Philadanco's H-I-S-T-O-R-Y program celebrates African-American dance. Its opening Friday was as full of surprise and delight as any holiday package.
Oscar-winning songwriter Benj Pasek has at least one thing in common with the hero of "A Christmas Story" - they both celebrated the holiday with Chinese food.
Fall Arts Guide: The best in music, movies, comedy, theater and more
Though the Crossing's up-to-the-minute repertoire often radically redefines what you thought music could do, this concert was counter-revolutionary.
Actor and West Philadelphia native, Will Smith, joined Instagram. Now all of you 'grammers out there can catch a glimpse of Smith's life in little squares and double-tap on an adorable throwback baby picture.
Ben Franklin gets the "Hamilton"treatment.
The NBC competition will make a second visit to Philadelphia.
The staffs of the Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and Philly.com pick the best books they read in 2017, a year they hugely enjoyed for its rich, fun, surprising, elevating reading.
Selling the Painted Bride Art Center is a dynamic move in sync with today's Philadelphia art scene, says executive director Laurel Raczka. Philly's artists, young and old, are not so sure.
Sally Hawkins falls for a captured merman in Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water."
Bill Nye: Science Guy opens Dec. 15.
The 20-year Philly Christmas tradition has a new home.
In the Walnut Street Theatre production of Annie, Lyn Philistine and Christopher Sutton play crack-up co-villains Rooster and Lily St. Regis. In real life, they're married. Their son appeared on the Walnut stage at the ripe old age of 3 months.