NEW YORK (AP) - Ron Howard is taking command of the Han Solo "Star Wars" spinoff after the surprise departure of directors Phil Lord and Christopher Miller.
Jamaaladeen Tacuma leads fellow locals Lady Alma and Hezekiah through something "FIERCE!" at the African American Museum.
Elvis Costello transformed Nick Lowe's 1974 song into the anthem that's become the protest song of choice in 2017.
The exhibit runs June 27 through Sept. 17.
Sofia Coppola talks about her award-winning remake of 'The Beguiled,' and about sharing screen space at movie theaters with her mom.
For director Edgar Wright, the journey to 'Baby Driver' - his ode to music, cars and American movies - started in Philadelphia.
An important retrospective that opens Saturday, celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth, re-examines the wildly popular artist and offers some surprises.
The TV star beloved as Norm in "Cheers" will appear in the New Hope theater's world premiere of "Rock and Roll Man: The Alan Freed Story," about the Cleveland DJ who coined the term "rock and roll." It opens Sept. 12.
Greenberg calls out the leakers from the set of Mike & Mike and says he'll miss Golic when the two officially split up.
"The school pulled a Kanye on the kid," Kimmel said of the speech.
"I think I'm here for nine weeks," Curtis said. "Let's do it."
After the pilot, says producer, the hit teen mystery de-emphasized the show's Main Line roots in favor of a more generic small-town America.
"Buddy: The Buddy Holly Musical" has completed its trek from the Bucks County Playhouse to the Kimmel Center. It starts its run on June 24. Many logistical issues had to be faced in the hand-off, including getting a new stage turntable. We watch the process.
The new Coltrane documentary 'Chasing Trane' explores the jazz great's career including his important years in Philadelphia, where footage was shot at the John Coltrane House on N. 33rd, now a National Historic Landmark.
Allison B. Vulgamore will leave after eight years when her contract expires Dec. 31.