Month: January 2020
The Dead Flowers at Johnny Brenda’s
The Dead Flowers, the straight-outta-South Jersey garage rock band with a taste for sweet, swelling
Not So Invisible: Invisible City: Philadelphia and the Vernacular Avant-garde at University of the Arts
The 3 plus month-long, interdisciplinary exhibition shows off the fruits of this city’s most significant contributions to visual, literary, and musical culture between 1956 and 1976.
Firefly Again: Are you ready to go to Delaware this year?
This is better than Coachella, and you don’t have to deal with the Burning Man vibe in Dover.
Singing for Survivors
Pennsylvania resident David Wisnia offers his voice to the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
LISTENIN’ BOOTH – ESSENTIAL MUSIC FOR THE NEXT 7 DAYS (1.24.20)
Here is your weekly fiver of eclectic, yet essential music to help you get through the next seven days, curated by our own Magz FM. Curated by Magz FM.
Controversy starts today
Philadelphia’s newest exhibition at the Philadelphia Visionary Arts Gallery aims to shine a light on some of the polemic topics coursing through our current culture.
The last screening at The Ritz at the Bourse
Roll the credits as The Ritz at the Bourse is closing for screenings on January 26.
Ars Nova Workshop and the art of the moving jazz image
Philadelphia artist and photojournalist Ryan Collerd ends his Ars Nova Workshop exhibition of live, black
Gene London, legendary Philadelphia children’s TV host, passes away
There was nothing Gene London did that wasn’t a delight to kids and their parents.