The Coatesville church singers who brought down the house in People's Light's "The Gospel at Colonus" in 1995 are back. They'll reprise the Gospel-music infused Greek tragedy at First Unitarian Church...
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.
A new exhibition, Xtreme Bugs, at the Academy of Natural Sciences brings gigantic animatronic bugs to the museum.
In HGTV's "Flipping Virgins", host Egypt Sherrod is the house-flipping sensei. With more than 15 years of experience in real estate, Sherrod navigates first-time flippers though nearly every aspect of the procedure.
Dent will make his first appearance as a CNN contributor Monday night on "Erin Burnett OutFront."
Philadelphia gears up for the weeklong festival, which includes 27,000 free hoagies this year.
The Broadway star's difficult years are explored in "Bruce Springsteen: The Album Collection Vol. 2, 1987-1996."
Big changes are happening at the Gershman Y.
"She's just going to lie more. And you're going to broadcast those lies."
Conestoga High School, CAPA, and Episcopal Academy also bagged multiple awards in two days of awards ceremonies, for the Greater Philadelphia Cappies and the new Philadelphia Independence Awards.
Philly-born Caridad Svich has twice won the National Latino Playwriting Award. Now she's getting her first full production here - and a three-day festival of staged readings.
The Obamas will produce far more content than many analysts had predicted, possibly including movies, scripted shows and reality TV.
NEW YORK (AP) - Barack and Michelle Obama are getting into the television business with Monday's announcement that they had signed a multi-year deal with Netflix.