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Beware of this ‘cult’ classic

Don’t ask director Seth Landau about the significance of the mask in his new film, “Bryan Loves You.” On the film’s official Web site, visitors are greeted by a cheap yet menacing mask that is related to the villains in the film.…

Age ain’t nothing but a number

He wouldn’t stop stepping on my feet. We were standing in the atrium of the Royal Horticultural Hall in Victoria, waiting in packed quarters for the ushers to open the doors to the Kristian Aadnevik Spring 2007 fashion show.…

Beck takes fans on wild ride with new CD

To give the illusion of heightened understanding or deeper personality, artists will undergo character transplants. Side effects vary; common symptoms include inflammation of the cranium and loss of touch with fans, who themselves experience second-hand effects of nausea and depression that come with wasting $15.…

Duo of opposites shine

It’s not uncommon for Temple students to be approached by homeless people asking for money. In fact, it happens quite frequently. But as a force of habit, you either shrug them off, or give them any dime or quarter to get them off your back.But how many people ever stop to listen to what they have to say?…

Many ‘BOOoo’zing specials

Halloween is here. But don’t be saddened if you’re 21 and too old to put yourself in costume and trick or treat. Local bars will have Halloween drink specials and host costume contests.…

Death Cab rocks Tower

As my first time at a Death Cab for Cutie show, I expected to just sit in my seat, relax and enjoy. To my luck, my expectations were too modest as they provided a quality rock and roll show Thursday, Oct.…

Cold Weather Spurs Wardrobe Questions

There’s a nip in the air. Frost on the ground. And chattering teeth. But will all that stop students from dressing to impress this Halloween? Ashley Jumper, a sophomore criminal justice major, said she is going to “wing it” for her Halloween costume, but is certain she will stay warm.…

Jazz Review: Chris’ Jazz Cafe

Chris’ Jazz Cafe, at 1421 Sansom St., has one goal: to make people happy. “We like to offer everybody something, regardless of the cost, or what their scene is,” said Chris Farrell, the beverage manager at Chris’.…

Jazz Review: ORTLIEB’S JAZZHAUS

Discover one of Philly’s greatest un-kept secret nuzzled in the heart of Northern Liberties. Ortlieb’s Jazzhaus, located at 847 N. 3rd St., is a sultry, sophisticated scene for jazz neophytes and a great outing for any day of the week.…