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HandMeg crafts at DesignPhiladelphia

Columnist Meghan White attends three DesignPhiladelphia workshops at Anthropologie. As much as I like crafting, I’m not quite sure how I feel about crafting in public. It’s one thing to work on cross-stitching while watching television in my living room, but it’s a whole other thing having people around you judging the quality of your work.…

History haunts city

Philadelphia’s colonial history leaves behind remnants of the past to haunt historic sites. Philadelphia has a rich history, but it comes with some baggage–paranormal baggage. Young people who enjoy television programs or movies exploring the supernatural should take advantage of the haunted sites throughout the city.…

Dracula at the Rosenbach

The Rosenbach Museum and Library hosts the Dracula Festival — a celebration of the original horror story, Bram Stoker’s “Dracula.” He hails from Transylvania, he wants to suck blood and he’s one of literature’s most memorable monsters.…

Famed broadcast journalist, awarded by SCT, talks career, success

Equipped with a Temple ‘T’ bow tie, Charles Osgood, a CBS anchor and syndicated radio commentator, visited Main Campus today to receive this year’s Excellence in the Media Award. After receiving the award, an annual honor by the School of Communications and Theater, at a luncheon in Mitten Hall, Osgood visited Annenberg Hall to offer some words of advice for aspiring media professionals.…

Under the radar

High Point Sunday Market Oct. 16, 23 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Free Allen’s Lane Train Station 7210 Cresheim Rd. www.phillyfunguide.com/event/de tail/440823875/High_Point_Sunday_ Market High Point Sunday Market celebrates urban farmers and local crafters each Sunday through Oct.…

Street sounds

Courtesy MEAN Introducing MEAN. MEAN is exactly what they say they are. In a city full of heart-wrenching singer songwriters, deep-thinking garage rockers and more-hardcore-than-thou punks, it can be hard to find fun electro-pop music.…

Tacos easily ‘roll up’ ingredients

CAITLIN WEIGEL TTN Columnist Caitlin Weigel said Mexicali provides quality Mexican eats for cheaper prices than its neighboring counterpart, Distrito. Despite, or perhaps because of, my limited understanding of the Spanish language, I believe that “taco” means “delicious little pocket of goodness.” I do not think I have ever encountered a taco that I did not enjoy.…