From film to world-class music, Philly institutions are opening doors across the city to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. in 2017.
Whether you’re celebrating Christmas Eve or the first night of Hanukkah on December 24 this year (or just looking for a festive time), it’ll be a perfect day and night to enjoy the city’s classic holiday scene.
In December, everyone has to live with a certain number of Santas, but in Alaina Mabaso's neighborhood, things get a little out of hand.
For an offbeat collaborative musical experience like no other in town, enjoy the holidays with the Big Mess Cabaret.
Leaders of this free participatory arts event hope that many small expressions of inclusion and support will add up to the bigger message our country needs.
For its third anniversary, PHIT’s BFCM, featuring sketch, improv, and comedy mavens from all over Philly and beyond, will converge for 40 increasingly delirious hours. You’re invited.
Nimisha Ladva's First Person Arts show gave its audience front row seats to the life of a suddenly undocumented immigrant. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
The First Person Arts Grand Slam took place the same evening as Hillary Clinton's huge Independence Mall rally. Alaina Mabaso took the road less traveled and was glad she did.
Where do art, urban design, transportation, and social justice meet to conjure a better future for Philadelphia? This special pop-up art exhibition sparks the conversation.
With an exciting slate of Philadelphia premieres, and famous voices meeting the next generation of filmmakers, this 36th annual festival offers stories from all over the world.