In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month comes a new event–ART NUDE Philly Exhibition presented by James Oliver Gallery.
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Art Nude exhibitions are reaching out to the local community to help support and procure donations for advanced research for breast cancer survivors. This event is bringing together charity, art and [...]
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Attending a performance presented by the Philadelphia Orchestra is a special occasion in and of itself. Add on to that sentiment the debut of the eighth music director of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, and the night is one which will truly be spectacular. On Thursday, October 18, [...]
With the oppressive August temperatures of late, relaxing in Rittenhouse Square Park doesn’t quite feel like an escape from summer in the city; which is why, this past Sunday, I chose to escape the humid throng of city living indoors rather than out, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s exhibit: Visions of Arcadia: Gauguin, [...]
If you live in Philadelphia, it’s likely that you are familiar with the lavish and verdant expanse of Longwood Gardens, Pierre du Pont’s extraordinary legacy. Featuring over one thousand acres of beautifully cultivated gardens and picturesque landscapes, the property is an absolutely stunning place to visit any time of year, but particularly in the [...]
Philadelphia school districts are suffering greatly, as we know from recent news. The number of drop outs and lowering test scores in the city each year are staggering. So when I hear about charities that are here to support students and their families who may not be able to afford supplies, I always donate. [...]
I caught up with wonderful author Jennifer Weiner at the Philadelphia Library this week for her book reading. My interview was short notice; however a great interview is exactly what it turned out to be. Jennifer came in well-polished, make-up looked perfect. Her warm personality was perfect and set a great tone for the [...]
Philadelphia's The Roots and Executive Director of Philadelphia Mural Arts, Jane Golden
The Philadelphia Mural Arts Program hosted it’s 12th annual Wall Ball at newly opened wedding venue, Vie. It was a gorgeous night and a great crowd to honor Grammy Award winning and Philly natives, The Roots.
The hip hop group created [...]
This Monday, April 9th, at 7:30 p.m., the Suzanne Roberts Theater, in association with the Philadelphia Theater Company, will be hosting a Tribute to Tony Bennett in Words and Music benefitting The Center for Literacy.
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Philadelphia-born singer and bandleader, Eddie Bruce, will be performing with the Tom Adams Trio. Bruce [...]
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A hidden gem in the woods of Malvern, PA, The Wharton Esherick Museum sits on the crest of Valley Forge Mountain in the suburbs of Philadelphia.
Housed in Esherick’s former studio, the museum has been delighting visitors since it opened to the public in 1972.
Wharton Esherick (1887-1970) was an [...]
Many Philadelphians escape the summertime heat of the city by relaxing down the shore or up in the Pocono Mountains. For those
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looking to relax a bit closer to home, a gorgeous botanical garden called Chanticleer offers a tranquil retreat in the Philadelphia suburb of Wayne.
The spectacular [...]