The academy is renovating its historic animal dioramas for the first time. Some have not had their hermetically sealed interiors opened for 80 years or more.
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.
Olympic figure skater and bronze medalist won't be joining his Pennsylvania colleagues is analyzing this year's winter games in PyeongChang, much to fans' disappointment, but is giving a glimpse of what could have been to make up for hard feelings.
'I really started listening to his music after he first came out of jail and released Dreams Worth More Than Money - 'Lord Knows' is one of my all time favorite songs.'
As "Black Panther" 's credits rolled, I felt like the black girl who could do just about anything - except maybe wield a spear with the same beautiful confidence as the Dora Milaje.
It's been 50 years since the original Electric Factory opened at 22nd and Arch Streets in Philadelphia in February 1968.
New versions of perennial favorites "Giselle" and "Romeo & Juliet" will be premiered in the 2018-19 season, artistic director Angel Corella announced.
Ryan Coogler makes a distinctly Afro-centric superhero movie that everyone can enjoy.
Tessa Thompson talks about her new movie, "Annihilation," the forthcoming "Creed" sequel, and "Creed" buddies Ryan Coogler and Michael B. Jordan's new movie, "Black Panther."
Frank Ferrante inhabits Groucho Marx physically, vocally, and rhythmically in "An Evening with Groucho," through Feb. 25 at the Bucks County Playhouse.
As Amazon's "Mozart in the Jungle" doubles down on the romance in a new season, it acknowledges the complications, not just the comedy, in bringing its two main characters together in classic TV fashion.
These days, anyone who watches television and movies, listens to the radio, logs on to the internet, reads newspapers, fiction, or the works of pundits, professors, and public intellectuals on the right and the left may well conclude the world is going to hell in a handbasket.