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'A Soldier's Play' Review

PhillyTrib.com (Entertainment) 1/27 11:30A Kathia Woods Tribune Corresponde
“A Soldier’s Play” puts you in for a night of thought-provoking entertainment when lead actor Tony-nominee Norm Lewis makes his entrance wearing Aviator sunglasses. The 1982 Pulitzer-prize winning play by Philadelphia’s own Charles Fuller is a...

Philly artist Alex Da Corte explodes into ‘The Street’

PhillyTrib.com (Lifestyle) 1/27 2:30A Peter Crimmins WHYY
Alex Da Corte’s first large-scale solo exhibition in his hometown of Philadelphia came together fairly quickly. “The Street” at the Rosenwald-Wolf gallery of the University of the Arts, Da Corte’s alma mater, is a tumult of what’s been on the…

'Ruin' brings Matisse art exhibit to life with dance

PhillyTrib.com (Entertainment) 1/23 7:30A Tribune Staff Report
Kyle Marshall Choreography (KMC) performed “Ruin,” a production created in inspiration of the “Matisse in the 1930s” exhibit over the weekend. The performance took place on the Great Stair Hall in the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA).

Flyers' Provorov cites religion for boycott on Pride night

PhillyTrib.com (Religion) 1/21 5:00P Dan Gelston
PHILADELPHIA — Flyers defenseman Ivan Provorov cited his Russian Orthodox religion as the reason he did not participate in pregame warmups when the team wore Pride-themed jerseys and used sticks wrapped in rainbow Pride tape.

Black Music Philly wants to encourage Black creatives through grants

PhillyTrib.com (Entertainment) 12/26 7:29P Kathia Woods TRIBUNE CORRESPONDE
The Black Music City project will provide financial and promotional support to Philadelphia’s Black creatives for the third straight year. In recognition of the project’s continued expansion in involvement, sponsorship, and finance, awards...
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