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City Life

“This Is Us” Is Getting Philly So, So Wrong

Note: This article contains spoilers for recent episodes of This is Us. At the end of Tuesday’s fall finale episode of the popular NBC drama […]

carmen maria machado, national book award
City Life

This Philly Writer’s Book Is Being Turned Into an FX Horror Series

Since it was published last year, Carmen Maria Machado‘s debut short story collection, Her Body and Other Parties, has been raking in awards and nominations. It won the Bard […]

Be Well Philly

Kevin Hart Is Hosting a Philly Fitness Pro and the Eagles Mascot on His New TV Show

Remember that show Wipeout, where people had to run through a giant, wacky obstacle course that usually ended with them belly flopping into water and/or mud? […]

Business

8 Philly CEOs on the TV Shows They’re Binge-Watching Right Now

We’ve explored the books, podcasts and music that Philadelphia business leaders like to read and listen to, but what about what they’re watching? It turns […]

Things to Do

12 Things to Do in Readings, Dance, Comedy and Theater.

Tell Me A Story: Unpopular Opinions @ Shot Tower Coffee | Wednesday, March 21 Hillary Rea’s monthly storytelling series marches on, this time with contributions […]

Business

Comcast Hit With New TiVo Patent Lawsuits Over X1 Platform

It hasn’t taken TiVo long to slam Comcast with yet another round of patent lawsuits, just months after the company won a dispute against the […]

Things to Do

Friday: On Your Marc with Double Dare’s Marc Summers

In the late ’80s and early ’90s, every kid knew who Marc Summers was. These days he’s a friendly Food Network personality, but back in […]

Be Well Philly

This New Study Will Convince You to Stop Binge-Watching TV After Work

There’s nothing quite like getting home after work, hunkering down on the couch and catching up on ALL the Game of Thrones. But you may want […]

Business

Comcast CEO Roberts Says Company in “Great Shape” Despite Stock Drop

Comcast’s TV business has a hit a few rough patches this quarter, but at a conference this week, CEO Brian Roberts tried to cool investor […]

City Life

I Went to See Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo On Friday Night

“Can I talk about the baby that died at birth?” Of all of the shows that have taken place inside the Borgata’s Event Center over […]

Business

Comcast Loses to TiVo in Patent Dispute

A little over a year after accusing Comcast and its set-top partners Arris and Technicolor of violating a software patent, DVR maker TiVo has emerged victorious in the International […]

City Life

The Main Line Is Getting Its Own Trashy Reality TV Show

After the suits at Bravo TV determined that the Main Line didn’t deserve the Real Housewives treatment, it appeared that we had been spared. But […]

Things to Do

The Rickmobile Is a Small Price to Pay for Spider Peace

Maybe it’s because I came of age in the alt/indie ’90s — where friends called their friends sellouts like kids diming out their parents to […]

2016 Local News Screenshots
City

The 69 Best Local Philly News Screenshots of 2016

I watch a lot of local news. Not only because it keeps me informed on the events of the day and on which programs are […]

Alex Trebek on Jeopardy!
City

Jeopardy Contestants Can’t Get Schuylkill Clue — Again!

Almost three years ago, there was a clue on Jeopardy! about the Schuylkill River. The clue asked contestants which river George Washington used as a […]