Home Arts & Entertainment

Arts & Entertainment

Queen Memorial Library adds ‘Teen Space’

(EDITOR'S NOTE: The Libraries in Philadelphia are currently closed due to the coronavirus.) The Queen Memorial Library has always been a place of learning for all ages. Located at 23rd and Federal streets in the Point...

Paradigm celebrates 10 years with new exhibition

Ten years ago, Sara McCorriston and Jason Chen weren’t exactly sure what the Paradigm Gallery and Studio would eventually become. Over time, the little art gallery at 4th and Fitzwater streets in Queen Village has...

South Philly artist’s exhibition opens in Northern Liberties

Deborah Caiola sure has a lot on her mind and even more on her paintbrush. Art enthusiasts can have a front-row seat to Caiola’s imagination as she extracts characters from archetypes, memories and ancestors in...

Daddy Daughter Masquerade Ball a big hit at Universal Institute

Behind the masks, there were many smiles. Love was certainly in the air as the Universal Institute Charter School held its second annual Daddy Daughter Masquerade Ball on Feb. 26 Little princesses were escorted by their...

Lorie-Lu Studio celebrates 50 years of love and dance

There’s a feeling of love inside the Lorie-Lu Studio of Dance on the cozy corner of 11th and Mountain streets in the East Passyunk neighborhood of South Philadelphia. Black and white photos of when owners...

Mummers Mardi Gras will now be one session

The Mummers Mardi Gras, scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 23 at Xfinity Live!, 11th Street and Pattison Avenue in South Philadelphia will now be one session, due to popular demand from the public and participating...

Mummers Mardi Gras coming to Xfinity Live!

EDITORS NOTE: Mummers Mardi Gras officials are now combining the two, previously scheduled morning and late afternoon sessions into one, day-long celebration and keeping the ticket price at just $20 so fans of Mummery...

Ready, Set, Go: Chris Haig has become big name in Philly theatre scene

Chris Haig’s work has taken him many places. More importantly, he’s taken audience members on fantastic journeys, without ever leaving their seats. As a theater set and prop designer, Haig has led exhibitions to faraway kingdoms...

Wine Dive brings Vegas glam to South Street

Perhaps the only thing missing is a neon sign reading “Vino Las Vegas.” When Chris Fetfatzes and Heather Annechiarico dreamed up their newly-opened 1970s, Vegas-inspired Wine Dive on South Street, they thought of just about...

A serenade to Saturnalian

Second Street was a scene of celebration on Saturday as the Mummers saluted Saturnalian with a traditional serenade for winning the Fancy Brigade division in the 2020 Mummers Parade. Thousands gathered on the streets...
overcast clouds
55.3 ° F
58 °
52 °
66 %
90 %
56 °
65 °
66 °
60 °
68 °