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CONCERT HIGHLIGHTS: Lana Del Rey, Sleeping With Sirens and others, bring in the music next week

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WEEKEND FUN GRAB BAG: ‘Doc McStuffins’ exhibit comes to Reading Museum and much more all around the region

Visit the Doc Reading Public Museum: Jan. 27-May 20 experience the first-ever museum exhibit based on Disney Junior’s Peabody Award-winning television series “Doc McStuffins” in the Meinig Gallery and World Cultures...

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    ART: Last chance to catch these offerings at Woodmere Art Museum

    Chestnut Hill’s Woodmere Art Museum has two special exhibitions you should see before their engagement is over.

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    Philly musician Ryan Tennis’ ‘Graceland’ show to feature ‘all-star’ lineup at Ardmore Music Hall

    West Philadelphian Ryan Tennis has been compared to Ben Harper, Bill Withers, and even Paul Simon.

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    MUSIC: Scot Sax returns to Philly to debut ‘Mr. Chocolate’ at Burlap and Bean

    “Mr. Chocolate” is the latest album release from multi-talented singer, songwriter and Philadelphia native Scot Sax. Offering a six song collection riddled with pop tendencies, Sax headed into the studio with the sole intention of writing great songs with no pressure and no expectations. Featured on the album are Wilco-drummer Ken Coomer, Bob Dylan’s longtime live guitarist John Jackson and Phil D’Agostino.

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    MUSIC: 2018 Concert Preview: Confirmations & rumors

    Another year is just about in the books, but while 2017 is in the rear view, it’s time to look forward to 2018 and what music it’s going to bring to the area. Yes, it’s still early, but so many shows are already on-sale, about to be announced or heavily rumored to be coming to town. Let’s break it all down in an overview.

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    FAMILY FUN: From ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood’ at the Merriam Theater to ‘Beatles for Kids!’ at Ardmore Music Hall and much more

    All little tigers, and their grown-ups, are welcome at “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.”

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    NEW ON CD: Holiday tunes for all to enjoy

    Well, the holidays are here once again… And once again, we try to help all of our music lovers out there find just the right collection of music to enhance their celebrations and help to make these days all the more memorable. It’s a veritable musical minefields out there every season what with releases from the current ‘popular’ folks (Gwen, Blake, Sia, and the like) – to the ‘head-scratchers’ (like a holiday offering from Cheap Trick?...

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    CONCERT PREVIEW: Delbert McClinton to welcome fans at Colonial Theater in Phoenixville

    A seasoned veteran of the road, music legend Delbert McClinton has spent a lifetime sharing his straight-ahead roadhouse blues with adoring audiences around the world.

    By Rob Nagy For Digital First Media|

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    WEEKEND FUN GRAB BAG: Celebrate the season all around the region

    Fun for all National Museum of American Jewish History: Then annual family day, “Being __ at Christmas” is open to all 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 25. The day includes crafts, a story time, live music by Alex & the Kaleidoscope, exploration of the exhibits and galleries — including “Power of Protest: The Movement to Free Soviet Jews” — and more Admission is $15, $5 for children. The AMAJH is at 101 S. Independence Mall East,...

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    MOVIE REVIEW: Fairly entertaining musical ‘The Greatest Showman’ weighed down by its music

    Because it feels so at odds with itself at times, “The Greatest Showman” is a far cry from the greatest show on earth — or even of this movie season.

    By Mark Meszoros mmeszoros@news-herald.com @MarkMeszoros on Twitter|

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    CONCERT PREVIEW: Levin Brothers Celebrate the release of live album at Kennett Flash

    Pete and Tony Levin have been a creative force as solo artists and sidemen for decades. Working with an astonishing list of high profile artists in the jazz, progressive rock and rock and roll world, they are about to release the Levin Brothers debut live album “Special Delivery.”

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