Arts & Entertainment

Gay pride movie night at the Navy Yard

Philly AIDS Thrift will host a gay pride drive-in movie night at the Navy Yard to raise funding for a major building expansion at its facility on 5th Street. The nonprofit thrift store is partnering...

Kozma opens exhibition at Paradigm

Mixed media and fiber artist Kelly Kozma will unveil a solo exhibition on display at the Paradigm Gallery + Studio at 746 S. 4th St. Beginning on May 28 through June 20, the exhibition Rerouting...

The place to talk Philly music

A lot of great conversations start at the dinner table. And that’s music to Dan Drago’s ears. Over the last seven years, the host of the 25 O’Clock podcast has shed new light on emerging...

Garden Days coming to East Passyunk

East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District will host “Garden Days,” a new verdant three-week themed series of events with a tie-in to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Bloom Philly! celebration. The event runs from May 8-31...

Documentary creates buzz on safe space at music concerts

They knew where they were going, but didn’t know what they would find, when Brian Walker and Brianna Spause set out on the road for 19 days. Walker and his guitar, Spause and her video...

The show will go on for Philly Theatre Week

After an incredibly tough year for local arts and theater, show organizers are looking forward to a week that puts actors back in the spotlight. Philadelphia Theatre Week returns April 22 through May 2 after...

Juggling roles in the theater world

Performing for an audience goes as far back as Alice Yorke can remember. “It’s always been the thing I loved doing,” Yorke recalled with a laugh. “As a child, I would put on circus performances...

A great space for great art

The seventh floor of the Box Building’s hallways were filled with colorful paintings on each wall, displaying creativity and power. Studio Incamminati School for Contemporary Realist Art held its first official exhibition on March 24...

‘Zoo Motel’ coming to Theatre Exile

Theatre Exile invites you to check into Zoo Motel, devised by Thaddeus Phillips in 2020 as a quarantined experiment that offers a window into what’s possible for live performance — a world where audiences...

Multilingual and multitalented

Robi Hager has traveled a long way — both literally and metaphorically — to share his music on the big stage. His real-life journey began in Mexico City before moving to New York at the...
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