In Kelly McCaughan's 'Catholic Guilt,' a young Philly transplant shares true stories about growing up Catholic in Pittsburgh. Are you eligible for Holy Communion with her? Alaina Mabaso reviews.
Whether you’re still working on the gift list or you just want a festive place to explore Philly artisans, there are three great options in different parts of the city for this mid-December weekend.
A special program of holiday music in a historic Fairmount Park mansion lets visitors experience what Philly really would have looked and sounded like in the 1750s.
All we can do is bring you the facts on PHIT Comedy’s Thanksgiving-weekend tradition. We can’t explain why you would possibly want to go.
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts hosted a Forum on Art and the Election, featuring a panel and a timely piece that let Philadelphians combat a painful symbol. Alaina Mabaso was there.
Michael Hollinger and Robert Maggio's new musical, 'TouchTones,' at the Arden Theatre Company, reminds us that it isn’t really about the bride. Alaina Mabaso reviews.
This contemporary reimagining of an iconic piece of Elisabeth Hauptmann, Bertolt Brecht, and Kurt Weill’s 'The Threepenny Opera' is a song and spoken-word journey celebrating blackness and womanhood with a top Philly artist
This film festival, almost the oldest Jewish film fest in America, encompasses many stories rooted in the historic and contemporary Jewish experience, but also explores many other intersecting identities for a dramatic and appealing lineup full of Philly premieres.
The author of a controversial new study of the criminal justice system lectured at the Free Library of Philadelphia. Alaina Mabaso was there.
One year after the latest presidential election, PAFA is gathering artists and audiences who want to speak up about the role of art in a divided America — and ask how our arts institutions can stay relevant.