TICKET TO DINING: Nectar beer dinner a perfect Earth Day celebration!

Being selected to create a meal at Manhattan’s prestigious James Beard House is tantamount to winning the Academy Award for Culinary Arts. And to win the honor four times over the course of roughly a dozen years matches or eclipses all the awards won by stalwarts like Katherine Hepburn, Meryl Streep and Daniel Day-Lewis (who each took the golden statuette three times!)

Kathy Mattea comes full-circle with authenticity onstage

In 1965, in the hills of West Virginia, a 6-year-old girl named Kathy Mattea began playing the piano, launching a musical journey that saw her reach a commercial plateau in the late 1980s and early 1990s with five No. 1 songs and 12 more in the Top 10.

Hillman’s passion for music resurfaces with Desert Rose Band

Chris Hillman doesn’t play the“what if”game. He stopped doing it years ago.

Local actress returns to star in 'Stargirl'

When an eccentric homeschooler arrives at Mica Area High School, hallways buzz with texts, whispers fill the air, and 11th grader Leo Borlock’s life is changed forever. With her colorful costumes, ukulele, pet rat and unique view of the world, Susan“Stargirl”Caraway—the new girl in town—lives every moment to the fullest and challenges those around her to do the same.

Expect a 'Heat Wave' on Keswick stage

Oh, if you could only go back to those fabulous 1960s, when your clock radio and hi-fi played all that terrific music—especially rock’n’roll and the music of Motown.

Boney James at home with jazz and R&B

Chart-topping sax man Boney James will bring his eclectic blend of R&B, Latin, and jazz to the stage of the Keswick Theatre April 24.

Old York Road Symphony to premiere a new work by composer Peter Hilliard

Orchestras, like people, celebrate their birthdays with parties, presents and, of course, music. They get to play the music themselves, however, and sometimes, if they’re feeling adventurous, they ask someone to write something new for the occasion.

Choristers to present rarely performed Bach&Handel works

Like fine wine, some things just get better with age. One of them is the Choristers, a 65 to 70-voice auditioned civic choir that has thrived since 1978, when it was organized by the current artistic director, David Spitko. The Choristers will perform April 27 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lansdale.

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