North Philadelphia book store is serving as the incubator for budding artists in the genre.
Actress Alysia Reiner, best known for her role as “Fig” on Netflix’s “Orange Is The New Black,” calls her new film “Equity” the first female driven Wall Street movie ever made.
John Jarboe, director and librettist of ANDY, gives a brief overview.
Just in time for summer. Wait… A couple months into summer, the White House has decided to join Spotify to release the President’s Summer Playlist.
As we continue to digest last week’s surprise release from Dr. Dre, and buy tickets to see his life story unfold on screen, New Music Friday seems quieter than usual.
One day removed from the birth of his second child, Billy Joel proudly flashed pictures of his new born daughter across video screens at Citizens Bank Park.
he Muppets, longtime residents of PBS, are getting a second home at HBO.
Bringing the festivities to a close on Saturday will be Philadelphia’s own TJ Kong And The Atomic Bomb.
Beyonce is gracing her presence on the cover of Vogue magazine for the September issue.
Based on the 1960s campy and comedic spy series, the retro thriller is set when the Cold War is at its hottest, the sixties are still seen as swinging, and two rival spies are forced to work together to save the world.
Sprawling and perhaps overstuffed but energetic and insightful, the biographical melodrama “Straight Outta Compton” addresses rap’s bad rap in a powerfully resonant way.
Britney Spears is getting ready to meet “Jane the Virgin.”
Comedian James “Jimmy Mack” McNair of Peekskill, New York, a mentor of Morgan’s, was killed. Morgan suffered head trauma, and was in a coma for two weeks. Three other passengers in the limo suffered serious injuries.
Erik Larson’s “The Devil in the White City” is finally headed to the big screen, with Martin Scorsese directing and Leonardo DiCaprio starring in it.
Kendrick Lamar will be Stephen Colbert’s first musical guest when the show debuts on September 8th.