Fourth Annual New Hope Pennsylvania Film Festival

New Hope Film Festival, touted as the “emerging Sundance  East” in a June 2012 article in The Huffington Post, is excited to announce our Official Selections for the 2013 Fourth Annual Festival that will be held July 12– 21 in
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16th Annual Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia

16th Annual Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia: April 1 – April 26, 2013 Whether it’s enjoying the fragile pink blossoms of 1,000 cherry trees, listening to the thundering beat of a giant Taiko drum, creating origami masterpieces or honing your sushi-making skills, the Subaru Cherry Blossom (more...)

Second Annual Bierfest In Pennsylvania

This history of the Philadelphia region is full of beer, thanks in large part to the huge influx of German immigrants in the 1700s. German beer is on the rise in Philly again, and you can celebrate in sudsy style at the second annual Bierfest on (more...)

Kazakh Film Festival Gets Warm Reception from U.S. Audiences

By Lauren Monsen Staff Writer

Kazakhstan, a country of nomads for millennia, has a vibrant film culture that has come a long way since its Soviet-era beginnings. U.S. audiences recently had a chance to see this for themselves, thanks to a November 14–20 film festival presented at different

2012 TASTE Philadelphia Festival of Food, Wine and Spirits

Enjoy Demonstrations & Tastings Featuring Celebrity Chefs & SkinnyGirl Bethenny Frankel Presented by Gourmet Shows, The 2012 TASTE Philadelphia Festival of Food, Wine and Spirits will undoubtedly quench your thirst and satisfy all your hunger cravings. The event is being held at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at the Oaks (more...)

Philadelphia: ‘This Town Is a Mystery’

This September, the residents of four Philadelphia households will open their homes to audiences and perform in the premiere of Headlong Dance Theater’s This Town Is A Mystery. Headlong has selected a diverse group of households, chosen from over forty applications in a citywide open call for (more...)

16th Annual Philly Fringe

Tickets are now on sale for the 16th annual Philly Fringe, which runs in conjunction with the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival from September 7 – 22. The 2012 Fringe submissions reflect new trends in partnerships, longer runs and several groups presenting multiple shows. More than 650 performances from 140 artists (more...)

Wawa Welcome America! Begins with Reading … and the Runway!

Wawa Welcome America! will begin today with the first installment of its popular Go 4th & Learn series of free, educational and interactive sessions for kids. The first Go 4th and Learn will be Go 4th & Learn About History, an outdoor event in kid-friendly Franklin (more...)

The First Philadelphia Flamenco Festival

The First Philadelphia Flamenco Festival started March 19-April 1, 2012! A two weeks festival featuring Eight performances on Thursday through Sunday of Rosario Toledo’s new commissioned work for Pasión y Arte, “Cómplices,” and the US premiere of the highly acclaimed “Del primer paso” performed by Rosario Toledo & Company. Several free

Jewish Film Festival:”Nicky’s Family”

Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival (PJFF): film "Nicky's Family" A young British stockbroker finds himself in Prague at the onset of the German invasion. Spurred into action by the plight of the Jews, Nicholas Winton organizes an ad-hoc operation that saves over 600 Jewish children, (more...)

Autumn Colors In Longwood Gardens

October 21– November 20, 2011 Longwood Gardens celebrate the harvest season with Autumn Colors, a festive showcase of fall colors, giant pumpkins, unusual gourds and live concerts. Children can venture through the Pumpkin Playground, discovering more than 100 different types of gourds and squash with bizarre shapes, unusual (more...)

Jenkintown Festival of the Arts

The Jenkintown Festival of the Arts will turn its streets into celebration central on September 18 2011. Downtown Jenkintown will showcase the talents of local artists, musicians, foodies and brewers during. The Jenkintown Festival of the Arts features a main stage with performances running from 1 – (more...)

Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe

"The Philadelphia Live Arts Festival is the best international Festival in the country" — Dan Rothenberg, Artistic Director and Founder, Pig Iron Theatre Company Nothing represents Philadelphia’s arts scene better than the Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe. Each year during its 16-day Festival, Live Arts brings the world’s (more...)

Spanish Festival La Tomatina In Philadelphia

Set aside the world crisis: on each last Wednesday in August thousands of people fight for their lives. Their weapons are tomatos and their enemies are just everybody. With no escape. Fighters' social status, faith etc. doesn't matter anything. Participants throw tomatoes at each other until the whole (more...)

Night Market Philadelphia

Night Market Philadelphia

Night Market Philadelphia returns to Mt. Airy - with more street food vendors, street performers and fun! The popular street-food festival, hosted by The Food Trust, will transform Germantown Avenue betwwn Sedgwick and Mt. Airy into an urban oasis of food and fun! This lively outdoor festival (more...)