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City of Irish love

Philadelphia’s only professional theater company dedicated to preserving classic Irish and Irish-American theater while presenting it to new audiences will open its next feature production, Brian Friel’s Molly Sweeney, on Friday, Sept. 30, at Walnut Street Theatre’s Studio 5, 825 Walnut St.


Going back in time

Great Scott!!


Touchdowns to opera tunes

Morris Robinson, an All-American football player at the Citadel, is now hitting the high notes. He’ll perform at the Academy of Music From Sept. 23 to Oct 2.


The ring master

John Joe Nevin, a two-time Olympian and 2012 silver medalist, will make his Philadelphia professional debut on Friday. 


Ready for the ring

Olympian medalist boxer will make his Philadelphia professional debut next week. 


Change of scenery

Local artist discusses her creations using coins and why she wants to express in art what is happening in financial markets.


The beat goes on

Like most things ending with “Stock” nowadays, S.I.N. Stock is a music event, albeit one that started out as a backyard barbecue.


Ready to deliver

“Lots of people just think I’m funny and crazy all the time, but I do have a serious side.”  — Marlon Wayans


Freedom rings at July 4th festival

Photos courtesy of Joseph Mobley 


After 25 years, 311 is still down

The Northeast Times gets the 411 on longtime rockers 311.