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20 Things to Do This Weekend

Friday, June 10 Korey Riker @ Kimmel Center Kimmel Center Jazz Residency artist Korey Riker will perform a world premiere of jazz songs inspired by […]

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Philadelphia Latino Film Festival And More Movies Not To Miss

Eraserhead @ CineMug | Thursday, June 9 Is Eraserhead even allowed to be screened outside the Eraserhood? Coffee shop/video store CineMug is showing David Lynch’s […]


Field Guide: Spring’s Best Food and Drink Festivals in Philadelphia

It’s officially May in Philadelphia, and that means we’re about to embark on a month with a summer’s worth of festivals crammed into the three […]

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5 Spring Festivals and Events at Philly-Area Farms That You Don’t Want to Miss

With winter nearly a distant memory now, Philly-area farms are coming back to life in a big way, with pick-your-own produce events and springtime farm […]

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18 Things to Do This Weekend

Midnight Madness: Akira @ Ritz at the Bourse | Friday, April 29 The next installment in the Ritz at the Bourse’s midnight series is the […]

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A 200-Foot-Long Dragon Walks into Franklin Square

If you’ve walked by Franklin Square in the past few days, you likely noticed the carousel horses have been getting some flashy company. This Friday […]


Last Day for Early Bird Tickets to the Wine & Food Festival

Tuesday, May 3rd is the date for Philadelphia magazine’s annual Wine & Food Festival. The event, which takes place at Lincoln Financial Field offers more […]

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5 Questions: Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson on Anomalisa

Writer/director Charlie Kaufman has long been known for his quietly gonzo sensibility. His career highlights include grappling with both the comically metaphysical (Being John Malkovich) […]

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First Person Arts Donates Tickets to LGBTQ Youth

This year’s First Person Arts Festival is filled with plenty of LGBTQ programming, and in order to attract new audiences and new voices to the […]

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9 Questions With the Phenomenal Ursula Rucker

You know what the world needs now? An army of Ursula Ruckers. She’s the Germantown-based, soft-spoken, truth-telling spoken word poet and recording artist whose words […]

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Buzz Bissinger Confronts Michael Moore at Philly Film Fest

Controversial filmmaker Michael Moore was in Philadelphia on Friday night for a screening of his new movie Where to Invade Next. And sitting in the […]

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OUT in Theaters: Philadelphia Film Festival Offers Twin Tom Hardy’s, 3D Cunnilingus, and More!

Once upon a time, Philadelphia had a wealth of riches when it came to film festivals – over three weeks each year were dedicated to […]


DRWC Unveils Early Redevelopment Plans for Festival Pier Site

Welp, it’s official. The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation has chosen the partnership of Jefferson Apartment Group and Haverford Properties to transform the 11.5-acre Festival Pier […]


Report: Board Could Choose Festival Pier Developer on Friday (Updated)

Spring Garden Street leading up to the Delaware River has become a hotbed of development activity this year, and there’s probably no bigger project on […]

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Fishtown Beer Runners Documentary Screening This Sunday at the Philadelphia Film Festival

The Philadelphia Film Festival is in full swing, and this year’s lineup includes a screening that I think a lot of you will be interested […]