Philadanco looks strong in latest Kimmel program

The "Choreographers on the Move" program presents favorites and world premieres by Milton Myers and Christopher Huggins.

Conductor Emmanuelle Haïm and soprano Lenneke Ruiten make Philadelphia Orchestra debut

The concert features one unusual score by Handel and another by Purcell.

Conductor Emmanuelle Haïm and soprano Lenneke Ruiten make Philadelphia Orchestra debut

The concert features one unusual score by Handel and another by Purcell.

‘Creed II’ review: Rocky’s greatest foe returns in sequel that lacks punch

In Creed II, Adonis ditches Philly for Los Angeles, and the karma is very bad.

‘Creed II’ review: Rocky’s greatest foe returns in sequel that lacks punch

In Creed II, Adonis ditches Philly for Los Angeles, and the karma is very bad.

Surprise! P. Diddy’s Da Band to reunite with Philly concert, 15 years after debut album

15 years after their debut album, Too Hot For TV, Da Band is dusting off their FUBU tracksuits and Air Force One's for a reunion show in Philly.

Surprise! P. Diddy’s Da Band to reunite with Philly concert, 15 years after debut album

15 years after their debut album, Too Hot For TV, Da Band is dusting off their FUBU tracksuits and Air Force One's for a reunion show in Philly.
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Temple pastry chef ‘Baker Dave’ to compete for $10,000 prize on Food Network’s ‘Christmas Cookie Challenge’

Temple University pastry chef Dave "Baker Dave" Okapal will appear on Food Network's 'Christmas Cookie Challenge' on Monday, Nov. 19, when he competes for a $10,000 grand prize.

William Goldman, Oscar winner for ‘Butch Cassidy,’ has died

The Oscar-winner also wrote "All the President's Men."

Michael B. Jordan and Tessa Thompson on why ‘Creed II’ leaves Philly for LA

In 'Creed II,' Adonis goes home to Los Angeles and takes Bianca with him, but the spirit of Philadelphia is strong in both.

With ‘The White Album,’ the Beatles come back to life, 50 years later

The Fab Four's unreleased 'Esher Demos' mark the Golden Anniversary collection as a must-hear for fans.

The Navy Yard’s inflatable sea monster leaves Friday night, but you can meet its U.K. maker first

Filthy Luker is in town this weekend for the last few days of the inflatable art installation.

Philly rapper Lushlife’s newest project is the worst alphabet book ever

Writing bars for rap songs and lines for kids' books is pretty similar, considering each form uses language efficiently to effectively tell a story or make a point.

‘Napoleon Dynamite’s’ Jon Heder is related to NBC10’s Vai Sikahema

Jon Heder will be in town with Efren Ramirez (Pedro) and Tina Majorino (Deb).

‘The Front Runner’ sees the rise of modern media dysfunction in the fall of Gary Hart

Hugh Jackman stars in 'The Front Runner' as presidential candidate Gary Hart, who presidential run was capsized by scandal.

National Dog Show: Pictures of 10 of the ‘weirdest’ breeds you can see — and pet — this weekend

The National Dog Show heads to Oaks, Pa., this weekend, bringing close to 2,000 ready-to-pet pooches within a 20-mile distance from Center City. Here are 10 of the weirdest-looking breeds to meet while you're there.

The Western saga ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’ find the Coen brothers back in the saddle

Joel and Ethan Coen's 'The Ballad of Buster Scruggs' is an anthology of six Old West stories.

A virtuoso turn by Mahershala Ali as a virtuoso in ‘Green Book. ‘

Mahershala Ali stars in 'Green Book,' as musician Don Shirley, in the true story of his tour through the South with a racist driver (Viggo Mortensen).

Jason Witten owns up to ESPN mistakes. Just don’t compare him to Tony Romo.

"I think with the flubs I certainly do not deny it, I don't try to hide it."

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