The Arden Theatre’s current production of Dr. Seuss’ The Cat in the Hat (on stage through 6/29) is a surrealist dream in a frame hung low enough on the crooked wall allowing a child to stare directly into it with wide eyes and an even wider smile. With an opening […]
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Save for a few gems at The Colonial Theatre in Phoenixville each year, it’s rare that the creme de la creme of family music comes to the Philly suburbs. That fact makes this free Alastair Moock concert a must-attend family event at 7pm on May 19th at the People’s Light […]
The Walkmen were/are one of indie rock’s most intriguing bands — think a more energetic (and enjoyable) The National and a more polished Felice Brothers. Yeah, a pretty terrific outfit. One of the Walkmen’s men, Walter Martin has a solo album out this month called We’re All Young Together, an […]
The first weekend of May is shaping up to be a brilliant time to visit Philadelphia. This is true for out-of-towners and for city residents alike, and not only because the weather forecast predicts high-60’s and sunshine. The nice forecast is, well, nice, but this weekend also marks the 30th […]
A young boy leaves the Earth and the world gets better because of his heroism and the proud memory of his short time that so many carry forward with them forever. That’s what we tell ourselves to ease the pain of the brutal reality in front of our pained faces. […]
Based on the books by Louis Sachar, the Arden’s Sideways Stories from Wayside School is a trippy scholastic rabbit hole well worth falling into with your kids.
I’m not saying you shouldn’t take your kids to see The Nutcracker. Again. But if you’re the type to expand horizons and look for something off the beaten path, then this, dear parent, is for you. Snowball is a wintery fairy tale dance that runs from today through the 15th […]
East Passyunk Avenue’s 2013 Spooky Saturday and Fall Festival is this Saturday, October 26, 2013, from 11:00am to 4:00pm. Go.