Topics :: Philly Int’l Fest of Arts (PIFA)
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If you haven’t updated your Philadelphia guide lately, you might be missing some major new museums and attractions. Over the past few years, the region welcomed some destination-defining-and trip-defining-attractions.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has taken over a fabulous storefront in the heart of Chestnut Hill for its 2012 PHS Holiday Pop Up Store.
Phreak N’ Queer was the vision of local DJ and promoter, Kate Gormley. Gormley wanted to give Philadelphians an opportunity to get back to the DIY roots of the music and art scenes and away from mainstream interpretations of these mediums.
Just in time for summer travel, fans of Bruce Springsteen staying at Loews Philadelphia Hotel and reserving the "Bruce Springsteen Exhibit Package" will enjoy the celebration of freedom at the National Constitution Center.
The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation (GPTMC) recently debuted content on Foursquare, Foodspotting and Pinterest for LGBT travelers planning a trip to Philadelphia or residents who want to get to know their city better.
While W.C. Fields might find it hard to fathom, Philadelphia has been the hotbed for a burgeoning neo-burlesque scene - thanks in large part to the long-running, shimmying shenanigans of the Peek-A-Boo Revue.
Before there was Alexander McQueen, there was Lucile, the first British fashion designer to achieve international renown. It was Lucile who introduced the "mannequin parade," which is what we call a fashion show - or else ballroom culture.
In case you have yet to hear, Philadelphia is turning it out this spring with the Philadelphia International Festival of the Arts (PIFA), a three-week arts smorgasbord centered around the theme "Paris: 1910 - 1920."
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