Philly rockers Sheer Mag return with the personal and powerful ‘A Distant Call’

People probably feel the same way when they say see you onstage, I tell Halladay. “I can only hope,” she says.

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Taylor Swift, putting the haters behind her on ‘Lover’ | Review

Lover is — dare I say it — swiftly paced.
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Taylor Swift, putting the haters behind her on ‘Lover’ | Review

Lover is — dare I say it — swiftly paced.

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How a movie connected me (and my suburban Philly garden) to a Macedonian beekeeper from halfway ’round the world

One of the nice things about movies is they way can unexpectedly connect you to someone halfway around the world, living an entirely different kind of life.
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How a movie connected me (and my suburban Philly garden) to a Macedonian beekeeper from halfway ’round the world

One of the nice things about movies is they way can unexpectedly connect you to someone halfway around the world, living an entirely different kind of life.

The Philly Pride Flag made a cameo on the season finale of FX’s ‘Pose’

FX viewers who tuned into this week’s season finale of the network’s drama Pose may have noticed a familiar local symbol in the episode’s climax: The Philadelphia Pride Flag.

The Philly Pride Flag made a cameo on the season finale of FX’s ‘Pose’

FX viewers who tuned into this week’s season finale of the network’s drama Pose may have noticed a familiar local symbol in the episode’s climax: The Philadelphia Pride Flag.
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How ‘Friends’ inspired Conshohocken producer to start making movies, like the delightful ‘Peanut Butter Falcon’

Aaron Scotti, executive producer of the summer sleeper Peanut Butter Falcon, is a native of Conshohocken, which you can tell by the way he always shortens it to “Conshy.”

PAFA show dares to ask: What do Hudson River School paintings owe to our Schuylkill River School painters?

The exhibit "From the Schuylkill to the Hudson: Landscapes of the Early American Republic" explores the connection.

Philly Orchestra snags superstar singer Audra McDonald for opening gala

The opera superstar was dropped after allegations of sexual misconduct.

Billy Ray Cyrus makes ‘Old Town Road’ his own at the Borgata | Concert review

If any performer has had nine lives in his career, it’s Billy Ray Cyrus.

New Scorsese movie is about a Philly hit man who claimed he killed Jimmy Hoffa

Was Frank Sheeran really the one behind Jimmy Hoffa’s killing? Some mob experts have their doubts.

Philly’s favorite wedding band is about to turn 40

Philly’s horn-based party dance band is very possibly this city’s most “heard” group, whose membership you couldn’t identify. “We are the backdrop to the most important events in people’s lives,” says Southwest Philadelphia-native Kurt Titchenell, Jellyroll’s founder-trombonist.

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‘Ready or Not’: The rich hunt the 99 percent in this gory-horror comedy | Movie review

Hollywood’s self-imposed ban on movies about class-based killing has lasted less than two weeks. Enter 'Ready or Not.'

Moore College brings in 3 high-powered women to curate edgy exhibitions at the art school

Up first is Mia Locks, who's a prominent Los Angeles curator and a scion of Philly's venerable Locks Gallery.

Philly's ‘Hamilton’ ticket lottery: How to get tickets for only $10

You don't have to pay an arm and a leg to see 'Hamilton' at the Forrest Theater. You just need to win the lottery.

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Two generations of boy bands hit Philadelphia on back-to-back dates

As long as there are screaming teens, there will be boy bands. On back to back nights in Philly, the Backstreet Boys and Jonas Brothers proved whey they are still relevant.

Barrymore nominations are in for Philadelphia theater’s best shows. See the full list here.

Is your favorite on the list?

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The cross-cultural power of Bruce Springsteen’s promised land, in ‘Blinded by the Light’

It’s a reminder that rock and roll’s raw and essential power comes from being underdog music made and consumed by outsiders.

Tamron Hall’s life has been leading to her own talk show since before her days at Temple

Tamron Hall’s eponymous daytime talk show will be nationally syndicated, airing locally on 6abc, starting September 9th. The former Today co-host said that the premise of the show would be built on “sharing experiences through meaningful conversations.”

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