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Weekend in Review: 3 Fringe Shows, 2 Bloody Marys, and a Late Sandwich

Some years, I wind up not making it out to any FringeArts festival shows, mostly due to my schedule. But this past weekend, after spending […]


This Just In: Bradley Cooper Bringing “A Star Is Born” to Philly on Wednesday

Bradley Cooper has been doing a ton of press and special events for his upcoming directorial debut, a remake of A Star Is Born. And […]

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Faces of the Fringe: Nightmarish Clowns, Killer Bears, and Wild Acrobatics

The 2018 Philadelphia FringeArts Festival has officially begun. The performers and creators from the “curated” part of FringeArts, meaning those handpicked and paid by FringeArts […]


This South Philly Artist Turned Her Vagina Into Art

If you happen to be strolling through Passyunk Avenue’s boutique gallery Nice Things Handmade, you might spot some artwork on the wall and wonder, “Wait, […]

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Stevie Wonder Just Showed the World How It’s Done

Just a month ago, we gave the Borgata in Atlantic City the 2018 Best of Philly music venue award, saying that it’s the “best way […]


Best of Philly 2018 Fun and Games: From Scrabble to Drag to Marijuana Dinners

Best of Philly 2018, our annual listing of the region’s outstanding food, people, shops, services, and more, is now online as well as on newsstands. Here are […]


Dave Chappelle Sure Did Have a Lot to Say at the Borgata on Friday

Comedian Dave Chappelle returned to perform at the Borgata for the first time in 12 years on Friday, part of the casino’s 15th anniversary celebrations. […]


Takin’ It to the Streets: The Philadelphian’s Guide to Street Art

The Philadelphia Street Artists Worth Following Right Now Seen a cool piece of street art around Philly lately? Check out the artists (and their work) […]

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Rufus Wainwright Gets “Human” With Philly Pops at the Kimmel Center

On Friday night, Rufus Wainwright brought color to the Kimmel Center. The internationally-acclaimed musician stepped onto stage a mosaic of red, yellow, green and blue, […]


Pasek and Pasek

It’s a Sunday evening in late September, and 32-year-old Benj Pasek — currently the toast of both Broadway and Hollywood — is on the phone, […]


The Hit List: Victor Fiorillo Picks April’s 10 Best Shows in Philly

1. The Marriage of Figaro If your exposure to Mozart’s greatest opera and, to be sure, one of the greatest operas ever written is limited […]


A Walk Around Philadelphia – Literally

Can you tell where Philadelphia ends and the suburbs begin without a sign to tell you? For most of their 102-mile walk along the Philadelphia […]


Arts Shortlist: Give PIFA Chance

Stand @ Kimmel Center | Through April 23 Aartist Shay Church and Clay Studio present “a large-scale public installation of a forest comprised of armatures […]


PIFA, Cinedelphia & 47 Other Things To Do This Weekend

Friday, April 8 Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts @ Kimmel Center/Lots of Places PIFA is so huge I don’t know where to begin. It’s […]


Arts Shortlist: Amazing 1980s Movie Posters From Ghana

Ghanaian Film Posters @ PhilaMOCA | Wednesday, April 6 This is an exhibition of hand-painted film posters created in the 1980s to advertise screenings of […]