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It’s become an annual tradition for Tinicum Conservancy members, family and friends to gather on a private property one evening every year and watch a great film together, and this year they have something extraordinary on offer: “My Octopus Teacher.”

In her down-to-earth, unfailingly frank and funny new memoir, “Desperately Seeking Something,” a poignant moment of reflection pops out as Susan Seidelman looks back at her trailblazing movie and television career.

Ralf W. Augstroze watched carefully in the April sunlight as colorful scenes of “The American Miracle” were being filmed at Washington Crossing Historic Park. He was overseeing camera crews …

In celebration of Earth Day, the historic Newtown Theatre is partnering with local environmental groups to present a special movie screening and informational discussion at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April …

I went to the County Theater in Doylestown last week to see Akira Kurosawa’s 1985 film “Ran” — his rendition of Shakespeare’s, “King Lear” in medieval Japan. Great art like this is a …

R/C Theatres Management Corporation, a fourth-generation, family-owned business headquartered in Reisterstown, Md., will open its latest theater complex, the Richland Crossings Movies 12, at 185 N. …

Plans to demolish the now-closed Regal Barn Cinema in Doylestown Township are on track, as Brixmor Property Group this month received critical zoning variances needed to move forward.

As plans move forward for the redevelopment of the Barn Plaza shopping center in Doylestown Township, owners of the center are asking for several zoning variances. Among them is permission to raze the …

Why revisit a book that debuted more than 10 years ago?When The Boys in the Boat was first published in 2013, author Daniel James Brown received nearly universal critical acclaim for his stirring …

The audience will be the star and join a cast of Hollywood legends when Theater to Go hosts the “White Christmas Movie Sing Along,” one night only at 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, at the Kelsey …

Dreaming of a white Christmas? Jeremiah James is jazzed living it. The Upper Black Eddy resident is feeling down home and comfy at Bucks County Playhouse.

Rifling through a magical gift box of merry Christmas movies, fans often point to Tinseltown’s “A Christmas Story” as hitting a bull’s eye among holiday choices. Since the funny fireplace …

An event created by New Hope Celebrates, “Queer Cuts: New Hope” on Sunday screened five films created by LGBTQ+ filmmakers at the Bucks County Playhouse. According to New Hope Celebrates, “These …

A chance meeting occurred at a documentary film screening for 5B, which recalls the experiences of nurses in the HIV/AIDS ward of San Francisco General Hospital at the start of the AIDS epidemic. At …

Did you know that the people of the Osage Nation were, on a per capita basis, the wealthiest on Earth in the early 20th century? Their story of good fortune turned horribly wrong, and the …

The Barbie craze has hit Doylestown, as it has communities across the country, with moviegoers donning as much of the Mattel figure’s signature color as possible to take in the show.

With the new “Barbie” movie coming to a theater near you this summer, complete with a top-secret plot, collectors are ready to buy, sell and trade America’s favorite doll. Get ready because the …

Yardley Friends Meeting wants to extend a special invitation to all who want to celebrate with them at 65 N. Main St., Yardley. Along with Yardley Borough Parks and Recreation, YFM will have movies …

Recently, we have all seen the closing of local movie theaters. Quakertown has been impacted by this as well. Formerly a multi-screen theater operated off California Road behind Walmart, the building …

Now that summer is on its way, Yardley Friends Meeting wants to extend a special invitation to all who want to celebrate with them at 65 N. Main St., Yardley. On May 13, Yardley Friends Meeting will …

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