Stinky Smelly Senior philosophy major Jackson Lucas and junior broadcasting telecommunications and mass media major Nick Morrison are the kind of people who give out cookies with free copies of their band’s, Stinky Smelly’s, EPs.
Promise Academy’s Harvey Scribner started “Random Acts of Literacy” by handing out books in public places. Sometimes riding the same train every day can get boring, with the bumpy ride and usual delays, sick people
The Mummers brigades continue the Philadelphia tradition as they prepare costumes, props and performances for this year’s New Year’s Day Parade. While many may have just started preparing for the holiday season, a certain group
“Change by Us,” a social networking site, is intended to increase civic participation. Civic participation is no longer only face-to-face. “It’s a new age with new ideas, and the old, archaic ways of spurring change
Slow Food Philly released its first batch of “Snail Approved” restaurants, breweries and markets that are furthering Slow Food’s mission. Jennifer Prensky and her husband Mitch Prensky follow the food supply chain to their restaurant
Columnist Mark Longacre says that Versace’s H&M line undermines the brand’s integrity. On Saturday, Nov. 19, at 8 a.m., the H&M retail store on Walnut Street opened its doors for the release of the Versace
Vegans met at Seventh Day Adventist Church for a meat-free Thanksgiving dinner organized by the Public Eye. While some were feasting with their families on Thanksgiving Day, a select few decided to engage in a
Whether people watched on television or experienced the spectacle in person, Philadelphia ran on Dunkin’ for this year’s 6abc Dunkin’ Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade. Families lined up along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and danced to