After a popular run last year, the Performances in Public Spaces Program returns to take over unexpected corners of the city. Here's your chance to apply.
A special pop-up exhibition in Old City offers a multifaceted, firsthand view of police brutality, thanks to a large team of artists.
Echoes of everything from John Hughes to the Vietnam War to Mongolian rock music infuse films from 17 countries in this year’s festival.
What can you see from your piece of the greater Philadelphia region? This day-in-the-life photo event, open to all, asks and shares.
Life goes on outside the city limits during Philly’s Pope Weekend, including art, dance, music, theater, and more in the suburbs. Here’s your BSR guide.
A local actor and playwright wants audiences to know what it’s like to have “invisible disabilities,” because living can be hard when you’re “kinda dying.”
Season one of True Detective was flawed but extremely enjoyable. I watched season two hoping week by week that it would get better. It didn’t.
When Cake came out, people lauded star Jennifer Aniston — for not wearing makeup. That’s a daring choice? Would the same amazement and attention have been given to a man who made the same decision? And would I even have noticed she wasn’t wearing any if I hadn’t been told?
The Fringe may have brought you everywhere from the pier to someone’s basement, and now it’s gone digital, too.
Did courtesy go out of style and no one told me? I don’t expect everyone to treat books as holy, but taking a little care would be nice.