Grab your sweetheart for some fun on Valentine’s weekend in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs.
Every February, the City of Brotherly Love allows Philadelphians a chance to learn about and celebrate African American artists, authors, leaders and, most notably, those who have struggled against all odds to have the freedoms all Americans enjoy today.
It was a chance for young children to not only get a glimpse of his legacy, but start to think about how they can contribute to society through music.
Santa Claus came to town Saturday afternoon at the Holiday Spectacular family concert held by the Philadelphia Orchestra at the Kimmel Center.
Officials at the Kimmel Center have revealed some of their plans for the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts scheduled for next spring.
Philadelphia is a great place to see world-class musical performances. Whether you’re interested in strings, winds, piano, an ensemble or a full orchestra, there’s something amazing in store for you this fall.
Change up your routine a bit by attending one of these upcoming fall events in Philadelphia.
The Hispanic Choice Awards will return for the 9th year this October, but anyone wishing to submit a nomination can do so now through June 30th.
Ed Cambron, executive director of the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts, says next year’s PIFA Festival will take place March 28th through April 27th.
Tired of the same old, same old? This weekend, ditch the usual happy hour or crowded nightclub routine and check out the unique variety of venues and events that Philladelphians have come to love.
Philadelphia’s music community is remembering a woman who they describe as a queen. They say Donna Summer had you dancing from the first note to her soaring vocals to the last dance.
Art Sanctuary will host the 28th Annual Celebration of Black Writing Festival beginning next week. The festival will attract leading journalists and authors from all across the nation.
Peter Nero says early ticket sales are strong for his 34th season.
Mother’s Day is a time to celebrate and appreciate your mom, so it’s important to choose an amazing gift that will be sure to put a smile on her face.
Thirty-nine-year-old Paraic Keane was born and raised in Ireland, but now hangs his hat in Chestnut Hill. Although he usually works on a variety of music projects, when the Chieftains are in town, he grabs his fiddle and heads on down for a reunion with band members, both family and almost-family.