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When I was 12 years old, my life mostly consisted of going to school, sports practices, and playing Minecraft late into the evening, often accompanied by Pandora–curated electronic music. Yes, I’ll out myself here—I loved Minecraft. I played it often and for hours at a time, much to the bewilderment of my own dad who thought I was cooped up playing Minesweeper for that long. Imagine the peculiar sense of relief he must have felt when he found out I wasn’t.
Amongst the leveled lots with scaffolding and freshly laid roads, Punch Buggy Brewing Company opened its garage–style door over the summer near the Fishtown part of Kensington. The microbrewery serves a selection of beer either made in–house or from other microbreweries, ranging from the most hoppy IPAs to darker porters, as well as some selected smaller plates. For the adventurous beer drinker, this brewery could be the perfect way to explore new palates through their small–batch offerings.
“I’ve only cried tears of pure joy two times in my life: one would be getting into Wharton, and the other would be getting my McKinsey offer,” Isabella Anastasoff (W’ 19) says, raking her hands through her hair, fighting the wind. “I hate to tie my highest high...of Penn to career only,” she insists, while sighing somewhat halfheartedly. I find this admission surprising because she truly loves business.
When I visited In the Valley, I had to quickly dash inside to hide from the rainstorm outside. Yet, the calming ambiance of the bar immediately set the mood for a sophisticated culinary experience. The bistro–style string lights combined with steampunk lightbulb fixtures sets the vibe for this wine bar: eclectic, French–touched, with offerings that dredge up ingredients and palates previously unimagined or forgotten. This spot is the sister bar to Laurel, and is located next door on Passyunk and 11th.
Troye Sivan's concert in Philly on October 6th was the latest installation in the ongoing growth of his career. Seeing him reminded me of his importance to queer youth—myself included.
As I crossed Passyunk Avenue, a waft of fresh fried chicken aroma hit my nose and instantly whet my appetite. I huddled into Redcrest for a reprieve from the rain outside, and the ambient warmth and classic rock playing in the background picked me up from the otherwise lackluster Sunday.
A minimalistic, modern new spot on campus, &pizza, recently opened in the former spot of Capogiro (ed. note: RIP) at 3925 Walnut Street. The simple black and white interior, with dynamic lighting fixtures and an animated LED monitor menu, gives this fast–casual restaurant a trendy, experimental take on a pizza shop.
I never really understood my mom’s affinity for psychics. She renounced Ouija boards as a portal to dark spirits, but she once told me that she saw a psychic with a friend in 1994. I imagine the scene in the back room of a storefront in coastal Connecticut, candles wafting, an old mystic draped in cotton. The psychic lays down the tarot, and sees a small boy in the cards—a youngest son yet to be born, with some chronic medical condition. My mom feigns concern.
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Walking into Ochatto, the immediate smells of barbeque, fish, and spices lure you into this modernly decorated restaurant. At Ochatto, there are a few ways to dine: you can have a traditional sit–down experience, grill your own Korean barbecue, or sit at a large glass cooktop for the namesake hotpot. We go for the hotpot.
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We've all had those mornings. You slept through the alarm or set it to p.m. instead of a.m. or maybe you forgot to set it entirely. Shit happens. But what will you do next?