The now-iconic white wall that once held a duct-taped banana at Art Basel Miami Beach was vandalized on Sunday afternoon, forcing exhibitors to cover up the writing in red lipstick with a white cardboard.
The experience pass, which launched Monday, allows Philadelphia residents to use their library card to reserve tickets to science centers, botanical gardens, art museums, and historical sites that typically charge entry fees, at no cost.
Soloists Carolyn Sampson, Karen Cargill, Jonas Hacker, and Benjamin Appl were all standouts. Cargill’s “Agnus Dei” had immense emotional gravity that created the single best moments of the performance.
Joel Embiid may not have had the best performance in Thursday’s game against the Wizards, but the Sixers power forward has been been immortalized forever thanks to a new sculpture – or, at least his arm has.
Warwick, 78, has released her 38th studio album, "Dionne Warwick & the Voices of Christmas." She talked with The Inquirer about putting it together, and shared her thoughts on the current state of music.
As Elvis memorably sang, it can be a blue Christmas for many. BalletX opened its fall program Wednesday night at the Wilma Theater with two world premieres about holiday stress, But they're far from being downers.
On Sunday in Sharon Hill, Pennsylvania Ballet’s crew loaded the company’s new "Nutcracker" Christmas tree onto a truck headed toward the Academy of Music. It moved in on Monday, along with tutus, props, scenery, and flooring.