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Michael Jackson is dead already. Is he now canceled too?

Brace yourselves, Michael Jackson fans. Cancel culture is coming for the King of Pop.

Temple’s WRTI radio station is now a classical music promoter, too

Presenting and curating music with an ear toward the local community fills a surprisingly vital need, our critic finds.

Temple’s WRTI radio station is now a classical music promoter, too

Presenting and curating music with an ear toward the local community fills a surprisingly vital need, our critic finds.

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‘Meet the Peetes’: How an actress from Philly and an ex-Eagles QB found a home on the Hallmark Channel

“We’re not trying to be that family that argues all the time or ... flip the tables,” Rodney Peete said of the show in which he and actress Holly Robinson Peete star with their four children.
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‘Meet the Peetes’: How an actress from Philly and an ex-Eagles QB found a home on the Hallmark Channel

“We’re not trying to be that family that argues all the time or ... flip the tables,” Rodney Peete said of the show in which he and actress Holly Robinson Peete star with their four children.
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She’s only a sophomore at Penn and she’s nominated for an Oscar

Claire Sliney is an executive producer of Period. End of Sentence, one of five Academy Award-nominated entries in the Documentary Short Films category.

How you doin'?: Wendy Williams will return to her talk show after a two month break

The 54-year-old media maven announced on Thursday morning that she would be returning to her daytime television show on March 4 after a two-month break, according to a tweet posted to her Twitter account.

Must-sees in Philly galleries right now, including Scott Noel’s exceptional paintings

Michelle Marcuse at Grizzly Grizzly and "Writers Making Books" at Arcadia's Spruance Gallery are other highlights.

Bam Margera wants to throw a second party at West Chester’s Castle Bam but Pocopson Township doesn’t want him to

Former Jackass star Bam Margera says he is planning another blowout party for his Castle Bam property this spring, even though the upcoming get-together could be in violation of a recently passed Pocopson Township ordinance targeted at events that may attract more than 100 attendees.

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‘Fighting With My Family’ is an offbeat wrestling-movie charmer, with an assist from The Rock | Movie review

'Fighting With My Family" is the funny, touching true story of a family of wrestlers in the U.K. whose bonds are frayed when one of them (Florence Pugh) gets a shot at the WWE. With Dwayne Johnson, as himself.

Metropolitan Opera’s 2019-20 season puts Yannick at the podium for a wild multimedia ride

Yannick Nézet-Séguin will conduct a new William Kentridge production of the 1925 opera "Wozzeck." Other Met season highlights include Philly's own Eric Owens in a new production of Gershwin’s "Porgy and Bess."

Maple syrup season in Philadelphia: How and where to get it fresh from the tree

Learn how maple sap becomes syrup — and try it straight from the tree — at 10-plus events at local farms and nature centers.

The singer-songwriter who made Stephen King proclaim he was ‘happy to have ears’ hits Manayunk

How a letter King wrote helped Michael McDermott get clean and sober.

Gentrification hit Harlem first, and now a housing-boom play born there makes its Philly premiere

Theatre Horizon stages "Renaissance in the Belly of a Killer Whale" Feb. 22-24. We talk to co-creator Jaylene Clark Owens.

Relax with a sound bath: Immersive meditation that can improve your mood

Like other sound healers, Maye creates immersive music with quartz crystal bowls, a suede mallet, and her voice. Before you raise your eyebrows, consider that this ancient wellness practice is linked to decreased stress and anxiety.

Meek Mill now has beef with actor Michael Rapaport

Meek Mill officially moved past his beef with fellow rapper Drake last year, but now, the Philly-based rapper may have another high-profile feud on his hands with an even more unlikely opponent.

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