The former "Scandal" executive producer, now with ABC's "For the People," talks about his favorite episodes, and the time he got to hire Ava DuVernay to direct "Scandal."
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.
Mountain Goats' tribute, Adrian Younge, and Joe Grushecky and the Houserockers
Jenny Cox's first solo exhibition and a politically charged show at Marginal Utility are also standouts.
People is doing things differently with their annual issue.
Dogfish Head's new beer has a whiff of the Flaming Lips.
Seven works of art failed to sell at all and several sold for less than their pre-auction estimates.
"The Sound of Music," Frank Zappa's classical suite, the Koresh Dance Company, and more.
Composer John Williams conducted his film scores with the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Stéphane Denève led the ensemble's first performance of Williams' Tuba Concerto.
' As a comedian, as a Daily Show writer, as a person, I don't like watching Donald Trump. It was funny during the election. It's not funny now.'
"Do you have any idea what it does to a person's dignity to be arrested… by bike cops?"
The Penn Museum reopens its revamped Middle East Galleries this weekend with a two-day festival. Look for the queen's beer straw and six more ancient objects to understand what the big update is trying to accomplish.
The band's new album 'Critical Equation' comes out April 27.