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Arts & Entertainment

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

'Love Island': Reality TV for the Now

What makes this breakout UK reality show an international phenomenon?

by SAMANTHA SANDERS

Mannequin Pussy Aren't What You Expect

A conversation with Philadelphia's favorite iconoclasts.

by SAM KESLER

Is 'Tall Girl' Really that Bad?

Spoiler alert: the answer is yes.

by HANNAH YUSUF

The Philly Orchestra Makes Classical Music More Accessible with Free Concerts

The college concert program runs through 2020 and is open to all. 

by JULIA DAVIES

It's Time to Let the Encore Die

What was once a reward for a stellar audience has become tired tradition.

by MELANNIE JAY

'Presenting the Damn Thing:' A Powerful Contemplation of American Heritage

Philly local Inga Kimberly Brown's art exhibit weaves together an American Dialogue with the artist's own identity.

by ANA HALLMAN

The Perfect Playlist to Celebrate America and John Legend

Prepare yourself for his performance at the Stand Up & Vote event this Wednesday with some classics. 

by JULIA DAVIES

The PMA's Friday Nights Series Is an Unmissable Art Experience

The almost–weekly series unifies attendees and artists through whimsical performance and extended museum hours.

by AVERY JOHNSTON

'Downton Abbey' Says Farewell, Just When You So Badly Want It To Stay

The nostalgic final episode we all wanted, but on the big screen. 

by JONAH CHARLTON

Sabrina Claudio Shines Through Darkness on Her New EP 'Truth Is—The Short Collection'

The artist's newest release shows great promise for her upcoming full album and tour. 

by JULIA DAVIES

‘In the Shadow of the Moon’ is Crime, Mystery, and Sci–Fi All At Once

The first of Netflix’s "Netflix and Chills" thriller originals is flawed, but entertaining nonetheless. 

by SHANNON ZHANG

'Judy': Too Sentimental, But It Still Sticks the Landing

Judy Garland, brought to the screen once more by a masterful Renée Zellweger. 

by ANNA COLLINS

'Charli' Trades Mainstream Appeal for Self–Reflection

Charli XCX's newest album stands out as her most mature work yet.

by PEYTON TOUPS

Visit These Locations of Famous Movie Moments in Philly

Some of cinema's most iconic scenes were shot within walking distance of Penn's campus—here are some spots to check out.

by HANNAH LONSER

Cashmere Cat Scrambles for Personality on 'Princess Catgirl'

The EDM producer hasn't yet found his voice.

by PEYTON TOUPS

grandson's 'End of the Beginning' Tour Unites Punks and Hip–Hop Fans Alike

With lyrical rapping, garage rock beats, and hardcore calls to arms, grandson had something for everyone at Union Transfer.

by MELANNIE JAY

Is Live Nation Entertainment's Monopoly Hurting Concert Lovers?

The ticket sales giant streamlines fans' experiences, but is it worth the high cost of fees?

by TERESA XIE

A Post–Emmys Recap: Nothing New

Even if some aspects of the Emmys were surprising, the show was still, ultimately, predictable.

by ANNA COLLINS

Calexico and Iron & Wine Were Worth the Wait at Union Transfer

The long–anticipated return of the folk collaboration was accompanied by indie pop star Natalie Prass. 

by ALEC DRUGGAN

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