As the new year approaches, things are looking bright for Philadelphia native chef Kenneth J McDuffie. Chef McDuffie will be the next local chef to
The Christmas premier of the much-anticipated Wonder Woman sequel caused the gays to squeal – partially for the outfits, and partial for watching women kick
HRC’s Municipal Equality Index (MEI) demonstrates the ways that many cities can—and do—support the LGBTQ people who live and work there, even where states and
With so many worthy businesses in need these days, it can feel overwhelming to figure out where to direct your support. For a little guidance,
From the Bike Stop: Help Save the Bike Stop The 2020 year has been more than devastating to the members of our community on a
Since March, artists and communities around the world have been innovating the ways in which they create, connect, and support one another. It’s time to celebrate the amazing art and activism we have seen in this new digital age with the Philadelphia Digital Nightlife Awards!
On June 14, 2020, BalletX partnered with Works and Process at the Guggenheim to co-present four world premieres on-line by choreographers Hope Boykin, Caili Quan, Penny Saunders, and Rena Butler.
Digital marketing software startup selected as the first-place winner of Citizens’ Bank Small Business Community Champion $20,000 GrantContact: Nathalie Swann, email@example.com Philadelphia, PA, June 8,
On Sunday afternoon, February 2, 2020, Opera Philadelphia presented the second and last performance of Giuseppe Verdi’s Requiem. Opera Philadelphia last performed Verdi’s Requiem in
Benjamin Britten’s chamber opera Albert Herring was given a fine production by Curtis Opera Theatre on March 5, 2020, at the lovely, intimate Perelman Theater
Do you love musicals, great dancing, a compelling story, and happy endings? Then get yourself and a few friends, neighbors, and polyamorous lovers to Philadelphia’s
Princeton University Concerts presented a stellar trio of performers in a Beethoven Program on February 6. Isabelle Faust, Jean-Guihen Queyras, and Alexander Melnikov undertook the
Shrek The Musical is now playing at Philadelphia’s historic Walnut Street Theatre until January 5, 2020.
Nine-time Emmy Award winner Tina Fey brings her hit Broadway musical Mean Girls to the Academy of Music now until December 1, 2019. This national touring production of Mean Girls is part of the Kimmel Center’s Broadway Philadelphia season.
The Lantern Theater Company is now presenting Anna Ziegler’s drama The Last Match in Philadelphia until December 15.
Pennsylvania Ballet presented three World Premieres November 7 through 10 at Philadelphia’s historic Merriam Theater.
Tiny Beautiful Things is a play based upon the best-selling eponymous book by Cheryl Strayed, which is a compilation of advice from Cheryl Strayed writing under the name “Sugar” from 2010-2012 for the online literary journal Rumpus.
The George Street Playhouse celebrates its inaugural season in the sparkling New Brunswick Performing Arts Center with the exciting new musical Last Days of Summer only until November 10. If you like baseball, love stories, heroism, dames with moxie, kids, Truth, Honor, and The American Way, and bar mitzvahs, you’ll love Last Days of Summer.