By Micaela Hester
In the early ’80s, cryptic messages had been popping up all over the streets of Philadelphia. License-plate-sized linoleum tiles appeared embedded in the pavement, proclaiming variants of a peculiar phrase likely to be familiar to Center City pedestrians: “TOYNBEE IDEA IN 2001 RESURRECT DEAD ON PLANET JUPITER.”
By Sean Burns
Sandler’s latest, laziest attempt at fusing romantic comedy tropes with nitwit frat-boy punch-lines isn’t just vile, it is the movie that reveals Sandler as his crass alter ego—an indole
By Matt Prigge
Though they traditionally do, a remake needn’t stem from a paucity of fresh ideas. Idealistically, it’s the chance to put an intensely personal stamp on familiar material, as a musician would do with a cover.
By PW Staff
What's poppin' in Philly this week.