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Arts & Entertainment

Philadelphia's HERspace Art Festival Gives Female Artists A Platform

On the first Saturday of each month, the exhibit gives women a forum to break into the local art scene.

by ANYA TULLMAN

Tegan and Sara's 'Hey, I'm Just Like You' Feels Like a Regression

'Hey, I'm Just Like You' is awkward, earnest, and bored—like a teenager.

by PEYTON TOUPS

'Gemini Man' is A Rare Misstep For Ang Lee

Not even Will Smith can make this movie good.

by ANNA COLLINS

'uknowwhatimsayin?' is Danny Brown's Most Sophisticated Album

The latest album from the Detroit rapper features Run The Jewels, Blood Orange, and JPEGMAFIA.

by TERESA XIE

Spotify's Discover Weekly Reminds Us of the Value of Our Music Taste

How the algorithmic playlist delivered to us each week affirms our sense of self

by MEHEK BOPARAI

The Menzingers' 'Hello Exile' is a Great Non–Punk Album by a Punk Band

If punk is the music of growing up, then this record is the sound of getting old.

by MELANNIE JAY

The "Emo Revival" Drudges Up a Genre Debate

New Philly bands and a Fall Out Boy renaissance spark more infighting about what makes a true emo band.

by MELANNIE JAY

Why You Should Listen to Fiction Podcasts

Podcasts are on the rise, but many listeners have yet to dive into the immersive fictional worlds that the medium has to offer.

by HARSHITA GUPTA

Angel Olsen Experiments with Her Image on 'All Mirrors'

The critically acclaimed singer–songwriter explores angst and fury in her new album.

by JULIA DAVIES

'In the Tall Grass': Another Messy Netflix Original

Watch another Stephen King tale brought to life, from the comfort of your own home.

by SHANNON ZHANG

Big Thief's 'Two Hands' is Strikingly Human

Big Thief has released one of the best albums of the year—again. 

by JULIA DAVIES

FINNEAS Lacks Intrigue on 'Blood Harmony'

Billie Eilish's brother/producer fails to find his own voice. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

'The Politician' Is Compulsively Watchable and Emotionally Flat

The Ben Platt–helmed Netflix show brings you in to the high–stakes world of high school politics.

by ANNABELLE WILLIAMS

'Joker' Collapses Under Its Own Weight

Lacking subtlety or a clear message, the controversial movie falls flat.

by ANNA COLLINS

The Evolution of Robert Pattinson

Why he's more than just that vampire from 'Twilight.'

by ANNA COLLINS

Maggie Rogers Puts On A Sincere Performance at the Mann Center

Rogers and opener Empress Of delivered the perfect concert to start off the fall season.

by JULIA DAVIES

Jack Antonoff is Painting Over Pop Music

How the notable producer infuses his own sound into works of musical icons, one project at a time. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

The Fillmore Philadelphia Fell in Love to Daniel Caesar

The R&B artist's live set captivated the entire crowd. 

by MEHEK BOPARAI

Whitney Made Union Transfer Feel Cozy and Familiar

Hand Habits and Whitney perfectly complemented each other on stage.

by TERESA XIE

Evelyne Brochu’s 'Objets perdus' Proves That Actors Can Release Good Albums

The French–Canadian star defies expectations with her music career. 

by KEELY DOUGLAS

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