5 hours ago

Chemical Heritage Foundation shared their eve...

At December's First Friday: a harrowing tale about what not to get your kids for the holidays.

    First Friday: Sci-Fi Radio Play
    Travel back in time for a live, simulated radio play with a sci-fi twist! Last year we brought you the Ray Bradbury play Marionettes, Inc. This year the...
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9 hours ago

"I'm waiting for the Bride." #WilmaBloodWeddi...

"I'm waiting for the Bride." #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.

    The Wilma Theater
    "I'm waiting for the Bride." #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.
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13 hours ago

"She resembles my wife in everything." #Wilma...

"She resembles my wife in everything." #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.

    The Wilma Theater
    "She resembles my wife in everything." #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.
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13 hours ago

A small, unassuming painting now on view in T...

A small, unassuming painting now on view in Things Fall Apart had a previous life as a travel keepsake. The piece is a loose copy painted on a thin piece of ferrous metal similar to the metal used for tintypes. Art historian Nicole E. Cook on the art of memory on the Distillations blog: http://ow.ly/DLgR30gENFB See the piece in person: bit.ly/WhatFallsApart

    Chemical Heritage Foundation
    A small, unassuming painting now on view in Things Fall Apart had a previous life as a travel keepsake. The piece is a loose copy painted on a thin piece of ferrous metal similar to the metal used...
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21 hours ago

25 hours ago

The Rediscovering the Refugee Scholars projec...

The Rediscovering the Refugee Scholars project at Northeastern University tells the stories of 80 women scientists and mathematicians.

    The Forgotten Women Scientists Who Fled the Holocaust for the United States
    smithsonian.com Nedda Friberti was an Italian mathematician and physicist reduced to refugee status in World War II. Fanny Shapiro came from Latvia, where she studied bacteriology until the war disrupted her research. French microbiologist Marguerite Lwoff worked with her husband, André Lwoff, though she didn't receive the Nobel Prize along with him.
    https://www.smithsonianmag.com

29 hours ago

We're so excited to invite you to our fundrai...

We're so excited to invite you to our fundraising dinner on Wednesday, December 6th, hosted by chez NOVAKS. 100% of the profits go toward The Monkey & The Elephant's transitional employment program. Get your tickets today!

    Fundraising Dinner
    The Monkey and the Elephant cordially invites you to join us for an exclusive fundraising dinner at chez NOVAKS in Philadelphia. All proceeds and donations go to The Monkey & The Elephant's transitional employment program. Bring your favorite bottle of wine (BYOB) and enjoy a three course meal on historic Girard Ave.
    https://the-monkey-and-the-elephant.ticketleap.com

29 hours ago

The Clay Studio added 3 new photos.

Shop handmade this holiday season! Our store has just been stocked with some brand new work from Mike Helke, Mike Stumbras, and Brian Giniewski along with a few more artists. Come by to take a look or click below to shop online: https://public.theclaystudio.org/public/Shop.faces

    The Clay Studio
    The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA. 14K likes. The Clay Studio is an internationally recognized non-profit ceramic art organization in Philadelphia, PA.
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31 hours ago

Greetings, I just wanted to share this 20 min...

Greetings, I just wanted to share this 20 min short film with you and your friends. Let me know what you think?

    A Child of God short film LGBT.
    Sean Johnson has some great news for his parents, at least that's what he thinks. After inviting them to his apartment to share his news an ensuing arguments erupts throwing the whole family into a state of chaos and bitter feelings.
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31 hours ago

"Lorca learned he was being hunted and hid in...

"Lorca learned he was being hunted and hid in the house of a childhood friend, ironically the son of a Falangist official. He stayed there until he was arrested by militia on August 16." Read the final installment of Life of Lorca by BLOOD WEDDING dramaturg Walter Bilderback. #WilmaBloodWedding #Lorca

    OPEN STAGES ONLINE: Life of Lorca, Part 5
    by Walter Bilderback, Production Dramaturg Lorca's Death In the years after Blood Wedding premiered, Lorca finished two more plays set in rural Andalusia: Yerma and The House of Bernarda Alba. While both have elements of stylization, neither has characters like the Moon or the Beggar in Blood Wedding.
    http://blog.wilmatheater.org

31 hours ago

Checking out the new Yards Brewery, a new bowling hot spot

500 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123

100 N. 2nd Street (at Arch), Philadelphia, PA 19106

This article has 4 other Philadelphia locations (Show)

925 Canal St, Bristol, PA 19007

713 North 4th St., Philadelphia, PA 19123

6700 Essington Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19153

1810 Grant Avenue (at Bustleton), Philadelphia, PA 19115

    FYI Philly: Checking out the new Yards Brewery, a new bowling hot spot
    This week FYI Philly is giving thanks to all the great things Philadelphia has to offer. Including the brand new Yards Brewery, the oversized entertainment venue Bowlero in Feasterville and the biggest party on the Parkway, the annual 6abc Dunkin Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade.
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33 hours ago

"The MOTHER goes to the door on the left. She...

"The MOTHER goes to the door on the left. She stops halfway and slowly makes the sign of the cross." #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and Costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.

    The Wilma Theater
    "The MOTHER goes to the door on the left. She stops halfway and slowly makes the sign of the cross." #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and Costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.
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34 hours ago

What happens when science and spectacle meet?...

What happens when science and spectacle meet? November is Aviation History Month, so soar into the weekend with two tales of ballooning

    Two Tales of Ballooning
    This animated video tells two very different stories from the early days of ballooning: the spectacles of Sophie Blanchard and the scientific missions of James Glaisher. The video was produced in 2014 as a part of a collaboration between CHF and students in John Serpentelli's Commercial Animation class at Philadelphia's University of the Arts.
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34 hours ago

After a decade of research, including more th...

After a decade of research, including more than three years of writing, editing, design, photography, and illustration, the Emil Milan Research Project has launched a Kickstarter campaign to publish the highly anticipated biography of Emil Milan. Order your copy: bit.ly/emil_milan

    The Center for Art in Wood
    After a decade of research, including more than three years of writing, editing, design, photography, and illustration, the Emil Milan Research Project has launched a Kickstarter campaign to publish...
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36 hours ago

Old City District shared Philadelphia -- visi...

Old City makes Philadelphia -- visitphilly.com's Best Places for Shopping! 🛍️ Enjoy extended hours, sales and specials every Thursday evening during ✨ Historic Holiday Nights ✨ November 30 - December 28!

    The Best Places for Holiday Shopping in Philadelphia
    Find something for everyone on your holiday shopping list - and treat yourself as well - at Philadelphia's awesome retail destinations, creative craft bazaars, holiday pop-up shops, independent boutiques, charming main streets and top-rated shopping malls.
    http://www.visitphilly.com

37 hours ago

Author Trevor Hoppe featured in panel discuss...

Author Trevor Hoppe featured in panel discussion at the Center tonight at 7 pm!

    HIV criminalization to be explored at community panel
    According to Trevor Hoppe, assistant professor of sociology at the University at Albany, SUNY, "criminalization is never the appropriate response to infectious disease." It's an idea that Hoppe explores in his new book, "Punishing Disease: HIV and the Criminalization of Sickness," which he'll be discussing Nov. 17 at William Way LGBT Community Center.
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37 hours ago

Skillfully capturing the essence of ‘Every Brilliant Thing’ (Arden Theatre Company)

“Every Brilliant Thing” has been extended through Dec. 10, at the Arden’s Hamilton Family Arts Center, 62 N. Second St. 215-922-1122 or ardentheatre.org.

    Review: Skillfully capturing the essence of 'Every Brilliant Thing' (Arden Theatre Company)
    The play "Every Brilliant Thing" at Arden Theatre Company is a complete surprise. But the performance of Scott Greer, the actor in this one-man show that has plenty of audience help, is not.
    https://whyy.org

38 hours ago

"The BRIDE comes in. Her hands stay close to ...

"The BRIDE comes in. Her hands stay close to her side as a sign of modesty, and her head hangs low." #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.

    The Wilma Theater
    "The BRIDE comes in. Her hands stay close to her side as a sign of modesty, and her head hangs low." #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.
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39 hours ago

Penn's Landing shared Blue Cross RiverRink's ...

Only one week until this wonderland returns to the waterfront!

    Opening Weekend at Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest
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45 hours ago

45 hours ago

spacecadetsf posted 19 photos to Flickr:

2 days ago

It's that time of year when everything is cov...

It's that time of year when everything is covered in bright lights and we get to break out the hot spiked beverages. Cheers to the holiday season in Philly.

    15+ Things We're Psyched to Do in Philly During The Holidays
    Photo by Matt Stanley for DRWC Center City ice skating, grand tree lightings, Mummers' day dancing and more... Winter nights are joyfully brighter at the Franklin Square Holiday Festival, which features the nightly Electrical Spectacle, lighting up the park with 50,000 (!) twinkling lights shimmering and dancing to a holiday soundtrack of classics.
    http://www.uwishunu.com

2 days ago

The Annual FOOD/TOY DRIVE is here. Hope you ...

The Annual FOOD/TOY DRIVE is here. Hope you can help us reach our goal If it is easier for you, we also take monetary donations to help us get to our goal.

    Northern Liberties Recreation Center
    The Annual FOOD/TOY DRIVE is here. Hope you can help us reach our goal If it is easier for you, we also take monetary donations to help us get to our goal.
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2 days ago

The Clay Studio added 4 new photos.

Our resident artist, Joshua Paul Hebbert is showing "No Way" in the Sykes Gallery at Millersville University. Check it out now until January 11th! See more of Joshua's work: Website: www.joshuahebbert.com Instagram: @objectmaker

    The Clay Studio
    The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA. 14K likes. The Clay Studio is an internationally recognized non-profit ceramic art organization in Philadelphia, PA.
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2 days ago

It's National Button Day. Buttons were one of...

It's National Button Day. Buttons were one of the many everyday objects made from Bakelite, seen here in the Museum at CHF.

    Chemical Heritage Foundation
    It's National Button Day. Buttons were one of the many everyday objects made from Bakelite, seen here in the Museum at CHF.
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2 days ago

"Did you hear a horse last night?" #WilmaBloo...

"Did you hear a horse last night?" #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.

    The Wilma Theater
    "Did you hear a horse last night?" #WilmaBloodWedding Sketches and costumes by Oana Botez. Photos by Bill Hebert.
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2 days ago

The Weird, the Poetic, the Passionate: FringeArts Presents The Brownings

This bawdy, rudely comic exploration of the purpose of art and the nature of love runs from November 29 -­ December 9 at FringeArts’ waterfront headquarters, 140 N Columbus Blvd. (at Race St.). Tickets cost $15 for students and are available by phone at 215-­413-­1318 or online at FringeArts.com.

    The Weird, the Poetic, the Passionate: FringeArts Presents The Brownings
    FringeArts and implies," playwright Orbiter 3 present The Brownings , an immoderate re-­telling of the great love of the 19th century. Ostensibly set in Florence during the 1840s, where Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning eloped after their secret courtship and marriage, the pair write, love, hate, slam dope, and have weird sex all while bickering over who the better poet is.
    http://campusphilly.org

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