An Evergreen Idea

A Whitman resident drew inspiration from discarded Christmas tree stumps to make ornaments. Dominique Colanero has prided herself on being sporty for virtually her entire life. That affinity has helped the 24-year-old to pursue a burgeoning career at Philadelphia Parks & Recreation. As December dawned, though, she discovered an enthusiasm

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One For All: an ambitious and affordable artistic endeavor

A new nonprofit organization is teaching preschoolers art history at DiSilvestro Playground. One For All is a newly-formed non-profit which supports emerging artists and art education throughout Philadelphia. As part of their efforts, the organization’s founder and CEO, Parker Jackson has spent the last two months teaching an art history

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A Mural’s Morals

A new Point Breeze artwork celebrates a vibrant intercultural, multilingual community. The Aquinas Center, 1700 Fernon St., prides itself on serving as a hub for intercultural, intergenerational, and interfaith connections. For six years, the Point Breeze site has served South Philly residents from more than a dozen countries. This Tuesday,

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Q & A about NecroPhillyAhhh with REV Theatre Company’s Rosemary Hay

South Philly is a hub of theatrical activity this weekend as the Fringe Fest wraps-up. Check out Joseph Myer’s Three to see in South Philly. Myers also spoke with Rosemary Hay, one of REV Theatre Company’s artistic directors, about the group’s upcoming Fringe Festival show at Ulana’s, 205 Bainbridge Street.

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Three to see: Fringe Fest in South Philly

The Fringe Festival heads into its final weekend with three compelling South Philly-situated shows among the offerings.  By Joseph Myers With more than 1,000 annual performances sprinkled throughout Philadelphia neighborhoods and via online presentations, the Fringe Festival offers something to sate everyone’s creative curiosity. South Philly is drawing impressive crowds

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