Northern Liberties Restaurant Row is getting a new resident. Restaurateur and Co-Owner Justin Veasey, and partners Mike Connors and William Muhr Jr., announce that SIN Philadelphia will open at 1102 Germantown Avenue, on the ground level of The Beverly – a 51 luxury Beverly Hills-inspired apartment complex is also slated to open later this year. SI...

Narrow faces, haunting eyes, elongated necks … all well-known characteristics of an Amedeo Modigliani masterpiece. Less well known? The brains behind that brush. At the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, curators and conservators are using new technologies to unearth old secrets from beneath the canvas. Their findings are part of the exhibition "Mo...

When: Wed, Feb 8, 2023 at 2:00 PM - Where: Bristol Riverside Theatre, 120 Radcliffe St, Bristol, PA, 19007 Steve Solomon is back by Popular Demand! Prepare to laugh! Prepare to cry! Prepare to join Steve Solomon for the updated, and funnier than ever, My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish, and I’m in Therapy!

CIAO Delco and Widener University will present singers Chris Ruggiero and Steve Silicato in concert, 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5 at Widener University Alumni Auditorium, 1 University Place, Chester. Donation is $25, which includes concert and refreshments and hors’ douvres during intermission. The event is sponsored by Cento, as well as Widener Universit...

By May 1915, anticipation and apprehension had visibly increased within the Italian colony of Philadelphia. As the Chamber of Deputies in Rome deliberated the decision that would bring their nation to war, Philadelphia’s Italians gathered to discuss what the outcome would mean not only for Italy but themselves as well. Widely recognizing that war w...

Through February 26. Philadelphia Museum of Art - 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway - Philadelphia, PA. Free with museum admission. Discover transformative works by artist Giuseppe Penone that explore the relationship between human experience and the natural world. River of Forms examines the central role that drawing plays in his practice and how it...

Joey Giardello wasn’t born with that name, but it’s the one that became famous. Well, famous enough to land him a statue on East Passyunk Avenue, and to bring standing prominent enough for a defamation suit over a Hollywood movie starring Denzel Washington. (The lawyer who got that suit settled, George Bochetto, has a connection to another statue:...

For well over 100 years, the same brick oven has been serving up one simple, but elegant dish, the tomato pie. And, the brick and mortar store is only open 15 days a year. "It was my grandmother that started making it in the Depression era. Tomato pie is a very cheeseless pizza, which on a crust in the big brick oven behind me, is rectangular-shape...

The City of Bridges has plenty of delicious Italian fare for any occasion— planning a special night out with a partner, family, or friends, or if you just have an intense craving for house-made bread and seasonally curated pasta dishes. Just like the best Italian restaurants in New York City, these old school restaurants offer a mix of traditional...

For anyone who needs motivation to exercise, meet 100-year-old Les Savino who drives himself to the gym most days of the week for a three-hour workout. “I don’t feel like going now that I’m 100, but I still go. I know that it’s necessary if I want to enjoy life. Most people at 100 no longer enjoy life. My days are just as normal as when I was 30,”...