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‘A Wonderful Life, The Musical’ hits the main stage at Steel River Playhouse

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    WATCH: ‘Incomparable’ Golden Rams Marching Band ‘Paint it Black’

    The Golden Rams Marching Band call themselves “Incomparable,” and for good reason. The band performs regularly at West Chester University football games, numerous exhibition events throughout the region and at special events for the university and community. They recently performed at halftime during a Pittsburgh Steelers game in September, and have also performed during Philadelphia Eagles, New York Jets, New York Giants and Washington Redskins football games.

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    Death of director’s mother helps bring life to new play at Norristown’s Theatre Horizon

    NORRISTOWN >> If Matthew Decker decided he couldn’t move forward with his role as director of Theatre Horizon’s season-opening “A New Brain,” his colleagues would have understood. Decker, Resident Director and respected long-time member of the area theater scene, was dealing with the death of his mother, Michele, after a 15-month battle with lung cancer. “A New Brain” depicts hospital scenes, interactions with doctors and nurses, and a...

    By Katie Kohler For Digital First Media|

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    EVENT: Philadelphia-based artist James Dupree shares his artwork and documentary at Montgomery County Community College

    Can one person fight city hall and actually win? In the case of artist James Dupree, the answer is yes. This nationally renowned artist battled the City of Philadelphia for two years to save his art studio from the government’s eminent domain claim and won.

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    William Shatner’s one-man show makes its regional debut

    Now 85 years old, William Shatner seemed a little offended when asked if there was any one thing he’d most like to change about his life.

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

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    Nationally touring art quilt exhibit comes to Pottstown

    Montgomery County Community College, the Schuylkill River Heritage Area, Valley Forge National Historical Park and Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site will present a traveling juried art quilt exhibit, “Piecing Together a Changing Planet,” which illustrates how pollution and climate change have affected national parks.

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  • Entertainment

    Can’t-miss for Minecraft enthusiasts: Minefaire debuts in Oaks

    Who’s up for setting some Guinness World Records?

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    REVIEW: ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ at Steel River in Pottstown

    “Peter and the Starcatcher” is quite unlike anything I have ever seen -- it’s a multilayered comedy with a gifted ensemble cast and lots of one-liners that have double, sometimes triple, meanings. The antics of the actors had the audience laughing loud and often.

    By Cheryl Thornburg cthornburg@pottsmerc.com|

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    WEEKEND FUN GRAB BAG: Fun for all — including an Oktoberfest featuring a Hasselhoff-Off competition

    Bounty of good times Mennonite Heritage Center: The 43rd annual Apple Butter Frolic on Oct. 1 begins with a pancake and apple sausage breakfast 7:30 to 10:30 a.m. The Frolic runs 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., with apple and Pennsylvania German foods, folk crafts, farming demonstrations, children’s activities, horse and wagon rides and a baking contest. Park at Indian Valley Middle School, 130 Maple Ave., Lower Salford, and take the shuttle to the MHC. Admission is $8, $2 for...

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

  • Entertainment

    Rock Music Menu: Robert Plant joins Lampedusa tour, Philly date

    Robert Plant has confirmed that he will join Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Patty Griffin, Buddy Miller and more for select dates on the Lampedusa tour, including a show at the Merriam Theater Oct. 19. The tour is an 11-stop run intended to raise awareness about the unprecedented worldwide refugee crisis.

    By Michael Christopher rockmusicmenu@hotmail.com|

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