‘The Chelsea Girls’ revisits fear and desperation of McCarthy-era theater world | Book review

Historical novelist known for setting stories in famous New York buildings turns her attention to a certain New York hotel.

‘The Chelsea Girls’ revisits fear and desperation of McCarthy-era theater world | Book review

Historical novelist known for setting stories in famous New York buildings turns her attention to a certain New York hotel.

Philly Orchestra snags superstar singer Audra McDonald for opening gala

The opera superstar was dropped after allegations of sexual misconduct.

Philly Orchestra snags superstar singer Audra McDonald for opening gala

The opera superstar was dropped after allegations of sexual misconduct.

6 paperbacks worth taking on vacation

There's still time to fit in some summer reading, and these should travel well.

6 paperbacks worth taking on vacation

There's still time to fit in some summer reading, and these should travel well.
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Moore College brings in 3 high-powered women to curate edgy exhibitions at the art school

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Philly's ‘Hamilton’ ticket lottery: How to get tickets for only $10

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Tina Fey comes to the Kimmel Center to talk about 'Mean Girls'

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Curtis Institute will use a hotline service to handle reports of harassment

Curtis Institute of Music president and CEO Roberto Díaz said in a letter to Curtis community members the intent was to provide a safe space for reporting misconduct "without fear of reprisal."

Metropolitan Opera and more major players respond to allegations against Plácido Domingo

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Jia Tolentino’s smart takes on this absurd modern life | Book review

Essays by a New Yorker writer feature her repeatedly catching herself doing things she's too smart and too feminist for.

Don’t let a bad reader ruin your audiobook experience. Here are recordings to savor — and to avoid.

Any devoted audiobook listener can attest: Spending nine hours (or more) in the company of a terrible reader is an experience that can truly ruin a book.

Novel reimagines U.S.-Soviet space race | Book review

Novel looks at earth-bound dangers as Soviet cosmonauts shoot for the stars in the Cold War race with U.S.

Philadanco founder to win prestigious lifetime achievement award

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