This was the first time Buress had been back in Philly since his infamous Cosby remarks.
The Middletown, N.J., native was 19.
"Unfortunately, the focus turned to the President and myself which concerned me that it might take away from creating a positive result from today's discussions."
From Sebastian Stan to Jason Momoa, these are the celebs you have to see.
Questlove to curate Prince orchestral tribute tour, but it won't stop in Philly
DeVito has yet to comment on the mock date.
The original movie starred Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby
Stevie is playing one of only a few dates in Atlantic City.
The D is back!
Ray Koob, a native of Bucks County, had a 16-year run.
Though, from West Philadelphia born and raised, Smith didn't take long to blow through most of his pay.
"When touring stops working for the kids, if they decide they just want to be home and have a normal life," Pink, 38, told Redbook magazine in a recent interview, "I'll stop because they are by far the priority."
Drake to play Wells Fargo Center with Migos this fall
DJ Khaled introduced the Philly rapper to the stage.
Michael J. Woodard was kicked off last night.
The NOFX leader is bringing the band to town.
Stern has beef with HBO
He also makes a mean burger
Late Beatle John Lennon is one of the most beloved pop culture figures of all time, but don't go to Eagles defensive end Chris Long for any compliments about him.
Nick Vadala writes about food and entertainment for Philly.com.