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Danny DeGennaro Foundation launches video series

Singer/songwriter Lisa Bouchelle interviews bandmates, music lovers about the late Levittown artist

Bucks County Playhouse offers new Disney Broadway Dance series

The virtual class is open to students ages 8 and above

Southampton’s Jonathan Sprout continues to be a ‘Force For Good’

The musician is spotlighting organizations working to combat homelessness and more through his music, films and events

Council Rock North earns first place in B101.1 Christmas Choir Competition

The choir NorthVoice received $5,000 for its rendition of “The First Noel,” which was recorded remotely

‘Kim Sledge: Home for the Holidays – Live from Bucks County Playhouse’ streams Dec. 24

The all-new holiday concert is available for viewing through Jan. 1

‘American Idol’ alum Catie Turner signs record deal, releases single ‘One Day’

The Langhorne native joined Atlantic, dropped new music and got her heart broken … all during a pandemic

Feasterville’s Ray Martin releases film ‘Stealing a Survivor’

The movie, available on Amazon and other platforms, stars Philly ‘Survivor’ contestant Gervase Peterson

Bucks presents ‘Artrageous’ online holiday event

‘A Very Colourful Christmas’ takes place Dec. 23 and features singing, dancing, art and interactive activities

Playhouse presents ‘Word of Mouth’ Sunday, at 7 p.m.

The virtual event, which features NPR’s Ophira Eisenberg and more, will be live on Facebook and YouTube

Commonplace Reader hosts ‘An Evening with Susan Apollon’ Dec. 16

The author and Yardley psychologist will share true stories of healing and hope
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