More Than a Month

March 4, 2012

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By Justin Clarke Managing Editor Tuesday, February 21, the Bonnell building’s large auditorium doors of BG-10 on Main campus were opened for everyone wishing to attend the free showing of More Than A Month, presented by ITVS...

ETHEL!! Makes its World Premier at the Walnut St. Theatre

March 4, 2012

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By Paul Eberle Editor-in-Chief The show ended with a standing ovation; an ovation that has never been more appropriate or deserved than the one that Terry Burrell received after her performance as Ethel Waters. It was, after ...

March 4, 2012

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By Helen Massele Managing Editor Every February there’s a joyous event that occurs for lovebirds. That day is Valentine’s Day on Feb 14, which can be celebrated in many ways. For instance dinner, dancing, or just a night at th...

CCP’s Got Talent – A School Hosted Talent Show

March 4, 2012

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By Kalee Marshall Staff Writer Let the games begin at the Community College of Philadelphia’s (CCP) Main Campus as the school launched their first talent show on February 26, 2012 on a Friday night. These questions were posted...

Philadelphia’s Independent Hip-Hop: Jedi Mind Tricks

February 20, 2012

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By John Jones Contributor On February 4th, fans of Hip Hop were treated to the homecoming show of Philadelphia’s own, Jedi Mind Tricks, at Union Transfer (located on 1024 Spring Garden Street). Jedi Mind Tricks is an independent...

Clybourne Park At the Arden Theatre

February 20, 2012

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By Paul Eberle Editor-in-Chief The play Clybourne Park, which is currently running at the Arcadia Stage of the Arden Theatre, is a unique play about social and cultural issues both in the past and present. The 2011 Pulitzer P...

CCP Talent Show

February 19, 2012

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By Justin Clarke Managing Editor On Friday, February 10, the Center for Male Engagement held its first ever Self-Expression Talent Show in the coffee house of the Winnet Building. It was organized by Jack Drummond of the Ce...

Vincent van Gogh “Up Close” at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

February 19, 2012

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By Paul Eberle Editor-in-Chief The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s Van Gogh Up Close exhibit featured roughly 40 works of art from galleries and collections across the globe. The purpose of the paintings was to help shed light ...

Agatha Christie’s – The Mousetrap A historic play at the Walnut St. Theatre

February 5, 2012

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By Paul Eberle Editor-in-Chief Everyone enjoys trying to solve a good mystery. That’s why there are multiple Law and Order shows, CSI spinoffs and why Sherlock Holmes is back in theatres. That is also why The Mousetrap has be...

Proof Gets Positive Results

February 5, 2012

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By Helen Massele Managing Editor Do you ever wonder what’s going on in the Philadelphia’s Art scene? One treasure in the arts arena in Philadelphia is the Walnut Street Theater’s Studio 3 (See the article below about Studio...

Studio 3 at Walnut Street Theatre

February 5, 2012

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By Paul Eberle Editor-in-Chief Studio 3 is part of the historic Walnut St. Theatre. It is a personal 80-seat theatre on the third floor of the building. What makes shows at Studio 3 so unique is the intimate atmosphere of black-box...

More Than Just Music

January 22, 2012

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4oQJZ2TEVI&feature=results_main&playnext=1&list=PLF490CC90C6D0B977 By Helen Massele Managing Editor We are often asked as youth, “what is that noise you are listening to?”...

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