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Sure, you can rewatch all six Rocky films. But there are plenty of other movies made or set in Philly to help you pass the time. Here’s our list.
The Jaunt: Weekending in the Wharf
What to do, eat, and more in D.C.’s hottest neighborhood.
REVIEW: 4SOLO at Simpatico—Original Works, Brimming with Originality
A winning evening with local artists telling powerful and eclectic stories.
REVIEW: McCarter’s The Age of Innocence Suffers from an Abundance of Good Taste.
Seen here, Edith Wharton’s bitingly brilliant novel looks elegant, lovely, and largely inert.
REVIEW: Espionage Meets Physics in Lantern Theater’s Hapgood, But No Sparks Fly
Tom Stoppard hurls his cleverness like a javelin. But wouldn’t a truly smart play be about things that matter?
REVIEW: In Kill Move Paradise, We Shall Be Moved
James Ijames’ powerful play and Blanka Zizka’s fabulously theatrical staging must be seen.
Kingston and Saugerties: Deepen the Love Affair
Two neighboring towns offer the best of old and new in the Hudson Valley.
A bevy of high-end restos and shops makes this former whaling port a perfect maiden voyage upstate — no car required.
Rhinebeck: Go to Indulge Your Inner Gwyneth
Healthy eating, holistic exercise, and one extremely fancy mansion.
Beacon: Art, Hiking and, Oh, the Views
Contemporary art, plus 60-mile views just a short hike away? We’re sold.
2018 Fall Travel Guide: Your Hudson Valley Escape Awaits
Five towns along the Empire State’s main aquatic artery for a picture-perfect weekend.
Woodstock: How a Hippie Village Got Hip
Leave the patchouli at home — there’s more here than counterculture lore.
REVIEW: In Mary Rose, J. M. Barrie in a Different and Haunting Neverland
A nearly-lost gem of a play gets a glowing revival by the gifted Philadelphia Artists Collective.
REVIEW: The Eccentricities of a Nightingale is a Brilliant Cabinet of Curiosities
An odd play in an idiosyncratic production. But when Tina Brock is onstage, the world is lit by lightning.
REVIEW: Do You Want a Cookie? Lingers Too Long at the Dessert Table
The Bearded Ladies’ show can be seen as a microcosm of the best and worst of Fringe.
REVIEW: In Lay Me Down Softly, There’s No Knockout
Some fine acting enlivens Irish Heritage Theatre’s production, but the show is punching above its weight.