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They are bidding “willkommen” to a new cabaret space at the Bucks County Playhouse this weekend, a new musical hope honed by BCP producers’ stage-savvy sense of expanded theatrical service to …

Morgan Grabarz steps off a fashion runway in New York City and into a quiet coffee shop in New Hope. At least, it seems that way, as she brings an aura of glamour to an otherwise dreary …

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) revealed new details Jan. 19, for the 2024 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show, “United by Flowers,” including four artistic renderings. In an innovative …

The 11th Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition, featuring the art of students from 23 schools, opened on Jan. 28. Zoya Gupta of West Windsor-Plainsboro High School South won Best In Show for her …

What Makes Helena van Emmerik-Finn successful?

“At four years old, I knew I wanted to be an artist! My sister drew and I wanted to do that too.” Helena van Emmerik-Finn’s early intention had to wait for junior high and then high school when …

Hopewell Theater closes

Citing rising costs and the inability to obtain a liquor license, the Hopewell Theater is closing after a six-year run, executive director Sara Scully announced Tuesday night.

Downtown creative studio Mercantile Home, in partnership with the Easton Main Street Initiative, has launched a community art project called “Love, Easton” that will create 28,127 hearts of all …

The artists and architects in the exhibition, “Construction Time Again,” on view from Jan. 19 to March 8, in Hicks Art Center Gallery creatively respond to social, cultural, architectural, …

Shawn Campbell is Naturally Expressive

“I always want to keep learning!” exclaims Shawn Campbell, an experienced sculptor with a studio in Milford, NJ. She is all about the future. “I have to evolve,” she says. You can tell from …

Churchville Photography Club is no stranger to hosting photography contests. The club has been hosting these competitions since the 1990s. “This year marks around the 30th anniversary of this …

Judie Sapperstein brings out the gypsy in me. But I am not alone. She seems to have that magical theatrical stardust effect on actors, producers, directors and audiences — anyone in the aural space of her aura of spirited excitement spackled and sprinkled with expertise.

Be prepared for the unexpected when you come to a Delaware Valley Wind Symphony concert. When three-year-old Miles Bishop showed up at DVWS’s Holiday Concert last year, he arrived ready to play with …

Accepting the keys to the former home of Oscar Hammerstein II in Doylestown Monday, Greg Roth was moved to quote the celebrated lyricist and humanitarian. “These will truly become my favorite things,” said the president of the board of directors of the Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center, echoing the ...

Local Color: Lynn Levin is Writing for Her Life

“As a child, I was encouraged to write poems and rhymes. I found it fun. It gave me the greatest pleasure,” Lynn Levin recounted. This early spur has been life-shaping. At last count, the …

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Jeremiah James is jazzed living it. The Upper Black Eddy resident is feeling down home and comfy at Bucks County Playhouse.

The Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center will mark the official closing on the nonprofit’s purchase of Oscar Hammerstein II’s historic home and workplace with a …

Pearl S. Buck Estate gets festive

The historic Pearl S. Buck Estate’s annual Festival of Trees, featuring more than 20 displays, is on view through Jan. 7 in Perkasie. During the festival, the rooms of Pearl S. Buck’s iconic …

Rifling through a magical gift box of merry Christmas movies, fans often point to Tinseltown’s “A Christmas Story” as hitting a bull’s eye among holiday choices. Since the funny fireplace …

The Bucks County Playhouse held an outdoor ceremony to reopen and rededicate New Hope’s historic Parry Barn as the Bill Harris and Jay Manas Playhouse Barn. The barn, one of the oldest stone …

In June 2021, an energetic and spirited 21-year-old Lambertville resident — Hope Gaburo — walked into Scrambled for the first time. Little did she know that meeting gallery owner Erin Simmons …

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