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South Philadelphia: Rare Syndrome Won’t Keep Musician From Her Passion

South Philadelphia: Rare Syndrome Won’t Keep Musician From Her Passion

Before being diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Kelianne Murray believed she had a normal childhood.  She enjoyed running around in the park, climbing trees and hanging off of monkey bars in… Read More

Arts and Entertainment: Jennifer Logue Brings Light to the Local Music Scene

Arts and Entertainment: Jennifer Logue Brings Light to the Local Music Scene

Philadelphia is becoming a leading city for music lovers, from artists to concert-goers. With Vivid Seats rating Philadelphia the #1 city for live music, opportunities are also growing for local artists… Read More

Pennsport: “This is Your Body, Man. It’s a Temple. You Only Get One Shot With It”

Pennsport: “This is Your Body, Man. It’s a Temple. You Only Get One Shot With It”

Daniel Shernoff arrived in Philadelphia to attend art school. He found his way into a tattoo studio and apprenticed for two years, learning the craft. He now creates body art at… Read More

Port Richmond: Senior Citizens Showcase Their Inner Artists And More

Port Richmond: Senior Citizens Showcase Their Inner Artists And More

Friday afternoons at St. Anne’s Senior Community Center are never a bore. The weekly Clay Creations class, taught by Anne Koszalka, highlights many seniors’ weeks and gives them something to… Read More

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LGBTQ: Drew By Day, Drag By Night

LGBTQ: Drew By Day, Drag By Night

When the sun goes down, the transformation of Drew Gaver begins. “I started drag, in earnest, about three years ago,” said Gaver, who performs as… Read More

Kensington: Five Places Helping to Create an Art Community

Kensington: Five Places Helping to Create an Art Community

Slowly but surely, the art community in Old Kensington is pushing forward. It’s hidden among the abandoned factories and vacant lots of the area, but… Read More

Olney: Music School Serves as Cultural Beacon for Residents

Olney: Music School Serves as Cultural Beacon for Residents

Situated on the crowded commercial blocks of Olney dwells one of the last bastions of… Read More

Manayunk: W.P. Palmer Distillery Offers Free Tastes of Liberty Gin

Manayunk: W.P. Palmer Distillery Offers Free Tastes of Liberty Gin

Walter Palmer III of Palmer Distilling gets the word out about his Liberty gin best… Read More

Rittenhouse: Curtis Institute of Music Thrives in Tradition

Rittenhouse: Curtis Institute of Music Thrives in Tradition

With a music teacher mother, an older sister who played the violin and an aunt… Read More

South Philly East: The 1980s Comes To East Passyunk Avenue

South Philly East: The 1980s Comes To East Passyunk Avenue

A new 1980s-themed Room Escape has opened at 1804 East Passyunk Ave., adding a new… Read More

Manayunk: Johnny Destructo’s Hero Complex Comic Store Opens for Business

Manayunk: Johnny Destructo’s Hero Complex Comic Store Opens for Business

JD Korejko, better known as Johnny Destructo, recently opened up his Hero Complex shop in Manayunk to… Read More

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