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June is now well known as Pride Month, celebrating the LGBTQ+ community. Rainbow flags are plentiful around the neighborhood. Young children may see all the colorful excitement and wonder what … more
Plymouth Meeting’s Kris Rudzinski, director of the Germantown Branch of Settlement Music School, has announced a full schedule of concerts and instruction for its summer semester, running from … more
Turtle Ridge brings their expansive folk and bluegrass to Pastorius Park A folk group hailing from “the beautiful hills of Roxborough,” Turtle Ridge performs music steeped in a long … more
The longest-running free outdoor concert series in Philadelphia returns June 19 marking 75 years of presenting a vibrant array of musical performances. more
Four months after The Colored Girls Museum was granted a zoning variance to remain in its twin Victorian home, the museum is navigating a period of flux. more
Donald Nally will conduct The Crossing’s “Month of Moderns” concerts, Saturday, June 15, at 5 p.m., and Thursday, June 27, at 7 p.m. more
In all theater, there is nothing like "Our Town." Winner of the Pulitzer Prize in 1938, the iconic work is now running at Old Academy Players more
Standing on a stage in front of an audience and not knowing what will happen next might be scary for some, but for the ComedySportz troupe, no script, no problem. more
For two weeks, Gravers Lane Gallery in Chestnut Hill has showcased intricate creations, each piece a testament to the talent of Philadelphia high school students. more
Michael Schantz discovered acting at Chestnut Hill Academy. Meanwhile, Mary Cadden Tucker was acting in musicals at Springfield Township High School. more
In the 35 years since the release of Tim Burton’s “Batman,” there have been 128 superhero movies made, and that’s just counting the ones that made it to theaters.  more
On the first Thursday of every month, Maria Eble instructs "Yoga for Youngsters!" at the Chestnut Hill Library from 10:30-11:15 a.m. more
The Fairmount String Quartet filled the Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields sanctuary with music. more
Just in time for "Juneteenth," Quintessence Theatre presents "Father Comes Home from the Wars, (Parts 1, 2 and 3)" by Suzan-Lori Parks. more
Mt. Airy is gearing up to host its signature outdoor event, Go Mt. Airy Supper Sessions, a monthly festival. more
Folk musician Saul Broudy, who specializes in bluegrass, country, blues, rockabilly and roots music, will highlight the songs of Woody Guthrie on June 8. more
PhilaMRKT, a one-day pop-up featuring some of the area's best artists, is returning to Chestnut Hill on June 7 at Kismet Cowork, 12 W. Willow Grove Ave. more
RKO's 1933 classic, "King Kong," opens with a fake Arabian proverb and famously ends with another unforgettable quote: "It was beauty that killed the beast." more
   Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, closed out its 2023-24 season on Saturday, May 18, with an intimate chamber music recital. more
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