Jenny DeHuff

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Jenny DeHuff is the Managing Editor of Culture for PhillyVoice.com.  A native of New England, Jenny has covered the Philadelphia area for more than a decade. A 2005 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, she has written for the Philadelphia Daily News, Metro, The Times Herald in Norristown and Playboy magazine, and has won multiple awards for investigative journalism.

Throughout the course of her career, Jenny has covered everything from cops, courts, and casinos to major crime, the school district, transit, and city and state government. She has also worked as a gossip columnist. She was on the ground at the Obama inauguration, Sandy Hook, and the 2016 Democratic National Convention. She's flown planes, shot semi-automatics and dodged splattering buffalo wing sauce for Philly's infamous Wing Bowl – just to get the story. Jenny lives in South Philly with her husband, Terry, their dog, Huey, and cats Chainsaw and Bruce Wayne.

jenny@phillyvoice.com

September 26, 2018

TV

Stephen Colbert introduces Gritty to the world stage on ‘The Late Show’

Describing the Flyers' new mascot as “horrifying,” the (now freshly shaven) “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert had a lot of fun poking fun at Gritty on Tuesday night’s episode.

September 18, 2018

Food and Drink

Eli Kulp, Peter Serpico and fellow chefs share the kitchen for special dinner collaboration

Rittenhouse Square’s a.kitchen, known to draw clientele with a savvier palette, produced some of the finest dishes diners have seen in perhaps decades for a private dinner Monday night by old friends who got their start in the same kitchen.

September 10, 2018

Entertainment

Bob Dylan to open The Met Philadelphia this winter

Bob Dylan, Weezer, John Oliver, Jim Gaffigan, Lindsey Stirling, Kurt Vile, Amos Lee – and the names of headliners go on and on as Live Nation revealed the inaugural Citi concert series for the soon-to-be The Met Philadelphia coming this winter.

September 5, 2018

Eagles

Brian Dawkins surprises fans with Center City meet-and-greet ahead of season opener

Eagles’ Hall of Famer Brian Dawkins gave fans a special surprise Wednesday when he appeared in Center City for a pop-up meet-and-greet at the Verizon Wireless store at 15th and Chestnut streets.

September 4, 2018

Television

'Today' show to broadcast live from Comcast Center for Eagles kickoff celebration

Philadelphians are invited to show up for a live taping of the “Today” show as co-hosts Al Roker and Sheinelle Jones broadcast from the Comcast Center plaza Thursday morning in anticipation of the Eagles' first game of the season.

August 24, 2018

Concerts

Godsmack drummer: ''When Legends Rise' is a catharsis of the soul'

For nearly two decades, Godsmack, the heavy metal band from the Boston, Mass.-area partied hard – before and after their shows. Their first CD, “All Wound Up,” spoke volumes of their musical style – and their lifestyles.

August 23, 2018

Lifestyle

Bud Light commemorative packs sold out in seconds, left consumers 'starving' for more

Buzz about the limited-edition Bud Light “Philly Philly” commemorative packs broke out like the town crier announcing the royal birth. Everyone had their ear to the ground – and their credit cards ready.

August 16, 2018

Food and Drink

Bud Light 'Philly Philly' commemorative packs on sale today

Bud Light’s long-awaited special edition “Philly Philly” commemorative packs are available for purchase to the common man as early as 4 p.m. this day forth.

August 14, 2018

Comedy

Andy Cowan's new 'Banging My Head...' book reveals untold 'Seinfeld' storylines

From the only writer associated with “Cheers,” “Seinfeld” and “3rd Rock from the Sun” comes a new comedy memoir about the uphill battle that is making it through the industry of comedy and show business. Banging My Head Against the Wall: A Comedy Writer’s Guide to Seeing Stars is a “Seinfeld” fan’s dream, revealing untold storylines that never made it out of the writer’s room.

July 24, 2018

Fashion

What is 'draping' and is it the new makeup trend of the summer?

Makeup trends – they can come and go out of style as fast as boyfriends. Here’s one you maybe haven’t heard of before: "draping," and we don’t mean the kind you treat your windows with at home.

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