A review of the first US Homeless Film Festival

October 27, 2012

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The Festival Films and Their Messages By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle There were eight documentary films in all at the Homeless Has A Name, Homeless Film Festival 2012. Each film each touched on a different circumstance, or highlighted a different...

Rush Members Are Clockwork Angels

October 19, 2012

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By Contributor, Trevor Carango Progressive rock legend Rush performed on their Clockwork Angels Tour to a sold out crowd of all ages at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on Friday night. As has become custom for the band, the...

Field of Screams

October 14, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle [slideshow] Field of Screams is a haunted attraction in Lancaster County that is now in their 20th season of scaring people. The attraction features two different houses, (Den of Darkness and the Fr...

Rush Comes to Wells Fargo Tonight

October 12, 2012

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Resilient band, Rush, Performing in Philadelphia By Contributor, Trevor Carango October 12, 2012 - There comes a time when you have to make a decision on what career path you’re going to take. You can only hope that the cho...

From Reality Star to Entrepeneur: Cat Washington

October 7, 2012

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By Managing Editor, Tai Virgil [email protected] You may know her for being famous as the star of television network Oxygen’s Bad Girl’s Club Season 5, former girlfriend of rapper Drake, or even as your favorite Urban Mod...

Shipwreck! Winslow Homer and “The Life Line” The Latest Exhibit from the Philadelphia Museum of Art at the Perelman

October 7, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle [email protected] Winslow Homer, born in 1836, was an American painter who focused his work on the drama of the sea. His most famous work, The Life Line, shown below, depicted an all-too real scen...

A Return of the Rennaissance: A Look Into Hip-Hop at It’s Current State

September 23, 2012

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By Staff Writer, John Jones Many music lovers have reached the general consensus that pop music, music that is radio-friendly, commercially successful, and trendy, casts an eclipse over more diverse music. A friend of mine told...

Made in America Music Festival A Philadelphia Success

September 9, 2012

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By Managing Editor, Tai Virgil With a confirmed amount of over 50,000 tickets sold the “Budweiser Made in America Festival,” was deemed to be more than a success in Philadelphia, and the city has one of hip hops most prominent music moguls Jay Z and Budweiser for teaming up to thank for...

The Barnes Foundation: The Controversial Move Dissected

July 22, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle The Barnes Foundation opened the doors to their new “Garden within a Garden,” building located on Ben Franklin Parkway a few months ago. There was great fanfare and little controversy, but that was not the case when the...

The Barnes Foundation: As An Institute Of Education

July 22, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle The most overlooked aspect of the Barnes Foundation is the fact that it is an institute of education.. The Foundation started, not to display numerous priceless works of art, but so people could lea...

Gauguin, Cezanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

July 22, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle The current featured exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, entitled, Gauguin, Cezanne, Matisse: Visions of Arcadia, features a collection of art and artists that mesh so well it makes one wonder why this assortment of ar...

A Word From Our Sponsors

June 10, 2012

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Free events this Summer in Philly!! By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle A free concert and fireworks on the Parkway, free admission to the Barnes, free childhood art programs, free music, lectures and films; this summer there ar...

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