HBO is setting up a drive-through exhibit this weekend connected with its MOVE documentary ‘40 Years a Prisoner’

The exhibit is being installed in a Center City parking garage and will be open noon to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Fox 29’s Alex Holley and Thomas Drayton are adding a new gig

The station will extend its newsroom's reach into late night starting next month, with the launch of a new half-hour program that will air at 12:30 a.m.

Fox 29’s Alex Holley and Thomas Drayton are adding a new gig

The station will extend its newsroom's reach into late night starting next month, with the launch of a new half-hour program that will air at 12:30 a.m.

The best things to do this weekend: Drive-in holiday movies at the Navy Yard, holiday markets, Gilmore Girls quizzo, ice skating and more.

Drive-in holiday movies at the Navy Yard, holiday markets, A Christmas Carol, Gilmore Girls quizzo, ice skating and more things to do this week.

The best things to do this weekend: Drive-in holiday movies at the Navy Yard, holiday markets, Gilmore Girls quizzo, ice skating and more.

Drive-in holiday movies at the Navy Yard, holiday markets, A Christmas Carol, Gilmore Girls quizzo, ice skating and more things to do this week.

Wilma Theater’s lacerating ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning’ is a drama full of our moment | Review

Blanka Zizka directs Will Arbery's Pulitzer Finalist play, rehearsed and filmed in the Poconos in a quarantine bubble.

Wilma Theater’s lacerating ‘Heroes of the Fourth Turning’ is a drama full of our moment | Review

Blanka Zizka directs Will Arbery's Pulitzer Finalist play, rehearsed and filmed in the Poconos in a quarantine bubble.
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Philadelphia Orchestra performs a Mahler ‘Symphony No. 4’ you’ve probably never heard before

Yannick Nézet-Séguin found all kinds of hidden advantages in a slimmed-down chamber orchestra version. Also on this week's Digital Stage program: a dazzling new work by Jessie Montgomery.

Fox 29’s Mike Jerrick tests positive for COVID-19

The "Good Day Philadelphia" coanchor announced his test result on Facebook Tuesday afternoon.

Philly photographer Ricky Codio is sought after for his vulnerable, exquisite portraits

“You don’t have to be a celebrity to feel like a celebrity with me,” says Codio, founder of the Mannequin Factory photography studio in North Philly.

‘All my love, Elliot’: Actor Page comes out as transgender

The Oscar-nominated actor who starred in  “Juno," “Inception” and “The Umbrella Academy” has come out as transgender with the name of Elliot Page.

Meet the crew behind ‘Half Brothers,’ a U.S. film with a Latino perspective

The 96-minute film offers a portrait of an immigrant’s struggles in an America that isn’t necessarily welcoming, and reflects on the U.S.-Mexico relationship.

William Penn and Mellon Foundations give $8 million to Philly arts and culture groups hit by COVID-19

The money is being distributed to 3 dozen area arts groups — large and small, community-based and internationally known.

‘All my love, Elliot’: Actor Page comes out as transgender

The Oscar-nominated actor who starred in  “Juno," “Inception” and “The Umbrella Academy” has come out as transgender with the name of Elliot Page

The warrior ethos of girls soccer animates a ferocious ‘Wolves’ at Philadelphia Theatre Company | Review

Nell Bang-Jensen directs a Zoom iteration of Sarah DeLappe’s play, a Pulitzer Prize finalist for drama.

Bah, humbug: How holidays in Philly are adapting and changing this season

Some holiday traditions are gone this year, and others have gone virtual. As a consolation, you can buy a Dickens “A Christmas Carol” in a box for a DIY performance at home.

These are the big books this holiday season, to read or give

From Barack Obama's new memoir to the sci-fi sequel 'Ready Player Two,' good reads that you'll want to put on your list as 2020 draws to a close.

Wilma Theater created the season’s hottest show in a quarantine bubble in the woods

For 'Heroes of the Fourth Turning,' cast and crew decamped to a collection of cabins in the woods. With 'comfy pants' nights and comfort food, it was the theatrical commune of Blanka Zizka's dreams.

‘Can he actually do that?’ Philadelphia’s Constitution Center is now the answer authority for a nation in government stress

Riding the country's anxiety and offering rich digital substance, the NCC has vaulted into third place among museum websites nationwide.

There will be no Comcast Holiday Spectacular this year, not even outside

The city's new COVID-19 restrictions prevent Comcast from moving its video-wall show outside. Macy's had already shifted its holiday entertainment online.

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