Frances Egler, the director of Broadway Philadelphia and programming and co-presentations at the Kimmel Center, shared a preview of the iconic Broadway smash hit, “Annie.”
The Music Director of the Philadelphia Orchestra has been having his cake, and eating it too, this week, performing a works in his “40/40 Project,” while celebrating his 40th birthday.
March is Women’s History Month and our sister company Simon & Schuster has put together a list of book club picks that celebrate female voices!
Here are the top places to visit and things to do in honor of Women’s History Month in Philadelphia.
Jenelle McCoy, the executive director of the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, described the “Masters of All Time” concert on March 22nd and 23rd at the Perelman Theater.
Perhaps the most successful dynasty in sports history wasn’t a football team or a baseball team or a basketball team. It was a hockey team and not one in the National Hockey League.
Hungry? If you’re not already, you will be after taking a look at the blog 22nd & Philly.
Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
Philadelphia’s annual harbinger of warmer days is rapidly approaching, and we’ve got your guide to all of the floral festivities.
Germantown is emerging as one of the newest hot spots for artists.
Angel Corella, the artistic director of Pennsylvania Ballet, gives an overview of “Swan Lake,” performed March 5th through the 15th at the Academy of Music.
Now 97, Bernice Paul came to Philadelphia from Russia during the Depression, when the Nazis were coming to power in Europe.
John Vick, Project Assistant Curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Organizing Curator of “Represent, 200 Years of African American Art”, currently on display, gives a brief preview.
The collaborators have taken the slow-build approach and aimed for sensual tension rather than graphic sexuality in the early scenes as they set up what turns out to be a psychosexual mystery.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Celebrates Opening Of Ink And Gold: Art Of The Kano At The Phila. Museum Of Art
The Philadelphia Museum of Art held a special ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday night to unveil a new exhibit. Ink and Gold: Art of the Kano is the largest collection of Kano art ever assembled in the United States.
The historic USS Olympia is struggling to stay afloat, both literally and financially.