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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."

Can babysitting help retool the Barrymore Awards? Theatre Philadelphia gives it a shot

Awards organizers hope that a new grant to cover childcare will help diversify the ranks of Barrymore nominators and judges — and expand the types of performances that get recognized for excellence.

Lady Gaga, Drake, Vikings and festivals: Here’s what’s happening in Philly this fall

Philly's fall entertainment season has it all: Blow-out concerts, blockbuster movies, hot plays, sizzling beach reads, and festivals galore. Our critics pick the best.

Philadelphia’s movies, music and arts guide for summer 2018

Philadelphia’s movies, music and arts guide for summer 2018

Yo, Philly: 10 more big events to look forward to, post-parade

Pink at Wells Fargo, Tall Ships on the Delaware, the PIFA Street Fair on Broad Street, and more top picks from our huge Spring Arts Guide.

Philadelphia Spring Arts Guide 2018

Philly's spring entertainment season has it all: Blow-out concerts, blockbuster movies, hot plays, Tall Ships, museum exhibits, and more. Our critics pick the best.

1,000 shows around the world for Bernstein's 100th anniversary year

If you want to hear the score to "West Side Story" or "On the Waterfront" this year, get your passport and go.

Wildwood Beerfest, Ventnor PorchFest, and more Shore things to do this weekend

Also on tap: anime in Atlantic City, vintage roadsters in Wildwood, pirates in Tuckerton, Trombone Shorty in Ocean City, and more.

Philly's hottest summer festivals & what's new for 2016

The media circus comes to town for July's Democratic National Convention, which also brings the six-day PoliticalFest - a wonk-friendly series of open-to-the-public history exhibits and special events.