Philadelphia Orchestra Turns Mann Into The Best Movie Theater In Philly

The Mann Center for the Performing Arts has been the City of Brotherly Love’s summer residence for the Philadelphia Orchestra since 1976. Following its bicentennial debut, the amphitheater has hosted the esteemed symphony and a cavalcade of artists ranging from Ella Fitzgerald to Squeeze. Since 2010 the Philadelphia Orchestra has gradually turned the Fairmount Park... Continue Reading →

Flat Circle Interview With Philadelphia Podcast Festival Co-Founder Teagan Kuruna

The 5th Annual Philadelphia Podcast Festival takes place from July 14-23. Festival co-founder Teagan Kuruna (founded with Nathan Kuruna) answered a few questions about this year’s festival, podcasts, and her own podcast Teagan Goes Vegan: The Philadelphia Podcast Festival is organized by the Philadelphia Podcasting Society. What are the goals the Philadelphia Podcasting Society has... Continue Reading →

2017 Philadelphia Podcast Festival Presents Great Opportunities For Podcasters And Fans

Podcasts are the fastest-growing medium in entertainment. With over a billion listeners devoting significant amounts of time to podcasts, the format has grown rapidly since its debut. And why not? There are so many different niches explored by podcasts that there can be dozens of podcasts for almost any topic of major or minute interest. From... Continue Reading →

Batman & Bill Sets The Record Straight

Batman is the story of the Caped Crusader fighting for justice on behalf of those who need someone to do their fighting for them. But who fights for Batman when the Dark Knight needs help? The answer: Marc Tyler Nobleman. The Hulu documentary Batman & Bill examines the creative origins of Batman. When the very... Continue Reading →

The Ten-Year Legacy Of The Sopranos’ Finale

It is a scene as familiar as some good gabagool or the dirty toll booth on the Jersey Turnpike. Tony Soprano walks into Holsten’s diner and sifts through the songs on the jukebox. He selects Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’” and sits in a booth. The mafioso hunches over a menu and the camera flashes to... Continue Reading →

Netflix Documentary The Keepers Offers Sobering Truths

The Keepers is a true-crime documentary that goes far beyond the normal composition of most films within its genre. A murdered nun, sexual abuse, and decades of deceit are the central topics of the Netflix miniseries that is far from a traditional whodunnit. The Keepers offers a sobering look at the corrupt cultures within long-established institutions... Continue Reading →

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