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Philly's spring entertainment season has it all: Blow-out concerts, blockbuster movies, hot plays, Tall Ships, museum exhibits, and more. Our critics pick the best.
'The Rider' is a lightly fictionalized account of a Sioux rodeo rider (Brady Jandreau) for whom cowboy and Indian traditions are merged.
Philly native Jon Kean's documentary 'After Auschwitz' follows six camp survivors to California, forming a complex and moving collective portrait of memory, perspective, and perseverance.
"Ghost Stories" is an effective horror anthology adapted by Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson from the popular long-running London stage show.
The new center is a tribute to Camden's "patron saint of haiku." On April 28-29, there will be readings, dedication ceremonies, and appearances by poets from as far away as Japan.
To earn his freedom, Meek Mill must lead by example. Like another Philly legend, Charles Barkley, he may not want to be a role model, but he is.
From a two-time beard festival winner to a celebrity stylist to PA State Senator Simms, men from around the city share their tips for cultivating a great facial hair look.
Former Philly radio host Colby "Colb" Tyner has released a podcast featuring rare interviews with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, like Jay-Z, The Notorious B.I.G., Run DMC, and LL Cool J.
Pitman's Madeline Brewer returns as Janine, a character who's lost everything but her optimism, as Hulu's Emmy-winning drama begins its second season on Wednesday.
Playwright Michael Hollinger has spent his April simultaneously rehearsing "Hope and Gravity" at 1812 Productions and "Sing the Body Electric" at Theatre Exile. We tagged along.
CNN's Jake Tapper comes to Philly next week to read from his novel "The Hellfire Club," set in Washington in the 1950s. He spoke with us about the book, the nature of political power, and why no one jumps into the swamp all at once.