Arts (Page 4)
Philadelphia Life: Walnut Street Theatre “getting better with age”
The oldest theater in the country has the largest subscription base.
Philadelphia Life: Black artists say they face racial barriers
Black artists in Philadelphia say they've had to overcome racial barriers to succeed.
Philadelphia Life: Underground music scene thrives
PHILADELPHIA – Winter coats, gloves, and wool scarves are atypical rock concert attire, but Saturday night’s audience at The Ox, […]
Atlanta native shines on Broadway
Nikki Renee Daniels is appearing in "Promises, Promises," her seventh Broadway show since moving to New York 10 years ago.
NYC Marathon: Punk rock in Park Slope
Steel Wolf, a self-proclaimed “loud rawk” band from Long Island, entertained marathon spectators in Park Slope, Brooklyn with their crude and humorous blend of punk rock.
NYC Marathon: Navajo vibe in Bay Ridge
Parked in front of a gas station in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, members of The Awakening Live jazz band jammed between miles two and four of the New York City Marathon.