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18 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

Dance at a concert, laugh at a comedy show, or eat your way through The Brewer’s Plate.

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Cirque du Soleil’s Toruk Is Set in the World of Avatar

Artistic director Fabrice Lemire talks about turning James Cameron’s film into a live theatrical spectacle.

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5 First Friday Openings to Check Out

End the week with wine, cheese and art.

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Music: 6 Shows to See in Philly This Week

The-Dream at TLA, local teen Eloise Sharkey at the Troc, and more concerts not to miss.

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Watch Hotel With Director Mike Figgis For Free

The Oscar-nominated filmmaker is in Philly to screen two movies.

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18 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

Carnival celebrations, Oscar parties, a Game of Thrones concert, and more events to check out.

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5 Ways to Watch Movies That Aren’t Netflix

Put these film festivals and Philly premieres on your calendar now.

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Music: 6 Shows to See in Philly This Week

Choose from punk, rock, swing and more.

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Watch the Oscars In Style With the Philadelphia Film Society

The 89th Academy Awards are on Sunday.

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Broadway’s Phantom Joins the Philly Pops for a Show Tunes Series

The Philly native will be performing songs from Phantom of the Opera, Les Miz and other hit musicals.

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17 Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

Mardi Gras celebrations, live music, comedy, cabaret and lots more.

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Songwriters, Win a Chance to Play at Firefly

The 2017 Philadelphia Songwriters Project contest is now open.

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Music: 5 Shows to See in Philly This Week

Daya at the Trocadero, Big Gigantic at the Fillmore, and more concerts to check out.

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Run in Your Undies for Cupid Charities

Last year’s Undie Run raised $3.7 million across 36 cities.

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This Is Us Actor Brings His Play Lost Girls to Philly

Theatre Exile is performing John Pollono’s play about three generations of strong women.