A new open air market is coming to Philadelphia, giving artists a chance to show off their work and buyers a chance to discover an up-and-coming artist.
Friday, May 10th, is National Public Gardens Day, and Philadelphia is home to more gardens than any other city in the country.
The Rock School of Dance Education, at Broad Street and Washington Avenue, is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Some plays start with a script. For others, you make it up as you go along.
“Suiting Warriors” collects business clothing for military veterans, particularly those from the post-9/11 wars.
We’ve been crawling toward spring for what seems like weeks now, so if you’re looking for some new and different things to do, Atlantic City says, “Hey, don’t forget about us!”
Even the Phillies are getting in on the fun, there will be a Science Day at the Ballpark.
The Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center is debuting a new event, “Culture and Conversation,” and you’re invited.
“We have about twelve of them left at this point, and we guard them very carefully,” notes Lucy Strackhouse of the Fairmount Park Historic Preservation Trust.
It’s like the Auto Show or the Flower Show, but for scientists!
Philadelphia art collectors Jill and Sheldon Bonovitz have amassed an an impressive collection of “outsider” art which is being prepared for exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Sometimes great things can come out of near tragedies.
You probably pass by works of art honoring famous people every day in this area, and many of them you know. But there are others…
The awards are a chance for small nonprofit organizations to strut their stuff on video — and get some real help in the process.
“Probably his most famous saying is, ‘A penny saved is a penny earned,’ but he really did not say that,” notes a local man who portrays the Founding Father.