,” at the Mt. Airy Art Garage (MAAG), 7054 Germantown Ave., on Tuesday, May 9. more
Not everyone appreciates the roar of chainsaws outside their window first thing in the morning, but it was music to the ears of Pastorius Park neighbor Kava Franklin. more
Flower lovers, rejoice. Germantown Avenue is about to burst into bloom again, and it won’t just be at street level. more
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