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Writer Sofiya Ballin on Going Solo for “Black History Untold”

The second part of award-winning journalist Sofiya Ballin’s essay and photo series, “Black History Untold: Future,” will begin to roll out on Thursday afternoon. The Black […]

Things to Do

Queen of the Dark: Q&A with Andi Harriman

In the pre-internet age, goth/post-punk music could enjoy a shadowy existence. Bands like The Cure, Joy Division and Siouxsie and The Banshees seemed to bubble […]

City Life

Is Real Equality Finally Coming to the Gayborhood?

“Anti-blackness anywhere is anti-blackness everywhere!” The chant roared through a bullhorn on September 23, 2016, as a group of 15 mostly black and Latinx LGBTQ […]

City Life

While You Were on Vacation, the Pennsylvania Ballet Got a Sick Burn on the Eagles

Memo from the Pennsylvania Ballet to the Philadelphia Eagles: Man up. The Eagles’ season of turmoil ended — thankfully — on Sunday afternoon with a win […]

Birds 24/7

Eagles Wake-Up Call: When Culture Pays Off

Chris Maragos started laughing, leaving the reporter before him baffled. The Eagles had just come off of a shocking win over the Patriots, and a horde […]

The Scene

Philadelphia FIGHT 25th Anniversary

Philadelphia FIGHT’s 25th anniversary celebration was held Thursday night at the Loews Hotel. Founded in 1990 as a small HIV research project, FIGHT is now […]

City Life

Career Wardrobe’s 5th Annual Tea & Fashion Show

Career Wardrobe’s 5th Annual Tea & Fashion Show was held Sunday afternoon at the Hyatt at the Bellevue. The annual event welcomed women from across […]

The Scene

Hope Gala at the Crystal Tea Room

On Saturday, Devereux — a leading national nonprofit behavioral healthcare organization — hosted its annual Hope Gala at the Crystal Tea Room in Philadelphia with the theme “Into […]

The Scene

Eat, Drink, Dance and Cure Cancer

The Wistar Ambassadors hosted Eat, Drink, Dance and Cure Cancer last Friday night at Loews Hotel on the 33rd floor. The Wistar Ambassadors are a group […]

The Scene

Susan Komen Breast Cancer Pink Tide Ball

Susan G. Komen Philadelphia presented its 14th annual Pink Tie Ball, this year at Vie. The theme was Pink Tide Ball, and the event space […]

Things to Do

Philadelphia Orchestra’s Yannick Nézet-Séguin on Piano Virtuoso Daniil Trifonov

Sure, last week was busy for Yannick Nézet-Séguin, the maestro of the Philadelphia Orchestra. He opened the Metropolitan Opera’s season in New York City on […]

The Scene

The Walnut Club Launch Party

Tuesday night was the launch of The Walnut Club at Positano Coast in Old City where they served some of their most popular dishes, along […]

City Life

Blackness Isn’t Transferable

Today marks the 150th anniversary of Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States — the day Union soldiers […]

City Life

Brick and Mortar Opening

Last night Michael B. Welsh’s much anticipated Brick and Mortar (BAM) opened up at 12th and Pearl Streets in the Loft District of Philadelphia. The […]

The Scene

250th Celebration Gala for the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine

This past Saturday, more than 1200 alumni, faculty, and dignitaries attended the 250th Celebration Gala for the Raymond and Ruth Perelman School of Medicine — […]