A man seated at the next table swiveled around, his face disfigured into a mask of horror. "What?" he exclaimed, his tone disbelief, tinged with pity and dismay. "You don't watch Game of Thrones!?"
Ralph Weeks, director of marketing and public relations for the Walnut Street Theatre since 2003, has resigned. His last day on the job will be Sept. 8, after which he will return to his native North Carolina. No successor has been named yet.
Eight last hurrahs to fit in before the season's end.
The groom is a longtime friend of Chainsmokers member Andrew Taggert, and he asked the musician to perform at the wedding.
On Wednesday, the Barnes Foundation announced that it will be partnering with Indego, Philadelphia's bike-share program, to wrap famous paintings on Indego's bikes. The bikes will be launched on Sept. 14.
Representatives at NBC declined to comment.
NEW YORK (AP) - Yes, Taylor Swift fans, Wednesday was a lucky one for you.
'Ingrid Goes West' is a shrewd and inventive satire of the way social media both describes and distorts the lives of users.
A fleet of "Fireflies" pedicabs designed by Cai Gua-Qiang will shimmer at night on a route along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway as part of its 100th anniversary celebration. Catch a free ride from Sept. 15 to Oct. 8.
"Twilight" star Robert Pattinson goes against type as a small-time hood in the grungy microbudget heist movie "Good Time."
Theatre Philadelphia's Barrymore Awards, often called "the Tonys of Philadelphia," are the height of the Philly theater year.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The ex-wife of director Joss Whedon writes in a scathing essay that the filmmaker known for holding up feminist ideals "is not who he pretends to be."
BRISTOL, Conn. (AP) - ESPN broadcaster Robert Lee will not work Virginia's season opener because of recent violence in Charlottesville sparked by the decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
"I did not expect it to become even remotely successful," the two-time Barrymore winner says of the movie.