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The Philadelphia Orchestra Nominated for Grammy Award

The Philadelphia Orchestra and Yannick Nézet-Séguin were amongst the lengthy list of Grammy nominees announced today, with Nézet-Séguin being nominated not once, but twice.

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Brian Sims Named to The Advocate‘s 40 Under 40 List

State Representative Brian Sims has been named to The Advocate‘s “40 Under 40” list for his advocacy, and not just of LGBT rights: The magazine cited […]

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15 Things to Do in Philly This Week

There are multiple ways to ring in the holiday this week, including the remarkable Vienna Boys Choir who will be in town for a benefit performance […]

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REVIEW: A Knee That Can Bend With Orbiter 3

There are few works currently playing in Philadelphia that are as thought-provoking and engaging as the premiere of Emma Goidel’s A Knee That Can Bend, which […]

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PHOTOS: DVLF’s Toy 2015 at Fire and Ice

On Saturday evening, hundreds packed into Fire and Ice restaurant and lounge in Old City to celebrate the holidays with DVLF‘s annual TOY event. Party […]

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Familiar Holiday Story, Big Anti-Bullying Twist

Alright, admit it: How many times have you watched those stop-motion animated holiday television specials, sang along to the songs, and thought, “These would make […]

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Patti LaBelle Filming Holiday Cooking Special With YouTube Sweet Potato Pie Fan

If you thought the commotion behind those Patti Pies was quieting down, you ain’t seen nothing yet: People Magazine is reporting that the diva is recording […]

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Famed Playwright Tom Stoppard to Appear at Wilma Theater

Tom Stoppard, whose works include Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, The Real Thing, and Arcadia, amongst many others, will be heading to Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater for one […]

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INTERVIEW: Who Doesn’t Love Adam Joseph?

6ABC’s Adam Joseph made news early in November when he was named to the OUT100 list for the year. The compilation is widely considered to […]

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INTERVIEW: Curio Theatre’s Charlotte Northeast on Directing The Bald Soprano

Eugene Ionesco is as hard to crack as a walnut. The famed writer is known for his absurdist plays, and The Bald Soprano is a perfect […]

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INTERVIEW: R. Eric Thomas on his Gayborhood-Inspired Play

R. Eric Thomas wears a lot of hats: He’s the Program Director at the William Way Community Center, an award-winning storyteller, playwright, and Oprah fanatic. […]

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REVIEW: Philadelphia Orchestra Concert a Triumph for Noseda and Trpceski

The Philadelphia Orchestra played a pair of Thanksgiving weekend concerts this past Friday and Saturday that featured an interesting juxtaposition of both the familiar (Rossini, […]

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PHOTOS: Our Night Out at The Pyramid Club

The Pyramid Club is one of the most popular venues for DVLF‘s Our Night Out every year, and last evening’s mixer was no exception. The […]

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REVIEW: The Book of Mormon at Forrest Theatre

It’s hard to believe the Broadway production of The Book of Mormon will turn five next year, and that the show is just as inappropriate, just as […]

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15 Things to Do in Philly This Week

The holidays are in full swing as the Philadelphia Museum of Art throws an ugly sweater bash, plus East Passyunk Avenue lights their tree and Choral […]