Meek Mill, Jay-Z, and more start criminal justice reform foundation

"Meek and I started shifting our conversation from ‘How do we get him out of prison?’ to ‘How do we apply this to millions of other people who are unfairly caught within the system?’

Jerry Blavat celebrates a big anniversary at the Kimmel Center

The Geator hosts his buds at the Kimmel Center for the 40th time.

Jerry Blavat celebrates a big anniversary at the Kimmel Center

The Geator hosts his buds at the Kimmel Center for the 40th time.

Philly rapper PnB Rock arrested for drugs, gun in Bucks County home

Bensalem Police found four pounds of marijuana and a stolen gun in a home the rapper PnB Rock rents.

Philly rapper PnB Rock arrested for drugs, gun in Bucks County home

Bensalem Police found four pounds of marijuana and a stolen gun in a home the rapper PnB Rock rents.

Review: Kacey Musgraves, celebrating inclusivity, at the Fillmore

The country-pop star who is nominated for four Grammys played a sold-out show at the Fillmore on Friday night.

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The country-pop star who is nominated for four Grammys played a sold-out show at the Fillmore on Friday night.
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Alejandro Escovedo brings timely immigrant songs to Philadelphia with ‘The Crossing’

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The Who will hit Philly the same weekend as Billy Joel

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Noname puts on a radiant sold-out show at Union Transfer

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Will ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ kill off his career once and for all?

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