The music of the heavens, Western and Eastern religions, come together in May

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The music of the heavens, Western and Eastern religions, come together in May With Easter passed, Shavout approaching and Ramadan commencing at May’s end, now

Annenberg's new artistic director Christopher Gruits presents cutting-edge 2017-2018 season

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Annenberg's new artistic director Christopher Gruits presents cutting-edge 2017-2018 season The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts last year sent up a flare with the announcement that

Philadelphia Art Book Fair is the perfect way to spruce up your book shelf

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Philadelphia Art Book Fair is the perfect way to spruce up your book shelf Art books for everyone Don’t you think your bookshelf deserves a

Rock and roll isn't dead yet. But does it need an oxygen tank?

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Rock and roll isn't dead yet. But does it need an oxygen tank? The first time Budweiser Made in America came to Philadelphia, in 2012,

Dan Deluca's Mix Picks: 'Stop Making Sense', Jaguar Wright, and 'Archer: Dreamland'

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Dan Deluca's Mix Picks: 'Stop Making Sense', Jaguar Wright, and 'Archer: Dreamland' Stop Making Sense. The first and greatest of the many very good music

Novelist Richard Ford pays homage to his parents

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Novelist Richard Ford pays homage to his parents Critics seem fond of identifying Richard Ford with America itself. Born in 1944 in Jackson, Miss., the

Novelist Richard Ford pays homage to his parents

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Novelist Richard Ford pays homage to his parents Critics seem fond of identifying Richard Ford with America itself. Born in 1944 in Jackson, Miss., the

Aimee Mann brings 'Mental Illness' to the Keswick

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Aimee Mann brings 'Mental Illness' to the Keswick There’s a song on Aimee Mann’s new album called “Philly Sinks.” The Mental Illness track doesn’t concern plumbing in

Philadelphia Theatre Company goes semi-dark for 2017-18 season

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Philadelphia Theatre Company goes semi-dark for 2017-18 season The Philadelphia Theatre Company, one of the anchors of the Avenue of the Arts, is going on

A feral Euan Morton breathes new life into 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch'

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A feral Euan Morton breathes new life into 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch' Call it the cunning of consumer capitalism. With a little bit of

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