Review

Resident Theatre Company’s ‘Lend Me a Tenor': Inspired song and silliness in West Chester

Few people today would publicly bemoan the loss of blackface makeup, so, in looking at Ken Ludwig’s 1986 comedy, Lend Me a Tenor, here we go.

A year of writing this column brings few hoagies, a lot of news | Maria Panaritis

This was supposed to be a busy news year beyond Philly and across Pennsylvania. But midterms, AND clergy abuse AND all the rest? New columnist Maria Panaritis looks back.

A year of writing this column brings few hoagies, a lot of news | Maria Panaritis

This was supposed to be a busy news year beyond Philly and across Pennsylvania. But midterms, AND clergy abuse AND all the rest? New columnist Maria Panaritis looks back.

6ABC’s Vernon Odom looks back: ‘It’s been a great ride and a ringside seat to the world’

As he prepares for an active retirement, Odom reminisces about covering everyone from Frank Rizzo to Nelson Mandela and talks about the changes he's seen in Philadelphia over four decades.

6ABC’s Vernon Odom looks back: ‘It’s been a great ride and a ringside seat to the world’

As he prepares for an active retirement, Odom reminisces about covering everyone from Frank Rizzo to Nelson Mandela and talks about the changes he's seen in Philadelphia over four decades.

Britain was lured into Brexit by lies and Russia; can it be saved by the younger generation? | Trudy Rubin

Theresa May may have no option but to call for a second referendum, whose outcome will depend on whether young “remainers” turn out to vote.

Britain was lured into Brexit by lies and Russia; can it be saved by the younger generation? | Trudy Rubin

Theresa May may have no option but to call for a second referendum, whose outcome will depend on whether young “remainers” turn out to vote.
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If you want to change the world, be like David Fattah | Ronnie Polaneczky

David Fattah, who died Dec. 5th, spent his life meeting people where they were at - which inspired them to get to someplace better.

‘Stay the Course’: John Bogle’s commonsense, plainspoken investment wisdom

The longtime head (now retired) of Malvern-based Vanguard Group has written his 12th book, full of the pointed, direct advice he's known for, plus a look back (and forward) at the history, future, and mission of his company.

Opinion

Armstrong & Wilson’s holiday pocket-square collab is a harbinger of the design duo’s happy new year | Elizabeth Wellington

The holiday collaboration with Men’s Style Pro blogger and creative consultant Sabir M. Peele launched this month.

Opinion

Natalie Portman on the pageantry of evil and playing a pop star in ‘Vox Lux’

The Oscar winning follows 'Black Swan and 'Jackie' with another role about a woman who is defined by her performance in public.

Opinion

TV picks: A ‘Timeless’ farewell, ‘Springsteen on Broadway,’ ‘Vanity Fair’ and more

What's new or noteworthy on television for the week of Dec. 16.

Opinion

The GOP’s war on democracy makes an unwelcome stop in Pennsylvania | Will Bunch

Democrat Lindsey Williams, winner of the November election in a Pittsburgh-area state Senate district, has come under fire from GOP Senate leaders who question her residency.

Opinion

Women’s March organizers need divine inspiration | Christine Flowers

Since news recently broke that the Women’s March has been going through its own dark night of the soul, I decided to dedicate this week’s column to my own female role models.

Opinion

Recovery community mourns loss of Ray Skinner, the longtime proprietor of Eleventh Step books

Eleventh Step Books, the store Ray Skinner and his wife, Mae Jacobs Skinner, opened in Westmont in 1991, has long since become an anchor in the recovery community of South Jersey. Ray died unexpectedly on Dec. 4.

Opinion

Vernon Odom retiring from 6ABC after 42 years

Odom, whose last day on the air will be Friday, has reported on everything from the Three Mile Island disaster and MOVE to the release of Nelson Mandela from a South African prison.

Review

Arden Theatre’s ‘Charlotte’s Web’: Charming, kid-friendly tribute to the power of friendship

The E.B. White classic, brought to vibrant life on stage, has abiding values of friendship, acceptance, and sacrifice that, though it may not be technically a holiday show, make it ideal family theater for the holidays.

Opinion

French ‘yellow vest’ protesters demand something no Western leader grasps | Trudy Rubin

Neither Macron, nor Euro-populists nor Trump have addressed the stark economic inequalities that are undermining Western democracies and provoking the French revolt.

Opinion

Dad’s viral photo sparks call for more diaper-changing tables in public men’s restrooms

This may not be a huge issue but it really is a matter of equity. It’s right up there with the need for women to have private spaces to nurse their babies that aren’t also public restrooms.

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