The Museum of the American Revolution has opened its interactive “Hamilton Was Here: Rising Up in Revolutionary Philadelphia” exhibition experience, and with it comes rarely seen historical treasures examining the aggregate impact of Alexander Hamilton.


When eleven female musicians take on the traditional Eastern European Jewish folk music of “Soul Songs: Inspiring Women of Klezmer” Oct. 28 at West Philly’s Annenberg Center, chutzpah  certainly will be in the air.


In 2007, with his film career at a standstill, openly gay actor and writer Rupert Everett felt exiled from the industry. In the metaphorical gutter, looking up at the stars, he found inspiration in the final years of Oscar Wilde, another artist who publicly hit rock bottom.

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