'Anastasia' Musical To Open At Merriam Theater As Broadway Shows Return To PhiladelphiaThe curtain will rise for the musical "Anastasia" at the Merriam Theater on Tuesday, Nov. 23. 
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Takes Part In Flag-Raising Event Ahead Of Indigenous Peoples' DayIndigenous Peoples' Day on Monday, October 11.
2 New Murals Dedicated At Start Of Mural Arts Month In PhiladelphiaOctober is Mural Arts Month in Philadelphia and two new murals were dedicated on Tuesday.
Firefly Music Festival Kicks Off Thursday, COVID-19 Vaccination Or Negative Test Needed To AttendFirefly ticketholders must show proof that they've been fully vaccinated or show a negative COVID-19 test taken no earlier than 72 hours prior to entry.
Wawa's Welcome America Event Kicks Off With Juneteenth CelebrationIt was also the kick-off day for Wawa's Welcome to America event in Philadelphia. 
Philadelphia Museum Of Art Unveils Frank Gehry-Designed RenovationsAfter two decades of planning and construction, the Philadelphia Art Museum has unveiled a major renovation.
Eastern State Penitentiary To Reopen To Public On FridayThe historic site in Philadelphia will be open to the public beginning Friday, March 12. 
Mellon, Penn Foundations Give $8 Million To Philadelphia Cultural Organizations Hit Hard By COVID-19 PandemicThe grants range from $50,000 to $400,000.
The Clay Studio Celebrating 100th Anniversary Of Women Gaining Right To Vote With Art ExhibitTo celebrate, the Clay Studio in Old City is displaying a series of artisan-made commemorative plates profiling women. 
Marconi Plaza Christopher Columbus Statue To Be Placed In Storage Until Decision On Long Term Relocation MadeThe Philadelphia Art Commission voted to place the statue in storage on Wednesday morning. 
Betsy Ross House Reopens After Pandemic Forced Shut Down In MarchThe coronavirus pandemic shut down the Old City landmark in March.