Could ‘The Walking Dead’ be coming to Philadelphia?

Fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead have been wondering what happened to former protagonist Rick Grimes since his departure from the show last season. But now, a newly premiered trailer for a film from the franchise may have potentially revealed his new location: Philadelphia.

Could ‘The Walking Dead’ be coming to Philadelphia?

Fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead have been wondering what happened to former protagonist Rick Grimes since his departure from the show last season. But now, a newly premiered trailer for a film from the franchise may have potentially revealed his new location: Philadelphia.

‘Here, everyone understands’: 300 gather in King of Prussia to celebrate the accordion

“What’s nice is coming here and being all together. … Sometimes, it feels like you’re floating out there alone, the only one who understands the accordion."

‘Here, everyone understands’: 300 gather in King of Prussia to celebrate the accordion

“What’s nice is coming here and being all together. … Sometimes, it feels like you’re floating out there alone, the only one who understands the accordion."

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Jennifer Lopez took the Wells Fargo Center to the strip club, and beyond

Her scrappy Puerto Rican girl from The Bronx origin story remains the most dominant aspect of her identity, and she drew deeply from this well throughout a two-plus hour performance at the Wells Fargo Center Saturday night.
Review

Jennifer Lopez took the Wells Fargo Center to the strip club, and beyond

Her scrappy Puerto Rican girl from The Bronx origin story remains the most dominant aspect of her identity, and she drew deeply from this well throughout a two-plus hour performance at the Wells Fargo Center Saturday night.
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Anxiety nightmare comes horribly true for rising-star Philly pianist at Moscow competition

Tianxu An will play the piece this week with the Philadelphia Orchestra that surprised him recently at the International Tchaikovsky Competition.

What to watch during Philly’s heat wave: ‘The Lion King,' ‘Veronica Mars,’ ‘Queer Eye,’ and more

It's hot. You don't want to go outside. Here are the movies and TV shows you watch instead.

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In new James Bond, Lashana Lynch breaks the (martini) glass ceiling. Does it matter? | Gary Thompson

Lashana Lynch shouldn’t be the new 007, but not for the reason you think.

At 25, this Camden trumpeter has toured with Beyoncé, twice. Now, she’s bringing her act to Philly.

Arnetta Johnson, a trumpeter who has performed with Beyoncé, The Roots, and Janelle Monáe, will bring her virtuosity to Chris’ Jazz Café for two intimate performances at 8 p.m. and 10 p.m.

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’ surprise: Hulu’s revival arrives early

Another long-canceled show is 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.

Robyn plays a very wet show at the Mann Center | Concert review

Pop music's weird older sister weathered the storm.

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‘Live-action’ ‘Lion King’ is a rehash, but it’s also air-conditioned

There are those who say the new "Lion King" reboot has no good reason to exist, but I disagree.

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.

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