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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“Dough” Unto Others

Epiphany of Our Lord Parish’s annual pasta dinner promises plenty of opportunities to grow a communal vibe. Rev. James Casey likes building camaraderie among the congregation at Epiphany of Our Lord Parish. From 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, November 9th, organizer Cindy Pierandozzi and the other faces behind

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Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers’ You Be the Judge Fundraiser

The Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers (KYL/D) company has an ambitious season planned. The Passyunk Square-based group draws upon “Eastern philosophies while expanding the perimeter of contemporary dance.” On Saturday, October 26 at 5:30 pm KYL/D seeks to raise $10,000 to benefit the company’s community engagement and education programs through their You Be

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And the Award Goes To…

The Barrymore Awards is enlisting the Bok Building as the site of its 25th ceremony to honor area theater. South Philadelphia has long served as the home of many accomplished and burgeoning thespians, with its neighborhoods also gaining recognition as welcoming performance locations. From 7 to 9 p.m on Monday

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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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