Recycle or revamp your pre-existing clothes into something new or different for no cost at all!
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“Call Me Maybe” singer Carly Rae Jepson is no stranger now to the radio.
“They are two men with two fundamentally different ideas on how to make America great again.”
Two blocks along the Ben Franklin Parkway were shut down for Campus Philly’s annual College Day festival. Philadelphia-area college students got a warm welcome to a start of a new year. The welcome-back festival for over 4,000 new and returning Philadelphia-area college students was back this weekend featuring free admission to some of the world’s […]
For Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tré Cool, together known as Green Day, this is their first studio album since “21st Century Breakdown,” in 2008.
Halloween is a very popular holiday, filled with scary haunted houses and other great attractions that are found throughout PA.
A lot of clothes are being re-invented this Fall.
DIY, low costing costumes to hopefully get your idea’s flowing of what you would like to dress-up as for Halloween this year!
“Performing is something indescribable; it’s almost like when I’m up on stage, there’s no one but me and a spotlight.” -Terri Allen Terri Allen Major: Social Work Artistic Form: Singing & Musical Theater Words from Terri I’ve been singing since the age of 5 years old; my first solo was in the kindergarden move up […]
Find out where and what kind of fall snacks are available for this harvest season.
Thursday Oct. 4: The Manhattan Short Film Festival Location: Bryn Mawr Film Institute – Bryn Mawr, Pa. Time: 7:30 a.m. -9:15 p.m. Cost: $10 Come enjoy the film work of some local and international artists who aim to entertain audiences with their refreshing and original take on filmmaking. Friday Oct. 5: Terror Behind The […]
The best part is that it’s at everyone’s favorite price– free.
Philly Fashion Week 2012 was held on Sept.18-22. Philadelphia still has ways to go before establishing itself as a fashion force.
The Wolfington Center celebrated 10 years of accomplishment and plans for its future.
Wish your life could be in color for one night? That can happen with going to one concert, for one exhilarating night that no one will ever forget.
Students pleased with RAC offerings but wish for longer hours.
“The Campaign” depicts the story of a heated and dirty congressional race in Hammond North Carolina.
Cyber Vibe: a video to watch and enjoy, an application to download which you might find interesting, and last but not least a blog site to follow if you like what you see!
With many creative and talented individuals throughout the city, many of which are always looking for a place where they can just be free
“Graphic design comes naturally to me.” -Charles Platia Charles Platia Major: Graphic design Minor: Marketing & communication Artistic Form: Graphic Design Words from “Charlie” Graphic design comes naturally to me and it’s the only thing I’m good at. Introduced to my talent in my junior year of high school, I took the opportunity and ran with it. I won […]
If you’re looking for an inexpensive Italian experience, you would be choosing the right place if you go to Pandini’s.
How to look your best with little materials in no time!
The new Batman movie, “The Dark Knight Rises” was released this summer.
As students settle back into the school routine, they should remember they carry a privileged status as consumers. College students across the country are eligible for special student discounts that not everyone else can get. Everything from retail stores and restaurants, to movie tickets or computers. A variety of discounts, including personal purchases, are available […]
So Fun! yogurt is, dare is say, “so fun.” The “So Fun! experience” is more then your normal frozen yogurt experience. Most first time visitors to So Fun! are expecting to go in place an order and get over charged for a small amount of yogurt, however that is not the case at So Fun! […]
Silly You, Crayons aren’t For Kids! Don’t grow up yet. Using crayons to make art is no longer just for the prepubescent middle school kid.