The best way to start your visit to this year’s Philadelphia Flower Show is with the entrance garden, the first of countless “wows” the show delivers.
Titled, Native American Voices: The People – Here and Now, the exhibit provides a contemporary, real world view of the world through the eyes of Native American people living, leading and thriving today.
This year, the “Garden to Table Studio” moves to the main floor of the Philadelphia Flower Show.
Besides serving on the executive committee of the Flower Show, Courtney Peterson is a jewelry vendor in the show Marketplace.
This year, for its 65th-anniversary entry at the Flower Show, Del Val College is incorporating artwork from more than a thousand schoolchildren into its exhibit.
Icons from world destinations were attached to colorful tissue paper on a stretch of windows, giving it a stained-glass effect.
The Philadelphia Orchestra announced its 2014-2015 season Wednesday night. Their music director, celebrating a milestone of his own, has a plan that will be music to the ears of many orchestra regulars.
Could onetime mayoral candidate Sam Katz run again for mayor next year?
Re-opened less than two months, the PFS at the Roxy, in the 2000 block of Sansom, is the antidote to the multiplex.
The more Dumpson studied music and mastered his art, the more he began to wonder about why black composers weren’t in the mainstream of concert repertoire.
This year’s edition, March 1st through 9th, is called “ARTiculture,” exploring the “fusion of art and horticulture.”
Students at the Philadelphia High School for Creative & Performing Arts are singing praises to the donors who are helping make this years performance possible.
A $10,000 grant from Philadelphia philanthropist and radio industry icon Kal Rudman and his wife, Lucille, means lots of new equipment for the student-operated FM radio station in Havertown, Pa.
Ukuleles are affordable, portable, and they have a unique sound because unlike guitars, the strings are positioned high to low.
A Florida-based builder of high-end movie theaters will appear Tuesday at a Philadelphia Historical Commission hardship hearing to make its case for turning an old Art Deco movie palace on Chestnut Street into a high-end multi-screen theater.