Let’s face it: you’ll be hard-pressed finding anyone to root for.
If you can’t make it to Austin this year for the annual South by Southwest music, entertainment and technology conference, tonight there’s a free pre-party at Temple University featuring some of the acts from the ALL Philly music showcase before they head southwest.
Carol Jantsch, the principal tuba of The Philadelphia Orchestra, will be playing a concerto on March 26th, 27th and 28th at Verizon Hall.
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This week, Derek Zoolander broke some great news and Robin Thicke’s troubles just keep getting worse.
The annual event not only attracts people from all over the world, but also from here in Philadelphia.
“Star Wars: Episode VIII” will blast into theaters on May 26, 2017, Disney Chairman and CEO Bob Iger announced at a shareholder meeting Thursday.
Johnny Depp is no stranger to injuring himself on set—while filming The Lone Ranger, he nearly got trampled by a horse—but the actor’s latest incident happened off set.
Frank Giordano, president and CEO of the Philly Pops, noted one special, high-profile guest who will appear during this year’s concert series.
A jury’s verdict that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied Marvin Gaye’s music to create their hit song “Blurred Lines” won’t just be felt by the singer’s pocketbooks — it has the potential to change how musicians work and could open the door to new copyright claims.
James Corden may not be a household name (at least in the United States), but he will be very, very soon.
The filmmakers take a straightforward, faithful approach to the material, retaining its essential sweetness, allowing the silliness quotient to rise but not fly away, and letting the lavish sets, costumes, and special effects do the heavy lifting.
The theatre, on Chestnut Street near Broad, has a new lease on life, thanks in part to the Philadelphia Film Society.
After one weekend in first place at the box office, the Will Smith con-artist thriller, Focus, dropped to the runner-up spot, taking in an estimated $10-million in its second weekend.
Frances Egler, the director of Broadway Philadelphia and programming and co-presentations at the Kimmel Center, shared a preview of the iconic Broadway smash hit, “Annie.”