REVIEW: Crowd surfing and bearded men with war paint yelling in Rittenhouse Square? Not entirely a typical day at the park. But it happened last week at Philadelphia Weekly’s Concerts in the Park series, featuring
“In DiversCity”Dance, 90 Minutes – $15International House, 3701 Chestnut St.Prepare yourself for a night of intense Philly flavor when Indigenous Pitch performs “In DiversCity.” This 90-minute show isn’t your regular old stomp n’ clap routine.
Words like “nanotechnology” and “BEAM robotics” are abstract concepts for many people. We know such things exist, but don’t think they can apply to our lifestyles. We leave the creative possibilities of technology to scientists
NEW YORK – One is a rough-around-the-edges Brit who permeates a masculine musk from every pore. The other is a balding schlub who could pass for your local postman. Yet despite these differences, Clive Owen
In the country’s sixth-largest city, there are a lot of places to shop. And unfortunately, when I first moved to Philadelphia, I wasted a lot of time in stores that were distasteful, overpriced and devoid
Scattered across tabletops in the Student Center and tossed along Liacouras Walk like confetti, nothing ushers in a new school year better than glossy party fliers. They promise the first 50 ladies free admission, reduced
When school lets out for the summer, hearts are set on hitting the pool, hanging at the shore, road-tripping, eating ice cream and of course, working. For students, working during the sunny months can be
Students undergo inevitable transitions at the start of each semester – and for some, it’s harder to adjust than others. For those who kept busy all summer with full-time jobs and internships, the switch to