Field Of Screams

October 7, 2011

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By Paul Eberle It was a dark and stormy night… No seriously, it was. Not quite thunder, lightning and a torrential downpour stormy, more of a slow relentless drizzle to back up the chill in the air. Basically it was a perfect night for haunted amusements. ...

Aspects of Love: Show Review

October 3, 2011

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By Paul Eberle Aspects of Love kicked-off the 203rd season at the Walnut St. Theatre on September 14th. The musical, which was composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, (Phantom of the Opera, Evita) will be running through October 23rd on the main stage of the theatre. It was an enjo...

34 Year Inspiration in Filmmaking

July 12, 2011

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By Geraldine Barnes This year Philafilm celebrated their 34th birthday at the annual International Film Festival and Market. After a little digging into Philadelphia’s film history it appears that Philafilm is one of the trailblazers....

Car 2 Movie Review

June 25, 2011

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By Bob Stewart Lightning McQueen returns in the sequel to Disney Pixar’s World of Cars. This fast paced animated action-comedy takes folks young and old on an entertaining ride around the globe. Cars 2 is part Nascar, p...

“Jump” the Philly Music Project

April 29, 2011

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“Jump” magazine, the Philly Music Project, is the brainchild and collaboration of Professor George Miller and his Temple University students. Professor Miller has been teaching at Temple University for approximately four years...

Think Before You Pump

April 1, 2011

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Now that spring break is over our minds are quickly focused on summer break. We envision sum- mer parties, cookouts, beach-clad bodies with sun tan lotion and hopefully a little sun block. Around April and May is when many of...

Hitting Your Mark with Mecham

March 18, 2011

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By Geraldine Barnes Since 1994 Dr. Professor Peggy Mecham has been dedicated to the art of teaching acting at the Com­munity College of Philadelphia. Mecham referrers to her class as more of a collaboration than teaching. “I...

The Soul of Bruce Kaminsky

March 4, 2011

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by Geraldine Barnes Bruce Kaminsky is a man of few words or many words. Professor Kaminsky is how some know him. However, he describes himself as a bass player, mercenary and entrepreneur. When paraphras­ing his musical career...

Have You Seen CCPTV

March 4, 2011

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by Geraldine Barnes For those who may not know, CCPTV is Community College of Philadelphia’s educational channel. You find it in your ca­ble listings via Comcast channel 53. Just a couple of other tidbits; did you know that...

A Whisper in History

February 18, 2011

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It has taken 83 years in movie making, including the area of si­lent movies to recognize a cer­tain genre of African American literature that pertains to African American Children. It was on our hallow campus grounds that African...

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