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Arts & Entertainment

Yes, Gen–Z Really is Killing the Music Festival

 Sorry Billy Joel, we actually did start the Fyre. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

Meet Professor Janice Lowe, The Multimedia Artist Blurring Lines Between Text and Sound

A professor's insight on her own work and the expansion of multi-media art as a whole. 

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

A Preliminary Guide to Summer 2019's Music Festivals

Get over your winter blues by planning which music festival you'll be at this summer.

by JORDAN WACHSMAN

The Oscars' 'Best Popular Film' Award: Blurring the Lines Between Commercial and Artistic Success

How the effects of this scrapped award category ruined this year's Best Picture lineup. 

by ANNA COLLINS

The Mountain Goats Announce a Dungeons & Dragons–Inspired Album 'In League with Dragons'

Learn more about the genre the indie–rock band is calling 'dragon noir'.

by MELANNIE JAY

Street x Sundance: 'Adam' Review

'Transparent' producer Rhys Ernst delivers a queer comedy with tenderness and teaching moments in equal measure.

by NICK JOYNER

Street x Sundance: 'Dirty God' Review

Sacha Polak's frustrating English language debut follows a young mother's recovery in the aftermath of an acid attack.

by NICK JOYNER

Street x Sundance: 'Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile' Review

The Zac Efron/Ted Bundy film isn't the movie the Internet thinks it is. It's far less controversial and far more boring.

by NICK JOYNER

Hoodie Allen and Penn: A Timeline

Peering into the notable alum’s relationship with the University.

by ARJUN SWAMINATHAN

The Ghostbusters are Returning in 2020—and Leslie Jones is Not Having It

Who’s she gonna call (out)? 

by CALISTA LOPEZ

What to Expect From Philly Theater Week

With accessible tickets and diverse performances, why miss out on the chance to see some new shows?

by ALLIE SHAPIRO

Lizzo is your Self–Confidence Guru for 2019

This feel–good artist releases bop after bop about body positivity and self–love.

by SAM KESLER

The Five Essential Record Stores for Building Your Vinyl Collection

 Take your music taste for a spin with these classic stops. 

by BEATRICE FORMAN

The Most Important Album Anniversaries This Year

Who actually rocked the past five, ten, and twenty years?

by MELANNIE JAY

Find Out How ‘Time Passes’ for You in this Eight–Hour Performance of 'To the Lighthouse'

The entrance fee: a potluck item and a willingness to commit.

by LIZ KIM

‘Never–Ending Man’ and the Intimacy of a Smaller Theater

 A love letter to Hayao Miyazaki and PhilaMOCA.  

by SHANNON ZHANG

My Love Letter to Gretsch Guitars

A mediation on the brand that always feels just right

by MELANNIE JAY

British, Bawdy and Brilliant—‘Sex Education’ is as Raunchy as it is Heartwarming

Why this Netflix teen comedy–drama is so much better than the Birds and the Bees

by CALISTA LOPEZ

James Blake's 'Assume Form' is Vulnerable and Haunting

Just when you thought Blake couldn't outdo himself, he proves you wrong.

by TERESA XIE

Don't Miss "The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical" Live In Philadelphia

How this onstage rendition breathes new life into Rick Riordan's original coming-of-age classic

by JOSEPHINE CHENG

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