44 Things to Do This Weekend

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6 DesignPhiladelphia @ all over town The citywide DesignPhiladelphia festival is under way in earnest, with workshops and presentations pertaining to all manner […]


See Chuck Close Up Close

Photography has always at the heart of Chuck Close’s artwork, the painter famously recreating portraits on a massive scale. It was often portrayed as an […]


14 Things to Do in Theater, Comedy, Movies, Art and More

JusticeFest LIVE! @ Eastern State Penitentiary | Wednesday, September 27 District Attorney candidate Larry Krasner hosts a party to “end mass incarceration and reform our […]


Seven Last Chances to Fringe

Close Music For Bodies @ Christ Church Neighborhood House | Through September 24 Michael Kiley sang with the catchy rock band Cordalene in the early […]


15 Things to Do In Movies, Comedy, Art, Theater and More

Red Velvet @ St. Stephen’s Theater | Through October 8 Lantern Theater Company presents the Philadelphia premiere of Lolita Chakrabarti’s play about a black actor […]


Five Fringe Shows to Check Out This Week

  The big, giant Fringe Festival continues this week, offering rare and unusual performances of theater, dance, art, music and more. Here are five Fringe […]


Louis Kahn Exhibition Opens This Week

Architect Louis Kahn — the subject of a major retrospective at Fabric Workshop and Museum — was as enigmatic as he was distinctive. Born in […]


8 Things to Do in Art, Movies, Comedy and More

Black Aesthetics: Philadelphia and the Black Arts Movement @ African American Museum | Thursday, August 24 A conversation moderated by Blake Bradford, director of the […]


The Hit List: The 10 Best Shows in Philly in August

1. Roger Waters It seems a full-blown Pink Floyd reunion is as likely as Jerry Garcia coming back from the dead, and Waters, the brain […]


OPINION: “Philadelphia Assembled” Is No Template for a Modern City

If the times were a-changing in the 1960s, the cosmic speedometer has so accelerated that the times have already been transformed. I’m talking about “Philadelphia […]

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LGBTQ&A: Wit López

Wit López is a disabled, gender-nonconforming/non-binary transgender mixed-media creator, performer, and independent curator. We speak with the visual artist on using their aesthetics to challenge […]


15 Things to Do in the Next 7 Days

The Legendary Wid @ Punchline Philly | Wednesday, June 7 The Philly comedy veteran hosts a packed bill that includes Dave Terruso, Mike Brooks, Hannah […]


12 Things to Do This Week in Lit, Comedy, Art, Theater, Movies and Murder

Style of Attack Report @ Vox Populi | Wednesday, May 10 Philly sci-fi collective Metropolarity celebrates the release of Style of Attack Report, an anthology […]


First Friday: Three Galleries to Check Out Tomorrow

Kensington Blues @ Savery Gallery Between 2008 and 2014, photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge captured a side of Philly rarely seen, rarely talked about anywhere else. The […]


Gallery Guide: Five Shows to Check Out This First Friday

Chris Peters @ Gravy Studio Wisconsin-born photographer Chris Peters creates “large scale, site-specific camera obscuras” in abandoned buildings. He’s collected photos of these works for […]