The Playing and Preserving project aims to save Philly’s endangered historic organs
A national nonprofit is combining the forces of several music organizations to help 10 Philadelphia congregations preserve historic organs, launching a three-concert series to engage the public with these important instruments. Margaret Darby considers.
REC Philly announces a major footprint in the new Fashion District
A new creators’ space by the old Market East
After meeting in school and building their business from the ground up, REC Philly cofounders David Silver and Will Toms announce a big new space on Market Street. Suzanne Cloud was there.
Does the cultural renaissance in Media, PA include everybody?
No welcome at home
Media, PA is getting is own accolades as an arts and culture destination—but does this historic Philly suburb actually welcome performers of all backgrounds? Danie Ocean considers.
MNYK Studios brings a new professional recording space to Manayunk
A new Philly studio in the DIY age
A Philly-based agency saw the chance to stretch beyond its original business model and jumped into the recording business. Now it's hoping to draw a wide range of artists to Manayunk.
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Old City Arts 1975-1980 shows how artists shaped the city of Philadelphia
Five years that changed Philly forever
A history project titled 'Old City Arts 1975-1980' looks back on five remarkable years that changed the face of the city and shifted the course of the region’s arts scene. Gary Day considers.
Will the Pennsylvania Ballet ever hit the world stage?
Building an international company
Pennsylvania Ballet artistic director Angel Corella is making plans for the company’s next step, onto stages beyond the U.S. But it’s going to need some new partners. Camille Bacon-Smith considers.
A Novel Idea opens on East Passyunk Avenue
Book it to East Passyunk
In a booming city corridor packed with world-class restaurants and indie shops selling everything from T-shirts to terrariums, book lovers finally have a home.
Be the "actor-and" you want to see in the world
Donning — and doffing — the artist's hat
It takes a village to support a career artist, but there's no shame in building a village of your own the best way you can. Cara Blouin considers.
NextMove makes its next move: To the Annenberg Center
Back to the future
NextMove Dance is moving yet again, back to University City. What does it mean for Philly’s dance scene? Melissa Strong considers.
'Watch Me Jump,' by Jeremy Gable: Theater as video game
Jeremy Gable's 'Watch Me Jump' world-premieres his own play in video-game format. Cara Blouin considers.