Meghann Mannix is getting married in May. She wants kids of her own, but has 30,000 other kids to worry about first. Mannix assumed the position of branch manager of Temple’s Student Travel Agency last
From the Beatles’ ferocious, shaggy-haired harmonies all the way up to Britney’s burgeoning forays into bridal-themed lesbianism, musicians have a keen understanding that as long as they are what decent people shouldn’t be listening to,
“Don’t cry Bobby, now Willy’s really free…” Web site Zap2it.com reports that more than 700 fans attended a memorial service for Keiko, the whale featured in 1993’s Free Willy. At an aquarium in Newport, Oregon,
Naomi Wallace’s “In the Heart of America,” a play documenting her reaction to the Gulf War, opened to a packed house Wednesday night. Weaving together the lives of five individuals plagued by the horrors of
Many college students may not consider antique shopping a hobby. But with some introduction, young people may discover that antique shopping is enjoyable. Students interested in history will realize that antique shops are filled with
The homeless urinate on Walnut Street sidewalks. Morning traffic on Broad Street is like an experiment in torture. Soft pretzel salesmen on freeway off-ramps have no facilities to wash their hands and probably don’t care.
“Manet and the Sea” may be the exhibition receiving the most attention at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, but it’s “The Faceless Figure” collection that you shouldn’t miss. “The Faceless Figure: Photographs from the Collection,”