Arts & Entertainment

Theatre Exile’s ‘Sin Eaters’ takes the virtual stage Feb. 11-28

Directed by Matt Pfeiffer, Sin Eaters is billed as a hilarious, poignant, and brutal examination of the human experience and how the daily toil of life transforms our perceptions of ourselves and those around...

Feminist Flea Market moves online

It’s much bigger than your ordinary flea market. Both in physical size and with the causes it supports, the Feminist Flea Market has grown by leaps and bounds since it was created just a few...

Showing off his love for South Philly

Gary Cohen was always making people laugh around the house, but never gave a serious thought into getting up on a stage in front of a microphone. But a unique opportunity will give Cohen a...

Da Vinci Art Alliance unveils new exhibition

The Da Vinci Art Alliance has opened a new exhibition of photographs, paintings, and installation works curated by Chelsey Luster, a 2020 fellow.  Sanctuary: An Exploration of Queer Safe Havens explores safe spaces and personal...

Flower Show tickets on sale now

Tickets to the 2021 Philadelphia Flower Show are now on sale at The event, which will be held June 5-13 at Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park in South Philadelphia, will be outdoors for the first...

South Philly Casino set to open in February

Finishing touches are being made as a new hotel and casino is set to open in South Philly next month. The Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia plans to open the doors to its 510,000 square-foot...

Reinvigorating the entrepreneurial spirit

Craig Shoemaker and Kent Griswold have been teaming up for projects since they were in class together as kids, although sometimes unbeknownst to the teacher. “Kent was the smartest guy in third grade and I...

Mutter Museum reopens

The Mutter Museum of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia will reopen to the public on Friday, Jan. 15. Located at 19 S. 22nd Street, the Mutter Museum will resume normal hours, Thursdays through Mondays...

FDR Park to host Flower Show in 2021

A nearly 200-year tradition is moving to South Philadelphia, at least temporarily. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society announced it is relocating the 2021 Philadelphia Flower Show to Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park in June in hopes that...

Chris’ Jazz Cafe in danger of closing

A fundraising effort is attempting to keep the curtain from closing on Chris’ Jazz Cafe. The popular music venue at 1421 Sansom Street hosts about 500 shows a year and is the longest continuously running...
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