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Carey Mulligan talks with Patrick Stoner about her research into the world of Old Wealth for “The Great Gatsby”
WHYY film critic Patrick Stoner provides up-to-the-minute coverage of top films, stars and moviemakers.
Before the bombing: How MOVE became one of Philly’s greatest tragedies
Tommy Oliver’s documentary shows the radical commune’s early years, tracing escalating tension with the city that led up to the tragic 1985 police bombing.
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How Common made music for voting with a circus of clowns
While Cirque d’Vote was performing for the amusement of voters in North Philadelphia, the rapper dropped by. An impromptu jam ensued.
Philadelphia Orchestra makes diversity and equity executive priorities
The orchestra has elevated its manager of inclusion, diversity and equity to a vice president position.
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