Arts & Entertainment

Don't Miss These Films at the Philadelphia Film Festival

 A roundup of the films worth a watch at the festival, which runs from October 18 to 28.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

Bloomers’ Fall Show: Great Jams, Perfectly Timed Skits, and Funny Women

The show will run from Thursday, Oct. 18 to Sat., Oct 20. 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

The Spine–Chilling Spooky Season Playlist

A collection of songs to jam out to as Hallow’s Eve approaches.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Hollywood's Real Life Monsters

How your favorite horror movies are spun off one real life serial killer.

by SHANNON ZHANG

Don’t Miss Big Thief at First Unitarian This Weekend

The folk rock Brooklyn quartet behind “Shark Smile" will make a stop in Philly this weekend.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Puppets to Take the Streets of West Philly This Saturday

Spiral Q Puppet Theater’s annual Peoplehood Parade will leverage the power of art and community to honor transgender lives.

by CHRISTINA LU

What's in the Fisher Fine Arts Rare Books Library?

With materials from late 15th century to yesterday, it is well worth a visit. 

by XINYI WAN

The Fabric Workshop Brings to You “Poorly Watched Girls”

In a multidisciplinary contemporary art experience, Bocanegra touches on how women in trouble are theatricalized. 

by SHERRY TSENG

Cellos and Radiohead: The Portland Cello Project is Performing at Annenberg this Saturday

In their Radiohead homage tour, the group will be playing hits like "Karma Police" on the cello. 

by SHERRY TSENG

Repo Records is Your Staple Music Store

Vinyl, CDs, cassettes, clothes, and quirky customers abound in this South Street staple.

by MELANNIE JAY

"No Borders" is The Silent Protest You Are Not Hearing

How Molly Crabapple's art in Fishtown addresses the injustice of immigration. 

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

‘A Star Is Born’ Shines

It’s a painfully raw and human film that unapologetically shows the very best and worst life has to offer.

by CALISTA LOPEZ

40 Years of Bloomers

Their show this weekend, attracting alums from across the country, follows Bachelor Andy on his search for love. 

by SHERRY TSENG

'Timekeepers: Computer Zero' is the Newest Novel Set on Penn’s Campus

The recently released time–travel adventure will feature familiar campus locations in an alternative dimension.

by CHRISTINA LU

'Bad Times at the El Royale' is a Good Time at the Movies

The new movie, released October 12, is more than just Chris Hemsworth's shimmying abs.  

by CHRISTY QIU

Five Video Game Soundtracks to Listen To

Here’s some of our favorite music from tough missions and terrifying boss battles.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

Roundup: Best Albums You May Have Missed This Past Month

Everyone from Noname to Kurt Vile has dropped a can’t–miss album this month.

by SOPHIE BURKHOLDER

Mid90s: Jonah Hill's First Directed Film is a Heart–Warming, Honest, and Inspiring Success

I wasn't sure where Jonah Hill was going. Now I'm so sorry I doubted him. 

by SARAH FINGERHOOD

An Augmented Reality Mural Comes to Philly

The mural "Dreams, Diaspora, and Destiny" comes to life with holographic statues and orbs. 

by SHERRY TSENG

Mural Arts Month is Coming to Town

Roundup of what's to come this Mural Arts Month. 

by CHRISTINA LU

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