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At Quintessence Theatre, you take a trip back in time to the Great Depression with their revival of "Waiting For Lefty" (1935) by Clifford Odets. more
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill marked the completion of the Christian season of Christmastide with a Lessons and Carols service on Jan. 15. more
If you love beautiful depictions of nature in paintings and photographs as well as printmaking, mixed media and 3-D art, you are bound to appreciate “Woodlands Memories,” at Borrelli’s Chestnut Hill Gallery. more
Phoebe Murer, who is on the autism spectrum, had lots of dreams growing up, and nothing could really discourage her love of life. more
Choral Arts Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Bach Collegium gave the region’s final performance of 2022 on Dec. 31. more
Finnish-born pianist Marja Kaisla will perform two recitals at Chestnut Hill’s Woodmere Art Museum this weekend, each boasting a different program. more
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Chestnut Hill and The Crossing helped close out the year 2022 with songs of the season. more
The year starts at Woodmere with a feeling of gratitude as we reflect on the accomplishments of 2022. more
Eli Goldblatt, a professor of English at Villanova University from 1990 to 1996 and at Temple University from 1996 to 2019, has some very strong opinions about higher education in the U.S. more
The year 2023 shapes up as an exciting year for theatergoers in the Chestnut Hill area. more
Due to popular demand, Quintessence Theatre Group is extending the run for its well-reviewed seasonal musical, Mary Poppins, through Jan. 8.  more
There was a time when Russell Thompkins, Jr., who grew up in North Philadelphia but has lived in Mt. Airy for 50 years, could hardly walk around the Chestnut Hill area without one of his fans waving or asking for an autograph. more
It has been quite a year for theater in the Chestnut Hill area, with feature shows from two equity theaters as well as professional-grade productions from neighborhood troupes. more
The year 2022 has been a challenging one for classical music lovers – locally, nationally and even internationally. more
The burly, bearded men belting out holiday classics have made the night before Christmas more than just a time this year to watch the Philadelphia Eagles. more
Chestnut Hill author Alfred O'Neill Jr.'s second novel in a trilogy, “Even Climate Change Can’t Stop Love and Murder,” is based on a true story. more
“Boundaries,” a short story by Chestnut Hill writer Ilene Raymond Rush published in “Frankly Feminist,” takes place in Chestnut Hill. more
For centuries, mosaic art has adorned the floors and walls of the rich and famous. Now Chestnut Hill has its own eye-catching installation. more
Two of Chestnut Hill’s most musically active churches hosted two popular concerts on Dec. 10. more
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