Chris previews tomorrow’s Democratic Gubernatorial Primary and discusses the scandal at the VA and Haverford College’s commencement address. He talks with Governor Tom Corbett, Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg, and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Chris reviews last night’s event at the National Constitution Center with Lynne Cheney, the latest battle of Hurricane Sandy aid, and an important court ruling in Europe on internet privacy. He also talks to Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine and Cody Asche from the Phillies.
Chris covers the latest in the saga of Donald Sterling, the latest union ad against liquor privatization and Secretary of State John Kerry comparing Israel to an apartheid state. He talks to Wendell Young from the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1776 and Foreign Policy Analyst Ed Turzanski.
Whether you deemed her Grammy performance an expression of modern feminism or merely offensive, superstar Beyoncé has established herself as a major figure on America’s cultural landscape.
Chris reviews President Obama’s trip to Pittsburgh, Rutgers offering a class on Beyonce, and a potential Super Bowl coming to Philadelphia. He talks to the Mayor of Atlantic City, Don Guardian, and the CEO of La Colombe, Todd Carmichael.
This year it seemed like the words “And the GRAMMY goes too” were hardly uttered during the night’s live broadcast, leaving plenty of room for the performances, which there were 20 of. All of which we ranked.
Music’s biggest night just got music’s favorite couple to don the stage at this year’s show.
Retailers are expected to begin selling Beyoncé’s new CD this weekend, but Target has decided not to stock it.
Beyoncé didn’t headline the first night of the Made In America festival as much as the Mrs. Carter World Tour made a stop in Philadelphia. In an hour and a half she went through no less than 7 costumes, performed 17 songs and showed 7 short films.
Screams were drowned out only by the music, as crowds soaked up sun along the Ben Franklin Parkway.
Beyoncé is set to stage on this weekend as part of husband Jay-Z’s second annual Made in America festival. There’s at least one man who’s traveling the country to stop her.
As “Made in America” is set to bring thousands to the Parkway over the holiday weekend, Gail Harrity, CEO of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, has a simple message: the museum is open for business.
Less than three weeks before the second “Made In America” concert on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, promoters and the city have yet to sign a contract — and residents near the venue are worried about repeats of last year’s headaches.
Chris continues his tour from the Jersey shore, this week from Brigantine. He discusses Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s decision not to defend the commonwealth’s version of the Defense of Marriage Act, the Department of Justice’s role in organizing rallies around the George Zimmerman trial, and a poll that shows Hillary Clinton leading Chris Christie in a potential matchup for President in 2016. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday and CBS 3’s Lesley Van Arsdall.
It’s passable entertainment for the kids, even if it even falls a tad short of “Ice Age” and “Robots,” by the same director.