Her mother, who had been a gymnast herself, introduced young Ann-Sylvia Clark to the sport when the little girl was just five and continued on for the next thirteen years.

With her father in the military, little Renea Brown and her family would often take the car to go visit him whenever they could, rather than give up the family home in Kentucky. And one way the little girl would pass the long hours and entertain herself was to recreate some of the many movie…

WURD radio, the only African American-owned and operated talk radio station in Pennsylvania, and one of only three in the country, introduced a new evening programming lineup Tuesday.

When New York City shut down March 12, its theaters were preparing for a busy spring season: big names on Broadway, Tony Awards mania, millions of dollars in sales and of course a smattering of thoughtful plays on smaller stages.

Now in its fourth month, Bucks County Playhouse’s “Playhouse Live!” the 30-minute free Virtual Variety Show, continues streaming this Sunday, Aug. 16 at 7 p.m. The show features performances and interviews with notable writers, directors, designers and actors, as well as acoustic performance…

João Gilberto’s landmark “Chega de Saudade” is widely considered bossa nova’s first album. But about seven years before its 1959 release, a Brazilian musician known as Johnny Alf composed “Rapaz de Bem.” The song incorporated several elements that became hallmarks of the genre: a linear melo…

Nique’Works Entertainment — the brainchild of actor, playwright and creative, Monique A. Robinson — will produce Itoro Bassey’s 35-minute play, "Unapologetically Black: Here for Facilitating Harm Reduction for Those In Need Incorporated."

Art and culture is beginning to reopen in Philadelphia. Following a closure of over three months to protect against the spread of COVID-19, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, the Barnes Foundation, Eastern State Penitentiary, The Franklin Institute, the Pennsylvania Academ…

Independence National Historical Park will host “Let Freedom Ring,” the annual symbolic ringing of the Liberty Bell this July Fourth at 6th and Chestnut streets. The famed Bell will be tapped 13 times at precisely 2 p.m., which is the time designated by a 1963 Joint Resolution 25 of the U.S.…

Growing up Alexandra Espinoza says she never thought she’d go into the theater. “As a kid I thought I’d go into politics or be a lawyer or work on human rights. It really ran the gamut. But I think theater has always been the place I’ve been able to work on all my passions.”