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Nicole Malick


Film and TV with the Family: Nicole Malick

There’s more to the holidays than just the food and travel. Some revolve around the television. Here are some family traditions that we are thankful for, no matter the season.

Slashing Prices, Taking Names

Two new discount department stores have opened in Philly—Century 21 and Nordstrom Rack. Here’s a breakdown of what they have to offer.

Counterpoint: Candy

In the words of Aaron Carter...I WANT CANDYYY!

Izakaya, Etc. at CoZara

Japanese small plates and beyond on Drexel’s campus

Penn Real Estate for Dummies

A guide to who lives where, and why.

Drink of the Week: Grapefruit Tequila Fizz

Hint: There's jalepeno, too.

Drink of the Week: Berry Lemonade Punch

Better than the stuff you spiked in high school.

Word on the Street: Life 101

I think our understanding of a “general education” needs an update. Living World and Formal Reasoning are, in theory, useful subject matters.

Greene Street: A Local Consignment Store

Street sat down with Jennifer Allard, one of the two Greene Street district managers, to chat about Penn’s newest shop on Spruce Street.

Which Camera is Right for You?

For your next Kodak moment, choose your equipment wisely. Say cheese!

Talula's Daily, A Daily Delight

A home away from home for coffee, lunch or supper

Drink of the Week: One Fruit, Four Drinks

Peaches, both white and yellow, are sweet, juicy and refreshing…but only in season for a few fleeting months! If you can’t eat enough, now you can drink ‘em too.

Lunch Break

For when GrubHub at your desk just won't do

This Week in Philly

Get your tickets early for the sixth annual Roots Picnic music festival at Penn’s Landing happening June 1 to see performers like The Roots, Solange and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing June 1, 12 p.m. For some Memorial Weekend celebrating (read: blowing off steam from that stressful summer session class), hit up the Hidden City Festival Block Party on May 25 for DJs, food trucks, and craft beers. Goldtex Building 12th and Wood streets May 25, 7-11 p.m. Forgo yet another Friday at Blarn for retro music and go go dancers at The Trestle Inn’s Friday Nite Backyard BBQ, happening weekly this summer. The Trestle Inn 11th and Callowhill Fridays 5-9 p.m., beginning May 24

Top 10 Ways to Fail your Finals

These won’t help you pass… although they might make for fond memories later.

Point, Counterpoint: Ice Cream Versus Froyo

It's getting heated in the frozen dairy aisle.

Drunchies 'R Us

WHERE YOU ARE (TO DRINK) 1. Rumor, 1500 Sansom St.  You started Fling early with a Thursday night downtown, got yourself a VIP wristband and you’ve gotten several compliments on your new dress. 2.

An Inside Look at the Penn Artistic Process

Tonight, PennDesign’s MFA students host Open Studios to display their work and workspaces to the public.

Top 10 Reasons to Celebrate It’s Spring… Technically

Spring began March 20: here’s why that’s the best news all month

Zama: Sushi on the Square

A modern take on traditional Japanese cuisine that’s simply superb
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