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Lou Walinsky is 88 keys of pure American joy. A pianist, arranger and improviser, Lou has spent the last 40 years building his repertoire into a musical melting pot. more
Nancy Sophy, MFA, began her tenure as the Center’s new Executive Director on July 12. more
There is an orchestra full of outstanding musicians in our area, but when it comes to the respect of fellow music-makers and critics, flutist and saxophonist Lynn Riley is right at the top of the mountain. more
Busy as two jobs keep her, Kristen Spangenberg is also a talented singer under the professional name Kristin D. more
Isabel Catalan had never recited in public before. Her first audience was the Wawa Welcome America. more
Kielinski Photography in Germantown is a husband-and-wife team whose work seems born of an ability to coax their own hearts, and that of their subjects, into the picture. more
In 2018 Rush Kress started doing monthly installments of Bible-toons. Soon they will also be available in Spanish. more
Threatening skies moved the July 21st Meghan Cary concert off the stage at Pastorius Park and into the Middle School auditorium at Springside Chestnut Hill. more
Andrew Lipke and the Azrael String Quartet were the first musicians to grace the stage at Pastorius Park since the free summer concert series reopened post-pandemic. more
Mt. Airy's Quintessence Theatre Group production features real-life husband and wife Rachel Bay Jones as Mrs. Maggie Antrobus and Benim Foster as Mr. George Antrobus. "The Skin of Our Teeth" streams through August 1. more
Chestnut Hill resident Alexandre Delcourt, 29, felt fortunate that he was at least able to obtain his “artist visa” that will enable him to stay here until the fall of 2022 and maybe longer. more
Hideaway Music is gearing up for the second Record Store Day of the summer. Over 40 special-edition releases will be coming – and even the store doesn’t know if you can get one. more
Mt. Airy's Ellie Seif, who recently celebrated her 80th birthday, had her first exposure to film and imaging as the daughter of a motion picture projectionist in a local movie theater in Brooklyn, New York, in the 1950s. more
The question to Jeanne Sorg is: What's a nice Mayor like you doing on a stage like this? And the answer is: Participating in “He-e-e-er's Tony!” the final presentation of Ambler's Act II Playhouse's 2020-2021 season. more
Robin Tasco, a master electrician and ardent craftsman for over 30 years, was driving along Germantown Avenue when she noticed the many vacant storefronts the pandemic left in its wake. That was all she needed to set the wheels in motion. more
In the early 1970s, while living in upper Bucks County along the Delaware River, Kathy Robinson took a batik workshop with a local artist and quickly found that this was the technique that would enable her to integrate her interests in both art and design. more
Professional photographer Lisa Haun was once assigned to capture the image of musical superstars like Paul Simon, Joan Jett and a young U2 front-man, Bono, during the band's first trip to the U.S., and she even stumbled upon a chance to photograph famed Beat poet Allen Ginsberg ("Howl") during her 35-year career as a photographer. more
“Standing and Breathing,” an art installation consisting of four wire sculptures that visitors are encouraged to locate through a scavenger hunt experience was installed in the treetops in late April. more
Cosgrove is an artist-in-residence and associate professor of art at Wilkes University in Wilkes Barre whose representational work has almost brought me to tears when I have seen it. more
Al-Mudhif - A Confluence, which opens to the public on Thursday, June 24. The intent was to use the construction process to heal from the twin traumas of war and displacement. This unusual environmental art structure is the first built in North America outside of Iraq. more
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