By Katherine Rochester
The subsequent closures of Possible Projects, Extra Extra and Jolie Laide have cast a long shadow, raising questions about what makes Philly simultaneously such a great and such an infuriating city in which to run an art space. Because, sure, the art scene is a revolving door, but it doesn’t always swing this fast. What’s behind the recent wave of closures—and why are some spaces opting to turn away from the nonprofit model entirely?
By PW Staff
A dragon boat competition, an SPCA block party, the Kensington Picnic and more to see and do this week in Philly.
By Dan Savage
I’m 16 and I like my friend’s mom, who is 35. She’s married and has two kids. But I really like her. What should I do?
By Randy LoBasso
With all the talk about the working poor and elderly being denied access to the polls due to the new voter-ID law, the homeless have been almost universally ignored in the debate.