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Like any small, diverse neighborhood in an old city, the history of Germantown is in many ways defined by its musical footprint. more
Piffaro, the Renaissance Band, will present “Glory of the Wind Band: Music from Portugal and Spain,” Saturday, May 11. more
Director John Boorman’s “Point Blank” is a movie that broke every rule about narrative, character arc development, back story and exposition. more
Awards, music and hors d’oeuvres will highlight “A Night on the Avenue,” on Saturday, May 4. more
Distinguished literary scholar Michael Winship, a Chestnut Hill resident, will lead a discussion of the notorious best-seller on April 28. more
Thanks to the efforts of Philadelphia-born musician brothers Dave and Tim Hause, Manayunk’s three-day Sing Us Home Festival is returning. more
"Next to Normal" broke new ground in the history of the American musical. It debuted off-Broadway in 2008 and then won a Pulitzer Prize. more
Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, will present “Bach & Telemann: Four Flavors of Concerto” on April 28 in Chestnut Hill. more
The Chestnut Hill Library’s “Meet the Musicians” program concludes its spring lineup with free performances on April 30 and May 14. more
Award-winning authors Alyssa Cole and Kellye Garrett will chat about their latest books on May 1. more
The lifelong activist before her death last year is the subject of “Life of Libby: Chasing Peace & Justice with Humor Guts & Passion.” more
The Chestnut Hill Film Group’s Tuesday night showing of John Woo’s film is more than an essential exemplar of the heroic bloodshed genre. more
Artistic director Dominick DiOrio will lead the Mendelssohn Chorus of Philadelphia in its first return to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church since December. more
Stagecrafters veers into political territory with its production of "Sweat," the Pulitzer-Prize-winning play by Lynn Nottage. more
Rian Johnson's “Brick,” an early gem in his filmography, carved out a distinctive niche in the noir landscape. more
Princeton professor and MSNBC commentator Eddie Glaude Jr. will discuss his new book on April 22 at Greene Street Friends. more
Alfred Hitchcock was known as “the master of suspense,” but "The Trouble with Harry" is quite different. more
George Burton, a Mt. Airy native and one of the nation's most celebrated jazz pianists, will perform in “Timeless: a Tribute to the Legacy of Peter Nero.” more
You might say there are many volts of artistic energy emitted by the stunning paintings of Mt. Airy artist Lisa Karese Volta. more
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