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Exhibition Delves Deep into Rocky Culture

Exhibition Delves Deep into Rocky Culture

By Eldon Graham Da Vinci Art Alliance is proud to host “Rocky Re-Runs,” an art exhibition that both stands alone and is an extension of  a previous exhibition, known as “YO, PIRANESI!,” that DVAA hosted in 2017. Rocky Re-Runs assembles a group of young architects, artists, practitioners, and academics whose work responds to infrequently examined […]

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Da Vinci Art Alliance Gets New Look

By Eldon Graham The Da Vinci Art Alliance has gone through extensive renovations and is ready to show South Philadelphia and the rest of the city what it has been up to. Located at Seventh and Catherine streets, DVAA has been a community staple for decades. It has showcased some of the most talented artists […]

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Revolutionary Museum Comes to Town

BY ELDON GRAHAM The American Revolution is alive again in the streets of Philadelphia. Located in Old City at 3rd & Chestnut Streets is The Museum of The American Revolution, the city’s newest attraction, housing over 250 years of American, British, French and Native American tribal history. Kicking it off was a stellar opening ceremony, […]

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Academy Ball Attracts VIPs

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Museum of the American Revolution Honors Chairman

By Eldon Graham   How America obtained its freedom is a story as old as the country itself. Long and brutal battles ravaged the land. Now, thanks to Philadelphia’s newest museum, the story of how 13 American colonies united to fight off the British Empire will soon be on display for visitors. The Museum of […]

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Tom Stoppard’s New Play Is Worth Seeing!

By Bonnie Squires Tom Stoppard’s newest play, “The Hard Problem”, at the Wilma Theater, challenges the audience in many ways, but allows us to understand some of his characters’ dilemmas.  It takes a minute or so to figure out that the people seated in rows behind the stage but visible throughout the production are, in […]

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Sen. Shirley Kitchen To Retire; Backs Sharif Street

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Film Festival Showcases Work Of Locals

by Nathan Lerner Now in its 24th edition, this year’s Philadelphia Film Festival will include over 130 works from 28 different countries. It will feature Funny Bunny, which was written and directed by local filmmaker, Alison Bagnall. The Philadelphia Film Festival 24 will run from Thursday, Oct. 22 through Sunday, Nov. 1. Funny Bunny screens […]

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Adam Lang Wants To Rebuild Phila. In 195th Race

by Tony West Adam Lang is a candidate with a cause that strikes home. His own home, in fact. Like many of his neighbors, the 10-year resident of the Sharswood neighborhood in North Philadelphia has seen his house, in which he had invested much time and money, condemned by the City in order to expand […]

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Actor Feels Closer to Home At Theater Exile

By Cassie Hepler Pearce Bunting is no stranger to Philadelphia. In the 1920’s, his grandfather was an amateur actor at Theater Exile who was in plays when his mother was a little girl. “When I walk in, I say, ‘Hi, Dops,” he said, referring to his grandfather’s nickname. “I read these old newspaper reviews from […]

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