Like the postal carrier motto, neither rain, nor snow, nor dark of night could postpone my reviews of three exemplary, yet very different events recently presented in Philadelphia
There are many perks to blogging for PGC, and one of my favorites are the pre-screeners I get to watch before Qflix Film Festival hits Philly,
Fox’s Empire broke new ground for the network and infused the world of hip-hop with soap-opera that was not only a celebration for the world of music, but also exemplified another piece of culture for the network as the channel to turn to if you love a good EARGASM.
Everyone wants to be in it, and no one wants to be without it, but what happens when love isnâ€™t a two-way street? What happens when love is altruistic, all-consuming, and almost always unappreciated?
I watched the first episode of Feud – and despite not knowing who these people were, I loved it!
EXCLUSIVE interview with Deborah Cox staring in The Body Guard in Philadelphia
Gioacchino Rossini’s opera Tancredi will be presented by Opera Philadelphia at the Academy of Music until February 19
I spent countless hours listening to all of my favorite albums of 2016, over the course of the last couple weeks. You saw in last week’s post, “The Good, The Bad, The Ugly”, who didn’t make the cut…
The acclaimed New York City theatre company, Bedlam, is presenting both Hamlet and Saint Joan in rotating repertory at Princetonâ€™s McCarter Theatre Center until February 12.
Living legend Neil Simonâ€™s 1993 play, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, is enjoying a terrific revival now at the Walnut Street Theatre