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Jennifer Weiner talks about ‘That Summer,’ a #MeToo story that stretches from Cape Cod to the Main Line

We spoke with the best-selling author about doubling down on summer, how her daughters influenced her new book, and about one character’s foray into mouse taxidermy.

South Jersey author Pam Jenoff on her World War II novel ‘The Woman with the Blue Star’ and the idea that made her gasp

The best-selling author of “The Lost Girls of Paris” and “The Orphan's Tale” was inspired by the story of a group of Polish Jews who lived in sewers to escape the Nazis.

Take it outside: Concerts and performances are popping up outdoors all over Philly

From a drive-in production of a play to indie concerts and modern-dance pop-ups, here are dozens of performances to entertain you alfresco this spring.

Fox 29′s new sports anchor is a Temple grad and former mascot

Breland Moore will report and anchor sports coverage for the 5, 6, 10, and 11 p.m. newscasts starting May 24.

Playwright Donja R. Love wins Philadelphia Theatre Company’s Terrence McNally Award

The award comes with a $5,000 prize and guidance and support for Love’s play about the 1980s AIDS epidemic, "What Will Happen to All That Beauty?"

'It's Always Sunny in Phladelphia' star Rob McElhenney on ‘Mythic Quest,’ his Apple TV+ show

The “Always Sunny” star’s office comedy returns on Apple+ next week in a time beyond quarantine. He talked to The Inquirer about both shows.

Public art comes to Camden on great big cat feet

“Invincible Cat” is one of six large outdoor art installations that make up a six-month exhibition that officially opens Thursday. The work is by Santa Fe-based artists Don Kennell and Lisa Adler.

Kate Winslet on HBO’s ‘Mare of Easttown’ and that Delco accent: ‘I’m an actor who doesn’t like to get things wrong’

The Oscar-winning actress hopes we'll barely notice the work she put into sounding as if she's from around here.

Sheinelle Jones is bringing the ‘Today’ show to Philly on Monday

The former "Good Day Philadelphia" anchor will be here to kick off a series about reopening the country after the pandemic.

Two execs exit CBS after accusations of racist, sexist behavior involving Philly’s CBS3 and other stations

Peter Dunn and David Friend had been suspended since January, following a Los Angeles Times report. Dunn was said to have made disparaging remarks about longtime CBS3 anchor Ukee Washington.