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This Philadelphia ICE protest and the ‘Storm Area 51’ run share an anime inspiration

“Our ninja sprints have the power to demonstrate our unrest, and our power levels are unmatched.”

Hibiscus is turning food and drinks red all around Philly. Here’s where you can get it.

These drinks, desserts, and pantry staples are the perfect introductions to the red, tart ingredient.

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

The SNL alum and TV guide senior writer Damian Holbrook spoke at the Kimmel Center on Wednesday for a Mean Girls event that offered attendees the chance to purchase tickets three hours before they went on sale online.

Philadelphia Music Walk of Fame: 2019 class announced

The renowned Philadelphia Orchestra, legendary R&B group The O’Jays and “All You Zombies” rockers the Hooters are among this year’s inductees to the Philadelphia Music Walk of Fame, the Philadelphia Music Alliance announced during a press reception at the Independence Visitors Center on Wednesday.

Toni Morrison, Nobel Prize winning novelist, dies at 88

Publisher Alfred A. Knopf confirmed that celebrated author Toni Morrison passed away at the age of 88 after a brief illness.

Barbie at 60: The iconic doll will be celebrated in South Jersey with NatGeo space scientist Jennifer W. Lopez

Technology and data scientist Jennifer W. Lopez talks about how Barbie impacted her, the power of imaginative play, and what Barbie's messages mean for women in STEM.

Musician Corinne Bailey Rae teaches Philly School District kids about the music biz

The two-time Grammy winner spoke to 30 students from Philadephia public schools as part of the district's partnership with the Grammy Music Education Coalition.

Happy Place, a 15,000-square-foot, Instagram-ready pop-up, is coming to the King of Prussia Mall

The 15,000 square feet exhibition features 12-themed rooms, a life-size unicorn, 40,000 paper flowers, and the world’s largest confetti dome.

Everything you need to know about gender-neutral style — trending with Generation Z — in Philly and beyond

These styles answer the fashion needs of LGBTQ people and anyone frustrated by limited off-the-rack options and “standard” sizes that don’t fit or flatter.