Community members mount 'Pirates of Penzance'

Birds bark. Cows hibernate below ground. Highways don’t lead to cities but away from them.

WINING ABOUT THE GOOD LIFE: A Spirited Cheesy Wine Column

This week some wine news, something cheesy and something spirited.

FRANK-LY SPEAKING: It’s Greek to me!

Like playing the guitar, cooking has returned as one of my cherished pastimes—especially because I can now enlist the able hands of the twins. But last Saturday, with their dad, Danny, visiting from Chicago, we created a meal for the ages.

Rufus Wainwright travels through time

When Rufus Wainwright takes the stage on April 21 at Verizon Hall, he will bring to life the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts theme of traveling across time and space by taking us from 1970 Paris to 1961 New York, with a little of the present day sprinkled in.

A 'Cemetery Club' filled with laughs

As the first sprouting of floral life simmers upon the softening earth, we know that spring is upon us. The ushering in of new life is part of the season and, like every new season—especially spring—we look forward expectantly to all that it offers.

Welcome to Conklin’s Comedy Night at Parx Casino

Parx Casino in Bensalem is the No. 1 casino in Pennsylvania, and is one of the most popular places in the area for people to spend their free time. Already featuring more than 3,330 slot machines, 110 live tables, and 60 poker tables, Parx is adding another form of entertainment for its patrons.

'Beyond the Pines' a bold film focused on fathers and sons

Derek Cianfrance’s sophomore film is a sprawling, sobering effort on fathers and sons. Itinerant motorcycle stunt rider Luke (Ryan Gosling) turns to robbing banks in order to support his newborn child and win the trust of his lover, Romina (Eva Mendes). Avery (Bradley Cooper) is a young, ambitious police officer who is unexpectedly thrown in to Luke’s path. Their collision reverberates throughout the respective men’s lives.

“How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying”

Anyone who has ever had a job recognizes the desire to move up the ladder and eventually get a higher position and a better-paying spot. For the most part, everyone starts out at the bottom and then works his way up. And this is exactly what goes on in the play“How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying.”




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