Fergie’s Pub’s open mic night is a musical Mecca for many unsigned Philadelphia musicians. Hosted for the last five years by the very talented and experienced drummer, Peter Gaudioso, Fergie’s has developed into a down-to-earth,
Weddings are great. Biting into a three-inch piece of beautifully-decorated wedding cake tends to be somewhat disgusting though. This is unless, of course, you relish the taste of chocolate-flavored cardboard iced with inches of lard.
Temple students have always found their starved stomachs filled at the Student Center Food Court, or even the lunch trucks surrounding Main Campus. However, there is another option, which seems to be right in front
“Deranged,” – that’s how the Philadelphia Film Society described “Methmouth,” a short film directed by Temple sophomore Troy L. Coffee. The film was showcased in the 16th annual Philadelphia Film Festival on April 6, and
Northern Liberties is an often overlooked mecca of art, music and construction. In this up-and-coming neighborhood, everyone knows your name and every corner is bursting at the seams with an array of things to do
Not many people have seen the cult classic glam rock tribute “Velvet Goldmine,” but those who have usually remember the same handful of scenes. They recall Ewan MacGregor writhing on stage in skintight leather pants
The Café, at 2011 Walnut St. has quite a different atmosphere than its sibling restaurant, the Irish Pub, located next door. These bistros feature similar retro artwork, but the similarities end there. The Irish Pub