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Group X unveils artwork at Navy Yard

New larger than life artwork by Group X is on display at the Navy Yard. Greetings From The Mirage was unveiled on May 5 on the grassy field at 11th Street and Kitty Hawk Avenue...

‘Laying the Foundation’ at South Street’s Magic Gardens

Magic Gardens at 1020 South Street will invite viewers to go behind-the-scenes of Isaiah Zagar's five fully-mosaicked sites in South Philadelphia. The sprawling public art environment at Philadelphia's Magic Gardens is Isaiah's most well-known...

Finding a home at Opera Philadelphia

Joshua Blue’s voice is powerfully beautiful in more than one way. The Point Breeze tenor has routinely brought audiences to its feet, belting out some of the most popular operas known in theater. He also...

Conklin comedy and music at Parx

Philadelphia sports fans are known as some of the most passionate and brutally honest human beings on the planet.  So, who better to pay tribute to this rowdy portion of the population than Philadelphia’s own...

WXPN creates local LP for Record Store Day

Repo Records at 506 South Street will be one of five locations in the city where music lovers can receive the WXPN Homegrown Originals LP on Record Store Day on April 22.  WXPN-FM 88.5 will...

May 12 Porter, Berlin and Gershwin - at 7 p.m. at St. Paul Catholic Church, 923 Christian Street, part of the Mario Lanza Concert Series to kick off the Italian Market Festival week. Justin Gonzalez...

Arts and science fest at Da Vinci

This month, the Da Vinci Art Alliance at 704 Catharine St. and partnering locations will host the Everyday Futures Fest, a month-long series of events and cultural programming. All April long, the free annual...

New play opening by Pulitzer Prize-winning Ijames

The curtain is soon to rise as South Philly native and Pulitzer Prize-winner James Ijames is set to show his new play Abandon at Theatre Exile starting April 27. Abandon will be the final production...

Friends, bandmates and movie creators

Growing up on opposite sides of Broad Street, Fabian Farina and Mariano Mattei never imagined they’d end up on the same team. Now they are making movies and winning awards together.  “I was on the west...

Philly Theatre Week is here

Philadelphia theatergoers will have plenty to choose from as the curtain rises on the sixth annual Philly Theatre Week. More than 100 performances over an 11-day span fill the schedule for the region’s busiest week...
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