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Arts and Entertainment: Creep Records Merges Wax and Glass

Arts and Entertainment: Creep Records Merges Wax and Glass

Arik Victor of Creep Records (pictured above) had a simple ambition when it came to his Northern Liberties storefront. “I wanted to own a record store I’d want to hang out… Read More

Arts and Entertainment: R5 Productions Finds Permanent Home At First Unitarian Church Basement

Arts and Entertainment: R5 Productions Finds Permanent Home At First Unitarian Church Basement

Mike McKee took to the basement stage of the First Unitarian Church with his Philly-based punk band Kill the Man Who Questions for the last time on April 21st, 2002.… Read More

Arts and Entertainment: A History Of Acceptance At The First Unitarian Church

Arts and Entertainment: A History Of Acceptance At The First Unitarian Church

On any given afternoon, a whole slew of activities will be taking place at Philadelphia’s First Unitarian Church. Renters at the church include two daycare operations, an adult wrestling club… Read More

Arts and Entertainment: Five Philly Record Stores You Need To Know

Arts and Entertainment: Five Philly Record Stores You Need To Know

For the past year or so, think pieces from publications such as The New York Times, Billboard and SPIN have been presenting a simple thesis – vinyl is back. But if you live in… Read More

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Germantown: Music For All Ages

Germantown: Music For All Ages

Often times activities are referred to as, “character builders.” Sports, more often then not, are noted for building character, if not revealing it. Going through the trials and… Read More

Port Richmond: Portside Arts Center Seeks To Combat Delinquency, Promote Creativity

Port Richmond: Portside Arts Center Seeks To Combat Delinquency, Promote Creativity

On a sweltering mid June afternoon, Port Richmond resident Michelle Williams sat on a bench at the Cione Playground. Referred to as St. Anne’s Park… Read More

Kensington: Impact Hub Philadelphia Seeks Global Imprint with Community Kitchen

Kensington: Impact Hub Philadelphia Seeks Global Imprint with Community Kitchen

New initiatives are happening in Kensington and for Impact Hub Philadelphia, it’s a community kitchen… Read More

Waterfront: First Festival Pier Block Party a Success

Waterfront: First Festival Pier Block Party a Success

The Radio 104.5 Summer Block Party Concert Series has found success at its new home… Read More

Waterfront: Harbor Park Continues Riverfront Development

Waterfront: Harbor Park Continues Riverfront Development

Big changes are coming to Penn’s Landing on the Delaware waterfront. The Delaware River Waterfront… Read More

Arts and Entertainment: Humane League Teams With Whole Foods To Stage Inaugural Philly Veg Fest

Arts and Entertainment: Humane League Teams With Whole Foods To Stage Inaugural Philly Veg Fest

The Humane League partnered with Whole Foods yesterday to present Philadelphia’s first Veg Fest. Situated at… Read More

Delaware Waterfront: Fort Mifflin Gears Up for a Busy Summer

Delaware Waterfront: Fort Mifflin Gears Up for a Busy Summer

Fort Mifflin is preparing for an eventful summer that aims to enthrall and teach visitors about… Read More

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