39 Things to Do This Weekend

Friday, February 23 Final Fridays: King Britt Presents @ Philadelphia Museum of Art An evening of art, poetry and music put together by Philly DJ/producer […]

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Instructors from SoulCycle, Flywheel, and More Are Joining Forces for a Huge Spin-athon

As much as we might like to talk up the rivalries between studios like SoulCycle, Flywheel, and CycleBar, the fact is that these trainers are […]


Alex Trebek to Moderate Pennsylvania Gubernatorial Debate This Fall

The Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry announced on Tuesday that Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek will serve as the moderator for the group’s sponsored gubernatorial […]


Listen Here: New Music by Your Friends and Neighbors

I Think Like Midnight @ PhilaMOCA | Thursday, February 22 No offense to singers, but maybe we don’t need you. This band of esteemed oldheads […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: Ballroom History Week

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is Ballroom History Week. POSSE Project Philly is serving up a week full of queer voguing dance culture to highlight […]


Wine Is Cool Again, and Philly Wine Week Will Show You Why

For five years, Philly Wine Week has shone the spotlight on a beverage that our beer-crazy, PLCB-restricted city sometimes overlooks. But the city has been […]


12 Things to Do in Movies, Comedy, Books and More

Unearthed & Untold: The Path to Pet Sematary @ PhilaMOCA | Wednesday, February 21 Directed by John Campopiano and Justin White, this independent documentary takes […]


Music: 8 Shows to See in the Next 7 Days

Satellites Are Spinning @ Johnny Brenda’s | Wednesday, February 21 WRTI DJ J. Michael Harrison and Philadelphia Jazz Project’s eight-show “Sizzling, Sonic Celebration of Sun […]


Wednesday: The Watermelon Woman

Released in 1996, Cheryl Dunye’s The Watermelon Woman — which screens at Lightbox Film Center on Wednesday — was a milestone of independent filmmaking: It […]


Can a Movie Theater Save South Street?

Ah, South Street. What was once a fringy, magical place is now an unattractive commercial strip of smoke shops and bro bars that I wouldn’t […]


33 Things to Do This Weekend

Friday, February 16 Love, Lies and Taxidermy @ Drake Theatre Inis Nua Theater Company performs Alan Harris’ comedy about young love. Directed by Tom Reing. […]


This Week in Movies

Duke is Tops @ South Street Cinema | Thursday, February 15 William Nolte directed this 1938 musical starring Lena Horne. Later released as The Bronze […]


Drexel Chef Conference Adds a New Panel Discussion on the Role of the Restaurant Critic

There’s the restaurant world pre-#MeToo, and there’s the world we live in today. So when it comes to delineating the role of the modern day restaurant critic, it’s now […]


11 Things to Do in Comedy, Movies, Theater and Storytelling

Ex Files StorySlam @ Punchline | Wednesday, February 14 First Person Arts puts on its biggest StorySlam of the year. Chris Lundy hosts an evening […]

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LGBTQ Event of the Week: Glamsino Royale

This week’s LGBTQ event of the week is Glamsino Royale: Diamonds Are Forever. In grand 007 fashion, this charity event is asking you to “dust off […]