Temple renews a historic clock with the Franklin Institute.
Arch Enemy Arts opened “Imaginary Menagerie:Volume II” last Friday.
Temple alumna Rachel Fogletto is challenging the gender gap in comedy with Comedy-Gasm!, her new show. The production features comedians and performers of varying races, genders and sexual orientations.
Alumnus Forrest Harding is one of the puppeteers that plays Chica the Chicken on Sprout’s “Sunny Side Up Show,” the only live mainstream preschool show in the U.S.
Nikko Gary created a film considered “sound therapy.”
Historic North Philly whisky and go-go bar The Trestle Inn held the third annual Bourbon Battle fundraiser for PAWS on March 25.
At FLOODZONE, a local design company, Tyler grads are bringing new styles to T-shirt designs.
Earth - Bread + Brewery specializes in its own home brews, sells exclusively local craft beers and supports eco-friendly dining.
Broad St. Burlesque presented a show inspired by Hayao Miyazaki’s animated films at PhilaMOCA.
The Ruba Club Studios in Northern Liberties was once a speakeasy during prohibition and is rumored to be haunted.