Holiday weekend entertainment includes a virtual version of the National Memorial Day Concert, Janelle Monáe in "Homecoming," a livestreamed rose garden tour from Germantown's Wyck, and a new Kumail Naniani comedy,
Gary Thompson discussed 'Creed' during a livestream with Christopher Gormley, a location scout for the movie (and also for Silver Linings Playbook), and a young influencer -- Ariell Johnson, proprietor of Amalgam Comics -- who happens to be a huge local boxing fan.
Then join us for a livestream talk Monday about how the movie got made. Location scout Christopher Gormley will be our special guest, along with Philly boxing enthusiast Ariell Johnson of Amalgam Comics.
Mark Nelson and fellow "biospherians" were sealed off together for two years and pushed to the limits of endurance. So, no, he doesn’t want to hear about glitches in your high-speed internet, or faulty service from Grubhub.
Need more to keep you occupied from home? The Mutter Museum has just dropped a new virtual tour on YouTube. Narberth's 'American Idol' contestant Louis Knight competes in the Top 10. The edgy Philly theater company Die-Cast world-premieres a play that unfolds online.
We’re featuring our reader's best comments in a livestream discussion with Inquirer movie writer Gary Thompson, Inquirer lifestyle writer Elizabeth Wellington, and our special guest, Sixth Sense first assistant director John Rusk.
We all feel like Bruce Willis right now -- aching to reconnect with life in our vibrant Philadelphia. Watch 'The Sixth Sense' this weekend, then join our livestream 5 p.m. Monday with assistant director John Rusk to hear about the making of the movie.
Is Bill Murray's wacked-out golf movie as great as its fans say? Or as awful as the critics thought originally? Watch it this weekend and weigh in. Then watch our Inquirer LIVE: One Movie, One Philly” livestream Monday to hear what one PGA insider thinks. (Post questions in advance for him here.)