Started in 2010, Philly film festival The Awesome Fest, is bringing music to films all over the city with this year’s theme, “The Soundtrack of Awesome.”
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society added a Pop Up Garden to 1438 South Street, as part of their fourth consecutive summer using these gardens to transform urban spaces with greenery.
The Food Trust, a Philly organization dedicated to ensuring everyone access to nutritious food and information to make healthy choices, will bring back its Night Market on June 26.
A husband and wife team bring authentic Mexican barbacoa to Philadelphia by way of food cart.
Unruly crowd behavior on May 3 results in the cancellation of the Summer Block Party series at the Piazza.
The Carnival de Puebla parade, held last week, celebrates Mexican heritage before “Mexican Week” in the city held May 1–5.
The celebration is bringing together Asian food, entertainment and more to promote the minority culture in the city.
Linda and Aissia Richardson seek to revitalize the Uptown Theater.
Street musician Khan Park puts college on hold to move to Philadelphia and pursue a career through performance.
DIY culture is beginning to expand from basement shows to living room concerts.