Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s late-in-the-season return Tuesday night to the Metropolitan Opera conducting Wagner’s The Flying Dutchman...
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Family sources say the cause of death was esophageal cancer and complications from heart disease.
Good Old War and Tunji Ige are other local acts performing during the football fantasyland weekend.
Sara Michelle Murawski, the ballerina fired from the Pennsylvania Ballet in December the day after performing as the Sugar Plum Fairy, will dance for a new company in Charleston, S.C.
"I've never been asked," she complains during a visit to promote her new book, "The Secrets of My Life."
Want to avoid the NFL draft? We have a ton of things to do that have nothing to do with football.
On Tuesday, a combined total of 13 current and former employees of Fox News — all people of color — took three separate legal actions against the organization alleging years of "hostile racial discrimination."
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Hollywood is facing a cliffhanger after members of the Writers Guild of America voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike that could begin as soon as next week.
The Student Book Scholars contest challenges teams of K-8 Philly-area students to create books on the theme of tolerance. It kicks off at the Free Library Wednesday.
Football fans may be psyched about the NFL Draft coming to Philadelphia this week, but animal lovers may want to turn an eye toward the Morris Animal Refuge.
As a student at Temple University in the 1960s, John Oates had a goal for life after college.
“I always wanted to be a writer,” says Oates...
Founded in reaction to the AIDS crisis, the ballet community's MANNA fund-raiser is now 25 years old, with more than $1.5 million raised over the years and an after-party that raises the roof.
NEW YORK (AP) - Drake will host the NBA's first-ever awards show this June.
The "Deadwood" actor insists he wasn't first choice for the part of the mysterious grifter who sets off on a road trip with an ex-convict in Starz's adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel.