Customers come to the Fairmount shop for the coffee, but stay for the entertainment.
At the Gross McCleaf Gallery in Center City, new exhibit “As Far As The Eye Can See” explores artistic perspectives of landscape through a range of mediums.
With an inaugural event starting July 30, the Philadelphia Women's Theatre Festival hopes to promote artistic and social change through collaboration with local female playwrights, directors and actresses.
Philly AIDS Thrift, a nonprofit thrift store on Fabric Row, opened an AIDS/HIV testing center in late June.
The new animal-friendly business venture puts a spin on traditional pet adoption centers.
Local dance company SHARP will take local talent to Colorado’s Fringe Festival, Greece and beyond.
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.