The Philadelphia Museum of Art's Phulkari: The Embroidered Textiles of Punjab, visits a time when religious differences yielded cultural enrichment. Stacia Friedman reviews.
A still-funny tribute to lyricist/composer Tom Lehrer, who rose to fame in the 1960s for his outrageously wicked lampooning of political and social life. Stacia Friedman reviews.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art's new exhibition traces the growth of watercolor in the United States, in Philadelphia in particular. Stacia Friedman reviews.
Cabaret chanteuse Marilyn Maye -- 89 and still going strong -- wows the crowd at Dino's Backstage. Stacia Friedman reviews.
In Jere Krakoff's satirical novel 'Something Is Rotten in Fettig,' a kosher butcher finds himself tossed into a bureaucratic and legal meat grinder. Stacia Friedman reviews.
Would the Philadelphia arm of Writers Resist teach us how to throw verbal Molotov cocktails or create a Twitter feed that would cause Trump to self-implode? Stacia Friedman considers.
The Germantown Jewish Centre celebrated Christmas Eve and the first night of Hanukkah with klezmer music for all. Stacia Friedman reviews.
Stacia Friedman recalls the battle over women's reproductive rights and wonders what has changed since she was a Temple University undergrad in 1968.
Rittenhouse Soundworks's first annual Philadelphia Rhythm Festival went off with a bang, some tapping, body percussion, drumming, and more. Stacia Friedman reviews.
The Barnes Foundation's first photography exhibition depicts the "movable feast" in early-20th-century Paris in all its gritty, gorgeous glory. Stacia Friedman reviews.