81st Annual Geneva Auto Show

81st Annual Geneva Auto Show

The 81st International Motorshow and Accessories in Geneva begins tomorrow March 3rd and runs till March 13th.

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“Fulfilling a Prophecy”: The Past and Present of The Lenape in Pennsylvania

Conventional histories of Pennsylvania declare that all but a few elderly Lenape people left the state by the opening of the 19th century. Yet, many remained in secret. Children of the little known Lenape-European marriages of the 1700s stayed on the Lenape homelands, practicing their traditions (more...)

“An Amazing Amalgam of Man And Puppet”

" Robert Smythe is considered one of the foremost puppet artists in the United States, referred to as "an amazing amalgam of man and puppet." He has won prestigious fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, the Pew Charitable Trusts, and awards and honors from the Pennsylvania (more...)

Brundibar: Children’s Opera in The Concentration Camp

Theresienstadt was one of the concentration camps of World War II, in Czechoslovakia. The Nazis used this camp to con the world, near the end of the war. There were concerts, indoor plumbing, and flower gardens: first staged in Theresienstadt appeared to offer civilized living to its Jewish prisoners. Central to (more...)

Roberto Capucci: Art into Fashion

Italian fashion designer and artist Roberto Capucci (born 1930) is revered by contemporary designers for his innovative silhouettes and masterful use of form, color, and materials. This exhibition--featuring over eighty works, as well as original drawings and sketches--will be the first survey of his work in (more...)

Springtime in Paris – Right Here in Philly

Beautiful Paris spring will come to Philadelphia on the 6th of March! International Flower Show will transport the visitors to the capital of art, fashion, food, and love — Paris, featuring different displays:

  • Opulent Paris, a time of Victorian glamour.
  • Romantic Paris, tête-à-tête down the Seine.
  • Gourmet Paris, amid rooftop and edible

New Orleans: 1920s Mardi Gras!

The terms "Mardi Gras", "Mardi Gras season", and "Carnival season" in English refer to events of the Carnival celebrations. Popular practices included wearing masks and costumes, overturning social conventions, dancing, sports competitions, parades, etc. February’s Mardi Gras is the festival everyone associates with New Orleans. It’s so integral to (more...)

Bon Jovi in Philadelphia

Bon Jovi is second to none when it comes to the '80s power ballad. This bad boy of rock started playing wicked hair metal, then transitioned into a more radio-friendly arena rock as the years progressed. The band posted the highest-grossing concert tour (more...)

Beatlemania Now

Beatlemania Now is comprised of four seasoned musicians who capture the spirit, look and sound of the Beatles in 35 renditions of the songs that you love. The group uses authentic costumes and instruments dating back to the Beatles era. The show brings the audience through a five-year (more...)

Secrets of Silk Road Exclusively for Philly

Penn Museum is announcing that its landmark exhibition from China, Secrets of the Silk Road, will now open to the public with the full complement of artifacts and mummies for a limited time only, beginning Friday, February 18. Secrets of the Silk Road explores the history of the vast desert landscape (more...)

“I Love You, I Hate You”

“Azuka” theater will host its “I Love You, I Hate You” performance. Once again it is offering audiences a different twist on Valentine’s Day entertainment. “I Love You, I Hate You” event is back for its 4th installment and they've made it bigger and better than ever. Event featuring noted local (more...)

Paris through the Window: Marc Chagall and his Circle

Paris through the Window: Marc Chagall and his Circle Exhibition is planned in conjunction with the upcoming Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts March 1 – July 10, 2011 Philadelphia Museum of Art As a center of cosmopolitan culture and a symbol of modernity, Paris held a magnetic attraction for (more...)

Love Train in Philadelphia

Love Train in Philadelphia

Where better to celebrate Valentine’s Day weekend?

Wine & Chocolate Reserve Tastings
Éclat Chocolates and Chaddsford Winery team up for Wine & Chocolate Reserve Tastings, taking place every weekend in February. Wine experts lead participants through a sit-down tasting of Chaddsford’s premium bottles, complemented perfectly by an array of goodies from West (more...)

Leonardo da Vinci’s Workshop

The genius of Leonardo da Vinci, the greatest mind of the Renaissance, springs to life in this much heralded exhibit from Italy. Enjoy full-size three-dimensional models of da Vinci's doodles and sketches as interpreted by a team of dedicated engineers, designers and da Vinci scholars from Milan. See (more...)

Sun Airway & Chinese New Year in Philadelphia

Tonight, Jon Barthmus leads his Philadelphia psych-pop band Sun Airway in a Chinese New Year celebration at The Ox. (On north second street near Cecil B. Moore. ) Sun Airway's Dead Oceans album Nocturne Of Exploding Crystal Chandelier has a couple of great songs on it. "Put The Days (more...)


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