The Broadway star's difficult years are explored in "Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol. 2, 1987-1996."
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.
There are interesting moments of cultural interrogation, but "A People," with its tribalistic stress on preserving tradition and identity, does not well-suit this contentious political moment.
"I was thinking to tell this story … all my life," says Fox, who wrote and directed the fictionalized story of sexual abuse, based on her own experience at age 13 with a much older man.
Activists had been protesting outside nearly all of the orchestra's Kimmel concerts for the last several weeks as the orchestra departs for its May 24-June 5 tour of Europe and Israel.
The partnership between Philadelphia Orchestra maestro Yannick Nézet-Séguin and pianist Hélène Grimaud is not some publicity thing: Their rapport is real and especially apparent in Beethoven's most spiritually evolved work.
The Middletown, N.J., native was 19.
"I'm not a trained musician; I'm a racehorse veterinarian. But I can't stand going into a bar and somebody's playing something and you can't hear anything."
Jon Lovett brings his podcast "Lovett or Leave It" to the Merriam Theater on Sunday night.
From Sebastian Stan to Jason Momoa, these are the celebs you have to see.
In his new book, Greenblatt's real target is our current political situation.
"The Man Who Caught the Storm" by Brantley Hargrove is the true story of the life of a legendary storm-chaser, Tim Samaras.
Here's how you can conquer the greased pole at Ninth and Montrose.