Sister’s Easter Catechism: Will My Bunny Go To Heaven?

COMEDY: SISTER'S EASTER CATECHISM: WILL MY BUNNY GO TO HEAVEN? 4/13/14 Time: 4/11 @ 8 PM, 4/12 @ 3 & 8 PM, 4/13 @ 2 PM Location: Sellersville Theater 1894, 24 West Temple Ave. , SELLERSVILLE, PA Contact: Box Office: 215-257-5808
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“Friends from France”

Genre: Drama Countries: France | Germany | Canada | Russia Year: 2013 Running Time: 100 min Languages: French, English, Russian, Hebrew with English subtitles Date: Monday, April 7, 7:30 pm Location: The Gershman Y Premiere Status: Philadelphia Premiere Festival & Awards: Official Selection Toronto International | Opening Night NYJFF | Official Selection WJFF It’s 1979. Carole (Soko) and (more...)

Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love

April 27–November 30, 2014 Special Exhibitions Gallery, Perelman Building Fashion is celebrated this spring at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the retrospective Patrick Kelly: Runway of Love, which explores the meteoric rise and remarkable achievements of a 1980s legend whose clothing was worn by women of (more...)

Kick Off 2014 Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival

Tuesday, April 1, 2014 from 10 11 a.m. Shofuso, the Japanese House and Gardens Lansdowne and Horticultural Drives (West Fairmount Park) Within the Horticultural Center A traditional Japanese tea ceremony will take place and officially launch the 17th annual festival and two weeks of cultural events which conclude with (more...)

U.S. Adventure Sports: Take the Leap

Tim Neville “That is so scary!” screamed a woman one day last summer as she peered over the lip of a 600-meter-high cliff in California’s Yosemite National Park. Below her a 26-year-old professional rock climber named Alex Honnold was slowly scaling the sheer face alone, using holds no (more...)

Paralympics Athlete Brings Worlds Together

By Morgan O’Brien Staff Writer With a most dynamic background, Team USA Paralympic skier Tatyana McFadden’s story is one of remarkable balance: equal parts winter and summer, old hand and rookie, road and snow, and Russia and the United States. A veteran of three Paralympic Summer Games (Athens 2004, Beijing (more...)

2014: The Year Of Craft Beer In Philly

Beer lovers sample the suds during Philly Beer Week, just one of many beer related events throughout the year. Brewers and ale aficionados come from all over the U.S. and beyond for the 10-day festival, overflowing with dinners, tastings, tours, workshops, meet-and-greets and more that (more...)

Free Mardi Gras CD Release Event

Philadelphia’s ONLY New Orleans Style Post-Modern Brass Band Hosts Dual Celebration with FREE Concert at the Power Plant “A band touched by the soul (and dipped in the batter) of Southern-fried rhythm and blues.” – Philadelphia City Paper The Hoppin’ John Orchestra, Philadelphia’s ONLY (more...)

“All You Need Is Love” Weekend Rocks Hamilton Mall

Beatles 50th Anniversary Celebration is Valentine Gift for Area Shoppers KOOL 98.3 & 103.7 WMGM ROCK ART SHOW & SALE LEADS JERSEY SHORE BEATLES INVASION, INCLUDING FREE ‘BRITISHMANIA’ CONCERT Ron Campbell, Beatles Yellow Submarine Animator & Beatles TV Cartoon Director, to Appear Live (more...)

Kerry at Hockey Game on Sochi Olympics

Interview Secretary of State John Kerry With Al Koken of Comcast SportsNet QUESTION: Mr. Secretary, given the understandable political climate around the Sochi Games, how important is it for you and others to be here on a night where you honor the athletes that will be representing the (more...)

U.S. Delegation to Opening Ceremony of Sochi Games

President Obama Updates Presidential Delegation to the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games President Barack Obama today announced an updated designation of the Presidential Delegation to the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russian Federation. Presidential Delegation to the Opening Ceremony of the (more...)

“Stalingrad”, Highest-Grossing Russian Movie

FILM OPENS EXCLUSIVELY IN IMAX® 3D NATIONWIDE ON FEB. 28 Columbia Pictures will release Fedor Bondarchuk’s Stalingrad in the United States for a one-week exclusive engagement in IMAX® 3D theatres nationwide on Feb. 28. The 3D World War II drama has recently become the highest-grossing Russian movie of all (more...)

Bang On a Can Goes to Moscow for the Bang

February 23-27, 2014 Sunday, February 23, 2014 at Strasnoy Theater, Moscow: Bang on a Can All-Stars: UNPOP New York’s electric Bang on a Can All-Stars perform works by some of today’s most innovative composers including Julia Wolfe, Lukas Ligeti, Steve Martland, Dutch Master Louis Andriessen, and their celebrated live arrangement of (more...)

Heading To The Super Bowl? Take The Love Train

Credit: Photo courtesy Visit Philadelphia™ Philadelphia is headed to the Super Bowl. Wrapped With Love, Philadelphia XOXO®, this double-decker New Jersey Transit train runs from Secaucus Junction to the Meadowlands through March 2014. The inside of the train features 100 Phillyosophy ads, the new evolution of Visit Philadelphia’s (more...)

Crowdfunding Helps U.S. Skater Finance Olympic Dreams

When 24-year-old speedskater Emily Scott from Springfield, Missouri, saw her income cut by more than half in 2013, she knew she needed money to continue training six days a week and stay competitive. She also needed to raise money to bring Craig, her “best friend and biggest (more...)


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