In 1840, photography was both the runt of the fine art world and its greatest threat.
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At last month's Sundance Film Festival, Knock Down the House broke the festival's documentary sales record: reportedly $10 million to Netflix.
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Strong women take the microphone.
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The new “Mythic Creatures” exhibit opens at The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University Saturday.
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Clare O’Malley delivers a sweet, searing Joan who dazzles all with her confidence and determination in Delaware Theatre Company's production of "Saint Joan" in Wilmington.
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The book pokes fun at silent letters in the English language and some other funky phonetic exceptions.
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A photographer, a housewife and a show that doesn't know when to stop.
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Tierra Whack wore a rainbow-colored, faux-fur to the Grammy Awards’ red carpet last weekend. The outfit went viral, catapulting a Philadelphia designer into the limelight.
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The South Philadelphia theater company lost its home of 10 years. Now, it’s moving back to a bigger, better — albeit underground — stage.
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Your chance to get a piece of Philadelphia’s LOVE Park continues, as a second round of granite bricks have again been turned into paperweights — in time for Valentine's Day.
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Thirty Philadelphia artists submitted work that has replaced all advertising in the Walnut-Locust Station.
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A desperate single mother bares her soul, but not effectively until the play's very end.
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A stranger lip-syncing to one of her songs in South Africa has propelled a Philadelphia singer to resume her career.
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The Philadelphia Museum of Art has the first major retrospective of David Lebe’s experimental photography, tracing his life as a gay man for a half-century.
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