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“Chill and Jam” at The Nomads Festival Heather Maxwell Posted August 23rd, 2017 Comments are closed Every year in mid-March, the International Nomads Festival brings people from around the world to the desert town of M’hamid el Ghizlane. They gather to celebrate nomadic life of the Sahara desert. For three days and nights, the town is abuzz with […]

Written by Meredith Klein June 26, 2019 Exactly one month ago, on Sunday, May 26, the Típica Messiez, a new 10-piece Argentine tango orchestra, gave its first performance as part of the Philly Tango Fest to a sold-out crowd.  There was a line around the block to get into the Lithuanian Music Hall (LMH) in Philadelphia, and an […]

Fringe Arts busca residentes de Filadelfia de todas las comunidades, habilidades, edades y experiencias para actuar en esta pieza de baile nómada que incluye movimientos, coreografía y acciones coreográficas en el espacio público a lo largo de las calles, parques y aceras del sur de Filadelfia.Por favor únase a nosotros para las audiciones abiertas de […]

 POSTED JUNE 12, 2019 BY KELLY BUCCI Spectacular fireworks, free concerts, free museum admission and more… It’s no surprise that Philadelphia — the birthplace of our nation — throws a pretty awesome bash for America’s birthday every year. For six days, the Wawa Welcome America festival (June 29-July 4) brings more than 50 free, fabulous events to Philadelphia in celebration […]

By Matt Miller | mmiller@pennlive.com A divided Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled Friday that a man who lost his job can get unemployment compensation even while he was serving a part-time prison sentence for an unrelated crime. That decision hinged on the court’s interpretation of the words “incarceration” and “during.” As Justice Kevin M. Dougherty noted […]