The 10th annual edition takes place in Rittenhouse this weekend.
Another look at the places in our city that have shaped popular music in America.
DJ Astro 8000’s bash is so popular it’s heading to South by Southwest.
Vague Audio Tapes is kicking off a charitable series with a tape for tampons.
The guy from the Eurythmics wanted Central Park; Pete Droge thought Rittenhouse felt ‘truthful.’
The DJ who created the craze talks why.
|What||Still looking for V-Day plans? How about some jazz at Underground Arts? Or maybe we shouldn't say *some* jazz. An ensemble led by tenor saxophonist David Fishkin will be honoring A Love Supreme, hometown hero John Coltrane's most iconic album, widely viewed as one of best jazz recordings ever. 21+ only.|
|Where||Underground Arts at 1200 Callowhill Street|
|When||February 14, 2017 at 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm|
The platinum-selling diva talks music, privacy and what she’ll always love about Philadelphia.
Rock out to this while you smash the patriarchy.
How to navigate the next four months in music.
And the April event is already half sold-out.
The reasoning behind the President-elect’s claim.
From criminal justice reform to Vision Zero, how Philly can improve.
Everything from our homegrown “Creed” to the blinding whiteness of Pennsylvania politics.
Alternative venues have been in the nation’s focus ever since a warehouse-turned-live music venue in Oakland caught fire last week.