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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
“You may not be able to start over in the real world, but you can start over in the world of the U.” So intones a Siri-esque narrator as we are guided through a vibrant digital … more
Gather your pets and head to Chestnut Hill on June 2 for a day filled with laughter, love, and wagging tails. more
Ted Fink, who will discuss his new book at Hilltop Books, lost a lifetime of work when he stuffed three novel manuscripts, 30 short stories, 20 songs, and dozens of poems into an overnight bag and checked it onto a plane that he and his family were taking to Puerto Rico. more
For those old enough to remember American pop culture of the 1950s, the show is a madeleine that evokes strong memories of a vanished world. In any event, it is fun. more
Odds are you probably enjoy the music of The Beatles and Bob Dylan, but you have never heard it played the way the Hot Club of Philadelphia will be playing it at The Fallser in East Falls. more
Northwest Philadelphia is gearing up for Pride Month, which starts on Saturday, with a calendar full of activities recognizing that love is love. more
Artem Tenkeli, who will perform a piano concert at Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion in Germantown at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, is a long way from home. more
"Bach's 'Magnificat' is undoubtedly one of his most fun and most challenging pieces for a choir to sing." more
Charlamagne Tha God, the best-selling author, comedian, and radio host returns to the city that played an integral role in his broadcast career when he takes the stage May 23 to discuss his latest … more
From recent hits to bonafide classics and offbeat cult favorites, this spring and summer bring a slew of movie screenings across the Philadelphia area. more
Get ready for a memorable evening of music and dance at Germantown's Mennonite Church on Washington Lane. more
The opening shots of Walter Hill's “The Warriors,” screening Thursday, May 23 at the Ambler Theater, set the stage for what's to come: a vision of New York City that's part funhouse, part real urban grime. more
I like to think that I discovered Chestnut Hill area native Craig Shoemaker, who will be performing his stand-up comedy act at Sellersville Theater in Bucks County, about a half-hour drive from … more
    The Romanian-born conductor, Cristian Macelaru, who formerly lived in Chestnut Hill, has been named the incoming music director of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. He … more
Michael Allman, known for a bluesy, soulful voice that evokes his father in his prime, will perform at the Venetian Social Club of Chestnut Hill, located at 8030 Germantown Ave. more
"Migration Letters," a slim volume of 55 interconnected poems, represents a 14-year journey for Nzadi Keita, a petite woman with a powerful poetic voice. more
It's a long way from northern India to Chestnut Hill – 7,948 miles, to be exact – but Pragya Gupta has navigated the distance quite smoothly. more
Two local conductors lead performances of note this month: Donald Meineke, of Chestnut Hill, and Richard Raub, of Germantown. more
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