PlayPenn events in Center City this month are your free way to see (and meet) theater’s rising stars

Six of the nation's hottest young playwrights bring their works-in-progress to the stage, in free staged readings.

PlayPenn events in Center City this month are your free way to see (and meet) theater’s rising stars

Six of the nation's hottest young playwrights bring their works-in-progress to the stage, in free staged readings.

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‘Veronica Mars’: Let Hulu’s revival send you back to beginning

Another long-canceled show is coming back, but this one feels as if its time may finally have come.
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‘Veronica Mars’: Let Hulu’s revival send you back to beginning

Another long-canceled show is coming back, but this one feels as if its time may finally have come.

It worked in Paris for Manet and Cézanne. Now Philly has its own Salon des Refusés.

A standout show at Vox Populi and a husband-and-wife exhibition at Wexler Gallery are two more of this month's must-sees.

It worked in Paris for Manet and Cézanne. Now Philly has its own Salon des Refusés.

A standout show at Vox Populi and a husband-and-wife exhibition at Wexler Gallery are two more of this month's must-sees.
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‘Live-action’ ‘Lion King’ is a rehash, but it’s also air-conditioned

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Summer Shakespeare in Philly: Here’s what’s on stage now (and in parks)

There's a bumper crop right now of six productions: three indoors and three outdoors.

John Leguizamo on ‘Latin History for Morons’: ‘Courage to say what I want to say’

The Latin comic and media pioneer talks about his Bogota-to-Broadway life story, and the inspiration for his one-man Broadway shows. He comes to the Merriam Theater on July 19-20.

Jennifer Lopez gave Carli Lloyd a lap dance this weekend

South Jersey native Carli Lloyd continued her Women’s World Cup win celebration over the weekend, this time with a congratulatory lap dance courtesy of Jennifer Lopez.

Ommegang to release ‘Game of Thrones’ beer, My Watch Has Ended

Game of Thrones may be over, but Brewery Ommegang’s series of beers for the for the popular HBO fantasy drama is keeping Westeros alive — for one more release, at least.

Where in the world is André 3000? In Philly — with a flute.

For the better part of the summer, Benjamin has been spotted several times around Los Angeles and New York City playing his Mayan double flute and taking photos with fans. And now, the notoriously elusive rapper is in Philadelphia doing the same.

How a great hip-hop label took on the world from Conshohocken

Friends had been suggesting that Schwartz write a book for years, but until now it felt like too soon.

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Movie comedies are disappearing

Make ’em laugh? Not at the movies.

‘Stonewall @ 50’ art show is generously inclusive, but could use more of the raw anger and fierce humor that paved the way

Drexel University’s new art show bills itself as the largest LGBTQ+ exhibition in Philadelphia history.

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'Friends' and 'The Office' are leaving Netflix, but here are 5 under-the-radar shows to watch instead

Can't find anything to stream but reruns? Maybe it's time to shake up the algorithm.

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