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Sticker art is an ‘international phenomenon,’ as seen at this Tattooed Mom exhibit

'You have this small canvas that’s affordable — priority-mail sticker paper is free at the post office — and portable, and therefore easy to share.'

Things to do in Philly, Oct. 13 to 19: Ali Wong, Frankenstein, and witches and wizards in Chestnut Hill

Ali Wong takes the stage at the Met, witches and wizards return to Chestnut Hill, Frankenstein and more.

Things to do in Philly, Oct. 11-17: OutFest, Old City Fest, Ali Wong, and more

Plus: The Philadelphia Film Festival and the Mutter Museum's latest exhibit opens.

Philly’s little-known ‘Sound of Music’ connection comes full circle this weekend

The lone Trapp family singer comes to the Basilica for a concert. Just don't expect a revue.

‘Notorious RBG’ exhibit in Philly lets you listen to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dissents (in her own voice) and pose in a jabot

"Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg" makes Philly its first East Coast stop. It opens Oct. 4.

Things to do in Philly, Oct. 4-10: Happy Place at KOP, Ambler Oktoberfest, ‘Ghost Ship’

Plus: Design Philadelphia, a Rail Park festival, Bon Iver, Carrie Underwood, and Incubus.

A ‘ghost ship’ visits Philly, parking under the Ben Franklin Bridge

A 90-foot-long ghost ship sails the Delaware this month as part of the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation's new public art initiative.

Explore the Rail Park of Philadelphia’s future at this free two-week arts festival

In its current incarnation, the Rail Park has only realized a quarter-mile of the planned 3-mile expanse, which weaves through the Poplar and Spring Garden neighborhoods.

Things to do in Philly, Sept. 29 to Oct. 5: Cheesemaking, Hugh Jackman, Ghost Ship

Plus: Philadanco at the Kimmel Center, ikebana at Longwood Gardens, the Puerto Rican Day parade and more.

I took Orvis’ free fly-fishing classes, then went to Berks County to test my skills

Before my trip to Orvis, I had fished a few times, mostly on family vacations, using hot dog chunks and $10 fishing poles bought from gas stations.

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