Grande, Bieber, Katy Perry sing at Manchester benefit show

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Grande, Bieber, Katy Perry sing at Manchester benefit show MANCHESTER, England (AP) – Ariana Grande returned to the Manchester stage two weeks after a suicide

Mojo intact: 10th annual Roots Picnic draws more than 10,000 to a mix of entertainment

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Mojo intact: 10th annual Roots Picnic draws more than 10,000 to a mix of entertainment With the advent of last weekend’s Hoagie Nation, the Roots

Philadelphia Orchestra in Mongolia: Working hard on love from afar

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Philadelphia Orchestra in Mongolia: Working hard on love from afar ULAANBAATAR, Mongolia — The expansive blue sky is an object of worship in Mongolia, where people

Olivia Newton-John says she has breast cancer; cancels tour

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Olivia Newton-John says she has breast cancer; cancels tour NEW YORK (AP) – Olivia Newton-John says she has a breast cancer and is canceling her

Hoagie Nation kicks off with Schoolly D, more

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Hoagie Nation kicks off with Schoolly D, more Summer music festival season in Philadelphia kicked off on Saturday afternoon at the Festival Pier with the

William Street Common is West Philly's new hot spot

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William Street Common is West Philly's new hot spot William Street Common is known for its beer garden and 17th-century aesthetic, and it’s also home

Electronic music maker Jean Michel Jarre plots his first U.S. tour in decades

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Electronic music maker Jean Michel Jarre plots his first U.S. tour in decades Forty-years-ago this spring, electronic musician-composer Jean Michel Jarre released the trembling, prayerful

'Witness for the Prosecution at Bristol RIverside: Stylish but staid

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'Witness for the Prosecution at Bristol RIverside: Stylish but staid Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution, which originated as a 1925 short story, isn’t exactly

'Jews who rock': The Gershman Y celebrates Leonard Cohen

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'Jews who rock': The Gershman Y celebrates Leonard Cohen One of the coolest cultural events in recent memory in Philadelphia happened in December when the

Drexel exhibit toasts Howard Pyle, father of American illustration

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Drexel exhibit toasts Howard Pyle, father of American illustration Was there a pirate Howard Pyle didn’t like? A knight? A damsel? The acknowledged father of

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