Pianist Celebrates 45 Seasons With Pennsylvania BalletThe Pennsylvania Ballet opens its new season Thursday at the Academy of Music with a performance of The Sleeping Beauty. As the artists prepare, the company is also celebrating a huge milestone for its longest tenured member.
Music Legend Tom Petty Dies At 66Petty just wrapped up three shows in Los Angeles.
Philly Mural Arts' Latest Project Has Uncanny TimingPhiladelphia kicks off one of its most ambitious public art projects ever this week: "Monument Lab" invites suggestions for what kind of memorial best captures the city at this moment.
Young Dancers Learn Ins And Outs Of Broadway From 'Wicked' PerformerCast member Lauren Haughton taught the "Wicked" Mastery Broadway Class.
Tips For Photographing The Solar EclipseFor a few minutes on August 21, everyone in North America will be united in a solitary, awe-inspiring event: A total eclipse of the sun. Americans of all ages are expected to join by the millions to watch the sky grow dark in midday and then slowly brighten again.
Firefly 2017: What We Learned This Weekend In DoverSerenaded and sunburned, The Woodlands were filled with fans this weekend for the sixth edition of the Firefly Music Festival.
Art Sanctuary Honors 4 Black Leaders, Including CBS 3's Ukee WashingtonThis is part of this month's Celebration of Black Arts Festival.
Upcoming Black Arts Festival Announces 31 Days Of ProgrammingThe 33rd Annual Celebration of Black Arts festival kicks off in just a couple of days, and there's 31 days of programming.
Artists Pitch Ideas For Beautifying Part Of West PhillyThe community is getting to help decide what public artwork they want to see displayed in the coming months.
Adult Only Drum Circle Rocks Queen Village"Rhythm 'N Brews" is taking over South Philly.
High School Cast Receives National Award Following Play's N-Word ControversyThe show went on at Cherry Hill High School East, after a public dispute over the use of the N-word in the musical "Ragtime."
Positively Philadelphia: Charles Sheeler ExhibitCharles Sheeler grew up in Philadelphia, worked and lived for a time in Doylestown, and, on March 18th, some of his work rarely seen is coming to the Michener Museum in a new exhibit: "Fashion, Photography, and Sculptural Form."