Why is Bruce Springsteen recording for this tiny West Chester record label?

The Grammy winning West Chester record label with a political mission is celebrating 21 years in the business.

7 days of things to do in Philadelphia from Oct. 21 to 27

'Fiddler on the Roof' at the Academy of Music, Metallica, Berthe Morisot at the Barnes Foundation and more.

7 days of things to do in Philadelphia from Oct. 21 to 27

'Fiddler on the Roof' at the Academy of Music, Metallica, Berthe Morisot at the Barnes Foundation and more.

‘The Anchoress’ by David Serkin Ludwig and Katie Ford beguiles in its world premiere

Wednesday was a good day for the composer: his Fanfare for Samuel Barber was played by the Curtis orchestra earlier, and night brought an entire program of his work.

‘The Anchoress’ by David Serkin Ludwig and Katie Ford beguiles in its world premiere

Wednesday was a good day for the composer: his Fanfare for Samuel Barber was played by the Curtis orchestra earlier, and night brought an entire program of his work.

‘The Oath’ star Ike Barinholtz made a movie about his lousy Thanksgiving so you can avoid one

Comedian/actor Ike Barinholtz' Thanksgiving-from-Hell comedy The Oath comes from personal experience.

‘The Oath’ star Ike Barinholtz made a movie about his lousy Thanksgiving so you can avoid one

Comedian/actor Ike Barinholtz' Thanksgiving-from-Hell comedy The Oath comes from personal experience.
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Philly’s Lee Daniels at work on #MeToo-themed project with Penn grad Whitney Cummings

According to Deadline, the pair are developing a half-hour comedy for Amazon that would be set on a college campus's ombudsman's office and would star Cummings

Cherry Hill home once owned by Muhammad Ali is for sale

If you ever wanted to own boxer Muhammad Ali's Cherry Hill home, now is your chance.

Berthe Morisot at the Barnes: Fresh, smart work from the overlooked Impressionist

Her work captures something you don't tend to see in Impressionist paintings — women with minds of their own.

Philly forensic artist creates portraits to honor fallen cops

No matter who he's drawing, Castro starts with the eyes.

Electric Factory's new name announced

The new name was selected from over 5000 submissions

‘Sweat’ at Philadelphia Theatre Company: Image of a town, and a society, being torn apart

The Philadelphia Theatre Company's comeback production is Lynn Nottage's "Sweat," a very contemporary play that portrays out-of-work steelworkers in Reading, wondering where their jobs and city went. As the jobs go, relations decay among old friends, and old social oppositions, racial, generational, and more, emerge. The production is sometimes sketchy, and the characters should evoke more sympathy than they do, but "Sweat" at PTC delivers a sadly relevant portrait of a society in collapse.

Behind the scenes at Terror Behind the Walls: What it’s like to make people scream ALL night long

Ever wonder what it's like to be on the other side of a haunted house? Learn what it's like behind the scenes from actors of Terror Behind the Walls, one of the nation's largest and top-rated haunted attractions.

Lighthouse Challenge of New Jersey invites visitors to hit up 13 sites (and offers $1000 in prizes)

Collect all 13 playing cards and you could be entered to win $1000 in prizes.

H.F. ‘Gerry’ Lenfest remembered at Academy of Music celebration

The civic leader and philanthropist, who died Aug. 5, was remembered at a celebration that drew dignitaries from the region and beyond.

Those odd billboards on I-95 at Academy Road are part of a huge national art project

Billboards designed to spark civic engagement before the elections have appeared in all 50 states.
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