By Tara Murtha
Ask anyone who knows him personally, and they’ll tell you that when you peel away the layers of his swashbuckling persona, push past the prickly machismo that makes him strut around his quaint little neighborhood of Chestnut Hill sporting black leather pants, the real Buzz Bissinger is a tender, sensitive soul.
By PW Staff
Jennifer Weiner, Art Star Craft Bazaar, Esperanza Spalding and more to see & do this week in Philly.
By Matt Prigge
Bobcat Goldthwait—the star of ‘80s comedies he admits were terrible; the early ‘90s talk show saboteur who set fire to Jay Leno’s couch; the spastic comic who was (unfairly) lumped in with Andrew “Dice” Clay et al—has been reborn as a filmmaker, and a good one.
By Sean Burns
Diane Keaton gives her most grating performance as an overly mannered mother suffering from empty-nest syndrome when her daughter (Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss) marries a handsome veterinarian.