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Photographer documents Philthy moments

Paul Thorson, the one-time musician, sometimes painter and all-around artist, uses his camera to document “distinct moments” of the new subculture evolving in Philadelphia clubs. His favorite locations include the Medusa Lounge at 21st and Chestnut streets and The Barbary at 951 Frankford Avenue.…

‘Rewind’ is charming, sweet and wildly creative

REVIEW – Michel Gondry has done it again. The ever-innovative Academy Award-winning writer and director, known for his masterful creativity and command of mise en scène, has filmed another gem of a movie, a heartfelt comedy that is as visually appealing as it is charming in script.…

Women’s basketball team makes history with fourth-straight Big 5 title

Ashley Morris knows the feeling.As the senior guard sunk two free throws to give Temple a 59-52 lead which put the game out of reach against La Salle Saturday, it was an experience she felt before.Morris and the Owls won another Big Five game – their 18th in a row – by defeating La Salle, 60-55, at Tom Gola Arena Saturday afternoon.The win also capped off a goal Morris wanted to accomplish before she graduated: win the Big 5 for four consecutive seasons.…

Lounges Fez, Shouk do hookah right

Dim lights, exotic music and a fruitful aroma. If this doesn’t peak your interest, perhaps Mediterranean food that delights the palate and puts a warm sensation in your stomach will. A Mediterranean commonplace, hookah lounges in Philadelphia are a great place to enjoy drinks, food and flavored tobacco with family, friends or coworkers.…

Dreamah’s nightmare

She was young and energetic and fun. And then she was dead. Ejected through a windshield and pronounced dead on the pavement of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, amid broken glass and unlived expectations.…

Crime Report 2/05

Jan. 28 The Edge, 12th Floor Student reported an unknown person entered his apartment with no force found and removed an iPod and an MP3 player between 2 p.m. Dec. 15 and 7 p.m.…

Crucial victory for activists, guards win paid sick days

It was a celebratory moment for Temple security guards and activists in what they called a small victory in the battle for fair treatment and benefits from employer . Members of the Student Labor Action Project and Jobs with Justice gathered on Liacouras Walk Tuesday for a press conference after reaching an agreement.…