David Pianka's "Making Time," an event that brings together the best local musicians, DJs and artists, recently celebrated its anniversary with two weeks of celebration at the Voyeur Nightclub.
“An Eternal Love” exhibit introduces and explores the Non-Catholic Cemetery of Rome.
Designers Nathaniel Mell and Wynn Bauer used Kickstarter to fund the future of their locally-sourced ceramics company.
Philadelphia's award-winning High Street restaurant and local Plowshare Farms team up to curate a collection of fresh-grown vegetables and fruits, artisan cheeses and more.
Butcher’s Sew Shop is a Bella Vista sewing workshop studio located in a former butcher store. The shop is having its one-year anniversary this month.
Non-profit InLiquid is hosting their sixteenth "Art For the Cash Poor," an event designed to promote emerging artists and invite visitors to purchase affordable art.
Artist Zdenko Krtić draws inspiration from Croatia and Italy—in a Temple University gallery.
Local and national talent is on display throughout the summer at Dilworth Park.
Caitlin McCormack and Casey Murphy's group show, "Ex Silento," transformed Fishtown's Art Dept. gallery into a Victorian parlor with ideas of lost, ruined grandeur.
Philadelphia leads by example as it continues to adapt policies that make the city more welcoming to the LGBTQ community.