The new Arden Theatre musical "TouchTones" revisits the 1990s world of phone sex - with an unlikely creative team: classical composer Robert Maggio and decorated playwright Michael Hollinger.
He has been in the spot for four decades.
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Funds at the Philadelphia Foundation will support LGBT causes in perpetuity, thanks to Mel Heifetz' generosity.
Put your nerves to the test.
Former FBI profiler John E. Douglas, the inspiration for Jonathan Groff's character, likes that the David Fincher series doesn't paint murderers as "magicians."
NEW YORK (AP) - Kate del Castillo says she just "wants closure" and is hoping to get it from the release of her new three-part docuseries "The Day I Met El Chapo," now on Netflix.
Salters, the sideline reporter for "Monday Night Football," grew up in King of Prussia rooting for Wilbert Montgomery and Mo Cheeks, and thinks it's weird that Ron Jaworski knows who she is.
NEW YORK (AP) - Fox News Channel has removed a false story from its website, saying it was duped by an artist the network highlighted as a Vietnam veteran, a member of the first U.S. Navy SEAL team and a much-decorated war hero.
Several fine prose stylists have emerged from the contemporary American literary landscape - some sprouting up organically, others cultivated by M.F.A. programs and mentorships. Too often, however, their sparkling writing doesn't tell much of a story.
Her novel Another Brooklyn is the city's reading selection for 2018. She spoke with us about how the Brooklyn she grew up in has changed, about her writing process, and about writing as resistance.
The year 1968 was tumultuous for the United States. The Tet Offensive convinced many Americans that the Vietnam War was all but lost. The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated, and riots broke out all over the country. The presidential race, Lawrence O'Donnell reminds us, seemed to show that...
The show was riddled with problems from the jump.
Naomi Alderman has written our era's Handmaid's Tale. Like Margaret Atwood's 1986 classic, The Power is an essential feminist work that terrifies and illuminates, enrages and encourages. Alderman's premise is simple, her execution endlessly inventive: Teenage girls everywhere suddenly discover their...