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DO THIS: Friday Nights At The Barnes Foundation

The Barnes Foundation has announced a new event, Friday Nights at The Barnes, a swanky way to kick off your weekend. From now through September 19th, […]

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Katy Perry Climbed the Art Museum Steps in a Pizza Hoodie Last Night, Philly Twitter Roared

(Editor’s Note: Ticket editor Josh Middleton has designated this entry one of the blog’s top posts for 2014.) Pop star Katy Perry finished up her […]


PennDOT to Repair Spring Garden Street Bridges

PennDOT announced today it will soon begin a $6.6 million renovation of the Spring Garden Street bridges, the several spans that take Spring Garden Street […]

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Art Museum Gets $5 Million State Renovation Grant

Gov. Corbett’s wife, Susan, on Tuesday announced the state will give the Philadelphia Museum of Art $5 million for its planned renovation.

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PA Billionaire Leaves Art Collection to Brandywine Conservancy and Museum of Art

Pennsylvania billionaire publisher Richard Mellon Scaife passed away on July 4th, leaving nearly half of his extensive art collection to the nearby Brandywine Conservancy and […]


The Oval Kicks Off with Something New from Yards

This Wednesday, July 16th, Eakins Oval will transform into more than just a parking lot on the Parkway. For the second summer, The Oval returns, as […]


Is Frank Gehry Really “Apollo Creed-Level Bad for Philadelphia”?

Art Museum and expansion, seen in section. (Philadelphia Museum of Art/Gehry Partners) In a City Lab piece titled “Philly: Let’s Talk About Frank Gehry,” Kriston […]

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Here’s a Model of What Frank Gehry Wants to Do to the Art Museum Steps

This morning I came across the above image, posted on Twitter via Reddit. The Art Museum is calling it a “an option for consideration.” But, […]

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Heads Up: Academy of Natural Sciences Hosting Free Admission Day

Just a heads up for you early planners: The Academy of Natural Sciences will be hosting a free day on June 30th as part of […]

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Art Museum to Unveil Frank Gehry-Led Expansion

“The architect Frank Gehry’s design for a renovation and expansion of the Philadelphia Museum of Art will be unveiled on July 1 in an exhibition at the museum […]


What Are Center City’s Hottest Neighborhoods?

Philadelphia’s hottest neighborhoods: a topic no one ever stops talking about. Where are they? Who lives there? How much does it cost to buy a […]


8 Reasons to Go See the Patrick Kelly Fashion Exhibit at PMA

Yesterday the Philadelphia Museum of Art debuted their much-anticipated Patrick Kelly exhibition. While many see only the glorious excess of Gianni Versace when they think […]


Art Museum Stunner With Four-Car Parking for $1.6M

Pretty sure I’m not the only one who would have loved to grow up here! This completely redone home (renovated in 2011) is a century-old, […]

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Author David Macaulay to Sneak-Peek New Book on the SS United States in Philly

David Macaulay, best-selling author/illustrator behind The Way Things Work, staple of coffee tables and active minds for years, will host a sneak-preview of his upcoming, yet-to-be-published book […]

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Petition Started to Turn Divine Lorraine Into an “Interactive Museum of Contemporary Art”

“Do people want something that provides more jobs and connects communities, or would you rather have a gentrification spaceship land here with more condos?” Caryn […]