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Arts & Culture

    • Partiers revel at The Dolphin Tavern in South Philadelphia.

City mulls new license to booze that would keep Philly bars open until 4 a.m.

Should Philadelphia’s bars stay open until 4:00 a.m.? Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown thinks so, as long as tax dollars from those late night drinks go to the School District of Philadelphia.…

    • All Power to All People by Hank Willis Thomas was one of twenty Monument Lab installations funded with help from NEA. Credit: Steve Weinik/Mural Arts

The NEA contributed $1.4 million to Philly's creative economy in 2017. Now Trump wants to kill it.

Trump’s proposal to eliminate the National Endowment for the Arts would “end valuable direct investments in our local communities,” said the leaders of some of the nation's most urban-focused foundations, including…

    • Laverne Daves and Earlene Stith celebrate in Sit On It bar

What victory looks like from a South Philly bar

Paul Gallegher’s Thursday began at the same time and in the same kind of place that his Sunday night ended: At 6:00 a.m. in a South Philadelphia bar. On Sunday night,…

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ABOUT ARTS & CULTURE

A healthy city requires a thriving cultural ecosystem. That community including nonprofit arts organizations and for-profit art institutions; community cultural centers and fine museums; galleries and theaters; music groups and design guilds; educational institutions, archives and libraries; literary groups and publications; media arts groups and public artwork.
 

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