Coincidence? Red Lobster Enjoys Sales Surge After Mention In Beyonce SongRed Lobster says it's feeling the "Beyonce Bounce."
Tickets For City's Suite At Bruce Springsteen Concert To Benefit School DistrictMayor Jim Kenney promised to use the city's suites at sports and concert venues to benefit the School District and he's making the first tickets available to the general public for a concert this week.
Movie Review: 'The Choice'For Nicholas Sparks completists, 'The Choice,' the latest of his book-to-screens, is the eleventh novel of his to make its way to the movie screen.
Movie Review: 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies''Pride and Prejudice and Zombies' is here and a movie that might have passed muster as a Saturday Night Live sketch struggles and strains on the movie screen.
Five Things We Learned At Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show: Beyoncé And BeyondIt’s the morning after Super Bowl 50, and there’s a lot to unpack from the thirteen minute spectacle that was Halftime.
CBS Confirms 'The Good Wife' To End In Super Bowl AdCBS says the show's last nine episodes will air on Sundays with the finale airing on May 8.
Weekend Box Office Report: 'Kung Fu Panda 3' Stays On TopThe animated sequel, Kung Fu Panda 3, led the way at the box office, earning an estimated $21-million over the weekend for a second straight first-place finish.
Coldplay, Bruno Mars & Beyonce Rock The Super Bowl 50 Halftime ShowColdplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars took the stage for Super Bowl 50 halftime.
Lady Gaga Offers Her Rendition Of The Star Spangled Banner At Super Bowl 50Lady Gaga impressed with her National Anthem performance at Super Bowl 50.
Philadelphia Firm Develops Star Trek Commemorative StampsThe Postal Service will issue the "Forever" first class stamps later this year.
Chamber Orchestra Of Philadelphia Presents 'Arnold Concerto With Edward Schultz'Principal flutist Edward Schultz gives a preview.
Movie Review: Pride, Prejudice, And ZombiesPride and Prejudice was an 1813 novel by Jane Austen about five husband-hunting sisters in a times-are-tough aristocratic family and the mother desperate to marry them off in 19th-century England. Destined to become an acknowledged classic, it was a comedy of manners addressing such themes as love, marriage, wealth, class, and family.