Unformal Wear, a local tee-shirt company that specializes in those tacky yet endearing tuxedo shirts, is hosting charity event, Rockin’ Cotton for a Cause, at the Field House to benefit cancer charity Alex’s Lemonade Stand.
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Fall break marks an inflection point: seasons end (like that of a certain baseball team) and begin as late fall arrives.
The Philadelphia Film Festival begins today and ends November 3rd, and since you can’t make it to every screening, you better know which to avoid.
The festival’s most highly anticipated films — and the ones worth skipping work for.
The Barnes Foundation and the campaign that sought to make it famous
the Philadelphia Triathlon begins today. Catch up here.
How to navigate the bottle shop
How to get a piece of Philly from afar
Don't go home after HubBub. Take your coffee and explore the fun side of Philly's financial district. Study: The Free Library of Philadelphia, 4 blocks away (1901 Vine Street). Put your caffeine buzz to good use: ditch the depths of VP for the spacious halls of the Free Library and catch up on your work (it has free WiFi!). You might even stumble upon a reading by a famous author or an impromptu film screening. Eat: Love Park, 3 blocks away (Broad Street and JFK Boulevard). Take a study break and show mobile vendors some more love.
It's book week in Philly, so check out some of the city's indie book stores, they’re only a short trip away!
Penn students are coming back from their breaks with tank tops in their suitcases, meaning one thing: spring is coming. The sun is peeping out from the clouds and we’re all tired of going to Pottruck, so get some walking exercise and learn some Philly history by checking out these architectural gems.
After a hiatus following the inaugural festival in 2011—which included a 81–foot tall Eiffel Tower sculpture—PIFA is back with a bang.
Philly ‘80s Horror Double Feature April 7, 7 P.M. at PhilaMOCA 531 N 12th St. Philadelphia has always been a hub for so–bad–they’re–good horror B–movies.
Check out what exciting openings are on your food–horizon after the summer (sorry seniors!)
Start marking your calendars: autumn in Philly is flourishing with art of all kinds, from theater to sculpture, openings to closings.
The Moroccan native shares some insights into authentic food, caring customer service and succeeding in the food truck business.
Located right on the edge of campus at the Rotunda, Philly’s FringeArts festival’s “One Year” powerfully features stories of the mothers of murder victims in Philly.
This cultured thoroughfare features renowned works of both architecture and performing arts