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Tickets for Theatre Exile shows on sale

Tickets are now on sale for a pair of plays set to premiere in the spring at Theatre Exile, 1340 S. 13th St. The Motherf*****r with the Hat, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Stephen Adley...

A South Philly Christmas story

One South Philly local embraced the holiday spirit by reminiscing on past Christmas memories through a short story of hers. “Through the Eyes of a Six-Year-Old,” which was written by Josephine Pasquarello and featured in...

Theatre Exile opens new play in February 

Theatre Exile at 1340 S. 13th Street will present The Motherf**ker with the Hat by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis from Feb. 3- 27 with Theatre Exile’s new theater limited-capacity audience of 60...

A night of jazz for a good cause

An effort to raise money for the Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and Performing Arts is starting 2022 on a high note. Chris’ Jazz Cafe will host a fundraiser for the Clef Club in January...

Stubblebine opens ‘Color Says’ at Da Vinci Art Alliance 

A new exhibition by artist Marilyn Stubblebine will run through Dec. 19 at the Da Vinci Art Alliance at 704 Catherine St. The exhibition called “Color Says” derived from an in-progress artist book created from...

Current play production headlined by South Philly local

A South Philly resident is starring in the latest production of a play that focuses on an odd couple in the sanitation business. The Garbologists, which premiered at the Philadelphia Theatre Company’s Suzanne Roberts Theatre...

From behind the scenes to center stage

Madison Caudullo worked up the courage to be in the spotlight.  She’s come a long way from being a shy pre-teen hiding in the background, while itching to find a bigger role. It began in middle...

Jazz fans mourn passing of Pat Martino

Pat Martino, a renowned jazz guitarist from South Philadelphia, died last week in the same rowhouse where he grew up. He was 77. Martino had been suffering from chronic respiratory disorder, and had not performed...

Taking a nostalgic trip through South Philly

Invoking the rich, cultural history of South Philly is at the heart of a local author’s newest detective novel. Mason’s Philly: Discreet Denial, written by South Philly native Kevin Sommerer, delves into the exploits of...

Philly family the subject of new movie

Familial relationships are the focal point of a new independently made film set in Philly that will premiere on Nov. 13 at the MJ Freed Theatre in Chester, PA. The film, titled Game Day, focuses...
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