CNN just learned what it’s like to be on the wrong side of Bill Nye.
Looks like 21st Century Fox has a bit of a family feud on their hands.
Spring Arts Guide: The best in music, movies, comedy, theater and more
Joseph Marks never expected that his Kensington pet shop, J&M Tropical Fish, would end up as an icon of Philadelphia film history.
Neighborhoods around Philadelphia will serve as landscapes for an Art Museum project exploring memories, hopes, and visions for the city. A shuttle bus with a social-justice bent is also part of "Philadelphia Assembled."
The show at the Pearlstein Gallery showcases rock photography great Bob Gruen's work, from John Lennon to Tina Turner to Led Zeppelin.
British songwriter Polly Jean Harvey made her first Philadelphia appearance in six years, touring behind her 2016 album 'The Hope Six Demolition Project.'
The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul herself, Mary J. Blige, will headline this year’s Wawa Welcome America Festival concert on the Ben Franklin Parkway on July 4.
Graduation Father-daughter drama directed by Cristian Mungiu about a man's actions when his child is attacked the day before her final exams. No MPAA rating (adult themes)
Robert Costa, a Washington Post reporter, will make his debut as the late Gwen Ifill's permanent successor at 8 p.m. Friday.
Cuba Gooding Sr., who sang the 1972 hit "Everybody Plays the Fool," has died.
Pennsylvania Ballet ballet mistress Kyra Nichols is leaving the company for a teaching position in another city and is taking with her husband David...
Midler brings a new warmth to a late-career signature role. Her humor is fresh, with bull's-eye line readings. Her fans are going gaga in the aisles.
Oprah Winfrey gives a heartbreaking performance as the daughter of a woman whose cells changed medicine, Tina Fey presents a new comedy, and Margaret Atwood's dystopian classic becomes a Hulu series.
Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen's once-every-few-years forays into composition consistently leave me dazzled. "This one is the best," is my frequent reaction...