Beulah is like a diamond in the rough. Whereas much of today’s music is either overproduced kiddie fare or angry stuff only your delinquent, electro-shock-loving cousin would enjoy, Beulah write sunny pop tunes that don’t
Mitten Hall’s Great Court was the perfect setting for a dialogue between two women like Julia Jefferson-Westerinen and Shay Banks-Young. The building has a lot of history and an ominous presence to it — precisely
Musiq Soulchild breathes new life into soul music and is reviving the culture behind it. In between each song’s melody and rhythm lies a lyrical expression that captivates you and leaves you craving more. At
Hola muchachos y muchachas! Get ready for a fiesta of grande proportions. That’s right, it’s time to celebrate the 11th Annual Latino Heritage Month. Temple takes great pride in presenting numerous cultural events from Sept.
Driving home down South Broad St. at 4 a.m. last Saturday (impromptu road trip to DC, don’t ask), I couldn’t help but notice the giant tent covering the once-vacant lot at the Washington Avenue intersection.
This week’s CD reviews are on: >Tori Amos >Brand New Immortals >Call and Response >Clan of Xymox >Eltro >Mercury Rev >Mystic >Nickelback >Glenn Tilbrook Tori Amos Strange Little Girls (Atlantic) Grade: B For her sixth
“What do you call someone who speaks one language? American.” Just one of many witty lines in Maria Ripoll’s Tortilla Soup, a delightful romantic comedy about a man’s love for his daughters and his cooking,
On Sept. 19, Temple students whipped out Chapstick and puckered up. Over 400 students crammed into the Owl Cove in Mitten Hall to learn the art of kissing from expert Michael Christian. Christian, a retired