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Who hasn’t, at one point or another, dreamt of escaping the drudgery and disappointments of their daily life and starting fresh? more
Author Nancy G. Braitman will celebrate the launch of “Milo Loves the Seashore” this weekend during events in Chestnut Hill. more
The Henry H. Houston School’s production of “Aladdin Kids” is a case study of what kind of magic can happen when a committed teacher gets an entire community involved. more
Woodmere Art Museum is scheduled to host an unusual program on March 19, showing a double feature of movies from the pre-Code era. more
Chestnut Hill maestro Donald Meineke will conduct Choral Arts Philadelphia in a concert entitled “In a Strange Land – Songs of Exile and Hope” Saturday, March 16. more
For centuries, poets and authors have been rhapsodic about the beauty and majesty of Wissahickon Park. The latest addition is this new book. more
Caroline Wiseblood Meline experienced so much extreme anxiety as a teenager that she says it “grew into a monster.” more
As a boy, playwright Conor McPherson would leave Dublin to holiday in rural Gaelic Ireland. He spent time with his grandfather, who told him ghost stories. more
Donald Nally will lead The Crossing in a performance of Harold Meltzer’s “You Are Who I Love,” set to Aracelis Girmay’s poetry, on Sunday, March 17. more
Actress Da’Vine Joy Randolph, who grew up in Germantown and Mt. Airy, may just complete a sweep of supporting actress honors on Sunday. more
The current exhibition at Woodmere Art Museum explores the work of Henry Bermudez, a Venezuelan-born artist. more
John Walthausen, artistic director of the Philadelphia Organ Festival, has gathered a roster that includes eight concerts by eight organists in eight locations. more
In a celebration of cross-cultural solidarity, the Commodore Barry Club is set to screen "Frederick Douglass and the White Negro." more
Money may not grow on trees, but maple syrup certainly does – in specific trees, to be exact.  more
Finnish-born pianist Marja Kaisla will be joined by Philadelphia Orchestra violinist Paul Arnold and cellist Ovidiu Marinescu in recital March 2. more
Now running at Stagecrafters, the dark humor of  “God of Carnage” by Yasmina Reza amuses you for 90 minutes, then you finally succumb to full-body laughter. more
When you hear Antoni Kleczek play music by Chopin on the piano, you simply cannot believe he is 17 years old. more
The Fairmount String Quartet will perform “Nodus Tollens,” Sunday, March 3, at 3 p.m. in the Episcopal Church of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. more
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