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PopNe-YoNon-Fiction[Motown]∆∆½Ne-Yo made mad money writing massive pop hits for artists like Beyoncé, Pitbull, Mario and... Read More

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In the oft-maligned world of jukebox musicals, which rely on nostalgia and pre-existing content to create “new” theatrical work, there are a... Read More

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Many would call Ben Vereen the quintessential song and dance man. He won a Tony Award for “Pippin” and a Tony nomination for playing... Read More

By Jeff Simon » 12:01 AM

J.C. Chandor is the most unpredictable young filmmaker in America. Not even Paul Thomas Anderson or Bennett Miller can quite match him there. When... Read More

By Ben Siegel » Wednesday, January 28, 2015

There’s great volume in silence, freedom in the void. When all you can hear is the faint whisper of an action, a wisp of movement, a breath of... Read More




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Wednesday, January 28, 2015

PopNe-YoNon-Fiction[Motown]2 and ½ starsNe-Yo made mad money writing massive pop hits for artists like Beyonce, Pitbull, Mario and Jennifer... Read More

By Ted Hadley » Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Adapting the iconic 1967 film, “The Graduate,” into a work for the stage probably seemed like a good idea back a dozen or so years.... Read More

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Bandleader and composer David Kane’s musical highlights are as interesting as they are diverse. Videos on MTV (when they still showed videos);... Read More

By Joseph DiDomizio » Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Jazz is usually the draw at Allentown’s Pausa Art House on Wadsworth Street. The small, renovated house has a lounge with a bar at the front,... Read More

By Emeri Krawczyk » Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Across from the Jim Murphy dealership on Walden Avenue, the sign for the former Skaros Family Restaurant is visible before you’ll notice it’s now... Read More

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