There’s a typical air of mystery around Woody Allen’s “Crisis in Six Scenes,” his much-anticipated first TV series premiering Friday on Amazon. Created, written and directed by Allen, the ’60s-era “Crisis” marks the filmmaker’s first on-screen role since 2013’s “Fading Gigolo.” Here he plays novelist Sidney “S. J.” Mussinger, the patriarch of a middle-class suburban family
Three to four days a week, Philadelphia veterinarian Clint Kuban drops off his 3-year-old German shepherd, Tsunami, at the Penn Vet Working Dog Center for her eight-hour shift. But the pooch isn’t just participating in agility, obedience and search training — she’s also on the front lines of cancer research.