Adam Carolla spent many of his formative years with just one plan in mind for his future.
As an avid fan of the TV medical show Quincy M.E., Martin Short thought he might like to become a doctor.
Lansdale resident Jordan White always knew he wanted to be a professional musician. Now he’s living his dream.
With the topic of education (lack of funding, mandated exams, charter schools, etc.) frequently making nationwide headlines, Bad Teacher seems like just the kind of movie needed to take some hot-button issues and turn them into laughs.
Direct from its Broadway run, and starring Saturday Night Live and HBO writer-comedian Colin Quinn, Long Story Short: A One-Man Comedy Manifesto continues through July 10 at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre.
It’s the story of a modern family facing a crisis, revolving around a family that is impacted by a mother with bipolar disorder.
‘Close-Up’ gives a good look at local talent in this year’s Philadelphia Independent Film Festival.
“Listen!” Kevin Eubanks stressed to the young musicians gathered in Northeast High School’s Room 135 last Thursday. “You have to listen to the people next to you.”
It’s just the way they planned it — or, at least, the way they hoped it would be.