Kenny Gamble: Time for Congress to end decades of injustice in the music marketplace | Opinion

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Kenny Gamble: Time for Congress to end decades of injustice in the music marketplace | Opinion I was born in South Philly in 1943. By

The Library Company and Free Library unpack their treasures for two must-see exhibits

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The Library Company and Free Library unpack their treasures for two must-see exhibits Before photography offered a new way to record venerable buildings in historic

Group Motion, Philly's modern dance innovator, throws itself a 50th birthday bash for the ages

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Group Motion, Philly's modern dance innovator, throws itself a 50th birthday bash for the ages The avant-garde Group Motion dance troupe of Philadelphia does more

Philadelphia History Museum is closing to the public

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Philadelphia History Museum is closing to the public The Philadelphia History Museum, mandated by the city charter as Philadelphia’s official attic for all things made

Secret concert series Sofar Sounds is growing too big for the living room

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Secret concert series Sofar Sounds is growing too big for the living room On Thursday night, Philadelphia’s highest elevated concert unfolded. More than 800 feet

This University of the Arts grad has a pentagram tattooed on his face. He's also one of the most inventive singers working today

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This University of the Arts grad has a pentagram tattooed on his face. He's also one of the most inventive singers working today “I think

New photo exhibit illuminates the workers who keep Philadelphia running as the rest of the city sleeps

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New photo exhibit illuminates the workers who keep Philadelphia running as the rest of the city sleeps It’s said New York is the city that

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's 'Twelfth Night': A hilarious tragedy on human frailty

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Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival's 'Twelfth Night': A hilarious tragedy on human frailty Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night is a comedy that refuses to take anyone seriously. That the

John Jarboe and Bearded Ladies 'Go Down the Drain' at the Wilma Theater

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John Jarboe and Bearded Ladies 'Go Down the Drain' at the Wilma Theater Subtitled “A Musical Mr. Rogers Healing Ritual for Adults,” John Jarboe’s drag

Welcome to Tierra Whack's 'Whack World': The North Philly rapper only needs 15 minutes of your time

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Welcome to Tierra Whack's 'Whack World': The North Philly rapper only needs 15 minutes of your time Digital culture means there’s too much of everything.

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