From music venues and art galleries to comedy clubs and playhouses, we wanted to show you the best of what the city has to offer.
Shake off your stress at these clubs that host a variety of themed nights including Latin fusion, Joy Division, and so much more.
Philly’s theaters show everything from legendary musicals like “Hamilton” and “Once” to local productions like the Philly native–created "Mirrors."
Locally sourced Philadelphia experiences like axe–throwing, aerial yoga, and drunk painting. Kids, don’t try this at home.
Yeah, wearing pajamas is cool, but have you flung rice at a movie theater screen with 100 other people watching Rocky Horror Picture Show?
With this combo of local specialized galleries and world–class art institutions, you'll have no shortage of suggestions for a museum date.
Think outside the box and check out these what happening in Philly's spoken word, comedy, and improv community.
Yes, there is a Museum of Shoes. Yes, there are “wet specimens” inside the Mutter Museum. And yes, Street’s search history is really weird right now.
Rex Orange County, Snail Mail, Hozier: From a church basement to a converted electric factory, these Philadelphia venues are as eclectic as the artists they bring.
Off Campus Recruiter: Last night, someone tried to network with me when I was drunk.
Boob Connoisseuress: I have quite the story to tell you about her busty jugs….
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Watched Narcos Once: I feel like the drug market in Philly is ripe for disruption.
Team Follow–Back: “I’m so excited to graduate so I can unfollow everyone in my sorority.”
The restaurant's University City location had a cease operations order from August 6 to August 12.
Smokes' closed for four days on the order of the city health department.
The famous Penn BYOB now has a liquor license and is looking for a different clientele.
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Honest Stoner: “I’ll be honest with you, I come to your class high a lot.”
It’s so 'Easy Easy' to win tickets to see King Krule at the Fillmore this spring!