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    Flutist Emily Newbold to perform with St. John’s Providence Chamber Orchestra

    St. John’s Lutheran Church, 355 St. John’s Circle, Phoenixville, presents The Providence Chamber Orchestra, its resident ensemble, in concert on Sunday, April 24, at 4 p.m. Performed will be Franz Schubert’s Rosamunde Overture, D. 644; Symphony No. 2 in Eb by Charles Gounod; and Franz Joseph Haydn’s Flute Concerto in Eb featuring Emily Newbold as soloist.

    St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church |

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    Greater Philadelphia Comic Con:‘Star Trek,’ ‘Star Wars,’ ‘Game of Thrones’ cast members set to appear

    Nerds assemble! The Great Philadelphia Comic Con, an annual weekend of pop-culture paradise, returns April 22 to 24, and features a full slate of artists and writers, cosplay contests, and various popular television and film actors.

    By Dutch Godshalk dgodshalk@21st-centurymedia.com @dutchgodshalk on Twitter |

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    Perkiomen Valley Art Center announces awards for 54th Annual Member Exhibition

    The Perkiomen Valley Art Center has announced the awards presented for the 54th Annual Membership Exhibition at Mennonite Heritage Center, 565 Yoder Road in Harleysville, from April 5 through April 24.

    Perkiomen Valley Art Center |

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    ‘Legends of the Hidden Temple’ to take over Penn Museum

    Philadelphia >> If you grew up in the ‘90s, there’s a decent chance you spent your afternoons glued to the Nickelodeon game show, Legends of the Hidden Temple. Prepare to flash back to your childhood as the Penn Museum presents Legends of the Hidden Temple: Penn Museum Edition—a P.M. @ Penn Museum event Wednesday, April 20 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. Tickets are $20 ($15 for Penn Museum members) and includes one complimentary drink for guests 21+.

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    ‘Songs for a New World’ opens Facetime Theatre’s new season and space

    Facetime Theatre will present Jason Robert Brown’s “Songs for a New World” April 15 to 23 as part of the grand opening of its new performance space in Phoenixville’s Franklin Commons.

    Facetime Theatre |

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    Movie Review: Batman vs. Superman or the ultimate DC Comics showdown

    Expectations for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” could not be higher.

    By Bob Strauss bob.strauss@langnews.com @bscritic on Twitter |

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    Quiz: Which DC Comics hero are you? Are you Batman or Superman?

    Batman or Superman? It’s an age-old question asked by anyone who has picked up a DC comic book or watched a Batman or Superman movie or TV show. Now you can have your answer.

    By Andy Stettler astettler@21st-centurymedia.com @andystettler on Twitter |

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    Art Museum’s ‘International Pop’ a poignant statement on consumerism, mass media

    “International Pop” — or “I-Pop,” as they call it at the Philadelphia Museum of Art — is both celebratory and critical.

    By Brian Bingaman bbingaman@21st-centurymedia.com @brianbingaman on Twitter |

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    PVMS West to present ‘Cinderella’ March 11-13

    Escape into the fairy-tale world of glass slippers, fairy godmothers, charming princes and extraordinary transformations with Perkiomen Valley Middle School West Drama Club’s performance of “Cinderella,” to take place March 11-13 in the West auditorium.

    Perkiomen Valley School District |

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    Enter The Haggis brings its unique sound to World Café Live

    The Canadian rock band Enter The Haggis (ETH) is returning to its Celtic roots and recently celebrated its 20th anniversary with “Cheers and Echoes,” a 22-song double disc retrospective drawing from their eight studio albums.

    By Chris Cameron For Digital First Media |

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