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Actor Feels Closer to Home At Theater Exile

By Cassie Hepler Pearce Bunting is no stranger to Philadelphia. In the 1920’s, his grandfather was an amateur actor at Theater Exile who was in plays when his mother was a little girl. “When I walk in, I say, ‘Hi, Dops,” he said, referring to his grandfather’s nickname. “I read these old newspaper reviews from […]

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Bringing The Mummers Back To South Philly?

Do Any Of You South Philadelphians And Former Devotees Really Care? This is something that I wanted to put out there for everyone to take a look at. It’s my suggestion, but I think this is something worth considering for the 2016 Mummers Day Parade. Let’s try this for the march back up Broad Street […]

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By Cassie Hepler Vince Motto, a local paralegal by day, has been playing the part of Easter bunny at night for a long time. For over 10 years, he has been hand crafting Easter baskets with his daughter Nicole Motto for the children at St. Christopher’s Hospital Oncology Division. “The hospital’s oncology department asked me […]

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PHS Philadelphia Flower Show 2015: ‘Celebrate The Movies’ with Bonnie Squires

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Philadelphia Museum of Art hosts ‘REPRESENT: 200 Years of African American Art’

The Philadelphia Museum of Art hosted an opening reception, lecture and dinner for the new exhibition, “REPRESENT: 200 Years of African American Art,” two days before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and the event attracted a host of art patrons and elected officials. The Museum has a collection of 750 works of art by African […]

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Berry Gordy Jr. Honored At Marian Anderson Awards In Philadelphia

    A FSCME president Pete Matthews and his wife Margie joined Kenyatta Johnson at the Marian Anderson Awards dinner at the Kimmel Center.Photo/Bonnie Squires    Send article as PDF   

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