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Ceebrated author Anchee Min has been there, done that, and she's taken to writing it all down. Comment?
Summer Nights Concert: Animus Penn Museum kicks off its new summer-long series of live concerts with a performance by Animus, the five-piece ensemble which draws influences from Middle Eastern, African, Greek and other international musical styles. Comment?
Follow in the footsteps of this most famous "adopted" Philadelphian. Explore the other significant sites of the birthplace of our nation & learn how American architecture, too, was born here. Comment?
Society Hill received its name from the "Free Society of Traders" who were granted a strip of land in this area by William Penn in 1683. Comment?
Walk tree-lined streets graced with homes that are crowned with Italianate towers and Queen Anne Revival gables. Comment?
Relive the Philadelphia experience of Eastern European Jews who settled along South Street in the late 19th century. Comment?
Jazz Bridge, a nonprofit that assists our local jazz and blues musicians in crisis, is partnering with the Friends of Hawthorne Park to present Jazz In Hawthorne Park, a free summer jazz concert series in the park at 12th and Catharine Streets, Philadelphia, on the third Thursday evening of every month this summer. Comment?
B. Someday Productions, Light Thief Productions, and Walking Fish Theatre team up with area filmmakers and content producers to present Films at The Fish! An ongoing local film extravaganza at the Frankford Avenue Arts Corridor's hub for performing arts, Walking Fish Theatre. Comment?
Watch the spectacular Penn's Landing fireworks display from the largest outdoor deck in Philadelphia! An unforgettable evening for all, the Fireworks Dinner Cruise aboard the Spirit of Philadelphia is the perfect way to celebrate the 4th of July. Comment?
The Flyers pick 11th overall, see it live on the 32 ft. screen with music, food & drink specials, kids activities, prizes and more! Enter to win autographed Flyers prizes and Xfinity Live! experiences every half hour, including a grand prize of tickets to the Flyers 2013-14 home opener, a pre-game XFINITY Live! experience and an autographed Claude ... (more) Comment?
C'mon, everybody knows liquor and karaoke go together like peanut butter and jelly. Comment?
We love beer. That's why we're devoting an entire year to discovering cold ones from near and far. Comment?
In a dystopian future, where soup is the only food produced and consumed, a young woman loses her only spoon. Comment?
Performance prose. A ballad without rhymes. A silent movie soundtrack without film. Comment?
This intensive week-long "adult clay camp" focuses on basic wheel techniques. Beginning students will learn the fundamentals of throwing, while more advanced students will review their techniques and correct bad habits! WHERE The Clay Studio , 137-139 N. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA On every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday from ... (more) Comment?
When Jim Koch, founder of the Boston Beer Co. - producer of the Samuel Adams brand - dropped in on Philly Beer Week last Wednesday, it wasn't as much a visit as it was a homecoming. Comment?
Hoop Dreams is a nonprofit basketball camp for inner city youth of Philadelphia ages 12-17. Comment?
Kathryn Edin and Timothy J. Nelson spent seven years in Philadelphia and Camden, asking low-income, unwed fathers to share their stories. Comment?
Along comes Vanda: Mark Alhadeff and Jenni Putney star in Philadelphia Theatre Company's "Venus in Fur." Comment?
It was directed by Megan Nicole O'Brien , with a two-person cast of Michael Philip O'Brien as Jaime and Cara Noel Antosca as Kathy. Comment?