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The Academy of Vocal Arts will continue its 2023-24 season of fully staged operatic productions. more
Laura Piper Lee has wanted to be an author since she was a child. Well, she first wanted to be a mermaid, but that didn't work out. more
When Philadelphia first mandated a year of African American history, teacher Amy Jane Cohen faced "a steep learning curve." more
As the art of handwriting appears to be fading into obscurity, one Germantown artist, Melissa D'Agostino, is reclaiming it. more
Tired of going downtown, a group of Mt. Airy women has organized a local “Valentines Dyke Dance." more
Black history will be celebrated this month in Northwest Philadelphia with a number of events. Here are some ideas. more
Award-winning television, film and stage actor David Morse and his wife, Susan Wheeler, will perform in A.R. Gurney’s "Love Letters." more
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Chestnut Hill, will continue “Five Fridays,” the congregation’s fundraising recitals, Feb. 2. more
At Act II Playhouse, you see 20 years of history through the eyes of three First Ladies. more
Uncle Bobbie’s Coffee & Books in Germantown continues its program of celebrity interviews and book signings. more
The exhibit features more than 20 paintings, prints, photographs, mixed media works and sculptures. more
Mt. Airy-based Network for New Music has announced a series of concerts to open the new year. more
The Old Academy Players production of "And Then There Were None" by Agatha Christie holds you in suspense for two hours. more
As a child in Peru, Elena Maria Aldrete loved to color, like so many children all over the world. more
Tempesta di Mare, Philadelphia Baroque Orchestra, will open the second half of its season with one of its grandest productions. more
Jonene Lee, of Chestnut Hill’s NoName Gallery, curated this show using a different principle – if you’re a local artist, you’re in! more
You can look forward to a robust area theater in 2024.  more
The art museum will open its 2024 music season with the choir of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, in a program honoring Bullock. more
Historic Germantown, in collaboration with composer and guitarist Jim Dragoni, is excited to announce a groundbreaking series of concerts. more
A wide mix of dramas trod the boards of our area's theaters this past year, presented with energy and imagination. more
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