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September 19, 2014

Save The Date: Philadelphia Open Studio Tours Celebrates Its 15th Anniversary October 11-12 And October 25-26 With Free Tours Of 300+ Philadelphia Art Studios

Next month, art lovers can cover an impressive amount of creative mileage with open tours of artist studios and creative workspaces. For anyone curious to learn about the process of working artists in Philadelphia, mark your calendar now for October 11-12 and 25-26 when Philadelphia Open Studio Tours (POST) returns to celebrate its 15th anniversary […]

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September 19, 2014

Annenberg Center For The Performing Arts Launches Its Fall Season With Globe Theatre On Tour’s King Lear, September 24-27

Philadelphia’s fall performing arts season is underway, and this month, the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts kicks off its 2014 lineup of theatrical offerings. If you’re looking for an authentic re-staging of a Shakespearean drama, be sure to catch King Lear at Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Running September 24-27, the show is […]

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September 19, 2014

Last Chance: The 2014 Fringe Festival Wraps Up Its Citywide Celebration Of Progressive Performing Arts This Sunday, September 21

Hey, theater fans, this weekend brings the final days of the 2014 Fringe Festival, but there’s still time to take in the incredible groundswell of performing, visual and radical arts on tap in Philadelphia. The festival, an 18-day extravaganza of progressive performing and visual arts, only runs through Sunday, September 21, so make sure to […]

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September 18, 2014

Save The Date: The DesignPhiladelphia Festival Returns For Its 10th Year October 9-17 With More Than 120 Events Showcasing Hundreds Of Artists And Designers

Philadelphia is home to an incredibly vibrant and ever-growing creative culture, and few events celebrate its resonance like DesignPhiladelphia, the annual city-wide festival, which is set to return for its 10th anniversary year October 9-17. Now one of the largest design festivals in the entire country, DesignPhiladelphia was founded in 2004 as a vehicle to […]

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September 18, 2014

Last Chance: The World Is an Apple: The Still Lifes Of Paul Cézanne Closes At The Barnes Foundation This Monday, September 22

It’s your last chance to take in the Barnes Foundation’s marquee exhibition, The World Is an Apple: The Still Lifes Of Paul Cézanne. Philadelphia is this special exhibition’s only United States stop (!), making for even more of a reason to purchase your tickets right now. The exhibition features 16 still lifes from the Barnes […]

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September 18, 2014

Now Open: Treasures of the Athenaeum: 200 Years of Collecting, On View Through Saturday, November 15

Founded in 1814, the Athenaeum of Philadelphia is one of the city’s most impressive places. This remarkable institution is committed to collecting historical artifacts and antiquities, as well as disseminating useful knowledge to the public. In honor of its 200th anniversary, the historic museum presents its newest exhibit, Treasures of the Athenaeum: 200 Years of […]

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September 17, 2014

Save The Date: The First-Ever Old City Fest Takes Over The Streets Of The Neighborhood With Food, Art, Music And More On Sunday, October 12

Philadelphia’s bustling fall festival circuit includes an outstanding array of food, art and cultural events, and the phenomenal festivities just keep on coming this October. Particularly of note, a brand-new neighborhood festival arrives in Old City this fall: Old City Fest debuts on Sunday, October 12. The first year for what Old City District, the […]

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September 17, 2014

A Cast Of Young Performers Takes The Walnut Street Theatre Stage For Disney’s Alice In Wonderland Jr., Opening Saturday, September 20

Prepare for a fantastic voyage down the rabbit hole when the Walnut Street Theatre presents Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Jr., September 20-28. One of the most adored children’s stories of all time, the production is a based on the book by Lewis Carroll as well as the famous 1951 Disney film of the same name. […]

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September 16, 2014

The First-Ever Fairmount Water Works F.L.O.W. Festival Celebrates The Art And Science Of Water On The Schuylkill River, Sunday, September 21

The Fairmount Water Works is a nearly 200-year-old site, and was one of Philadelphia’s very first top visitor attractions in the late 1800s. Now, the site is home to a restaurant and an interpretive center, which houses exhibits that combine environmental education, architectural history and cultural heritage. To celebrate its approaching 200th birthday and to […]

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September 16, 2014

Reminder: Awesome Culinary Event Feastival Returns This Thursday, September 18; Score $50 Off Tickets With Code VISITPHILLY2014

Craving a feast? This Thursday, September 18 is Feastival, the fabulous benefit for contemporary arts organization FringeArts and the Fringe Festival that gathers more than 100 Philadelphia restaurants and live entertainers to raise funds for the city’s cultural economy. Now in its fifth year, the blockbuster bash pairs culinary powerhouses Michael Solomonov, Audrey Claire Taichman […]

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