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Zoe Albano-Oritt


Lorde Brings New Life to "Melodrama" on Tour

On her second world tour, Lorde keeps her sophomore album fresh, even almost one year after its release.

Hayley Kiyoko's "Expectations" Delivers for Queer Women and Pop Music

Hayley Kiyoko demands that queer women be given a seat at the table in her debut album.

Italian Fare with Prohibition–Era Flair at Wm. Mulherin's Sons

Dine like a bootlegger in this 118–year–old Fishtown eatery that’s got shareable platters and old–school ambiance to spare.

In Defense of Pop Music

Pop doesn't suck after all.

The Best Bar Grub

Because isn't every bar crawl better with food?

Pass the Dutch (Babies)

From the Lefthand Side.

My Female Same–Sex Relationship

Please, just let me enjoy my DFMO in peace.

Do You Even Vape, Bro?

Come vape with me.

Fashion for the 21st Century: Wearable Technology

So much technological clothing, you're pretty much a robot.

Headliner: Media App of the Future

The brainchild of Penn alumna Caroline Klatt (C '11) aims to bring you news in an easily digestible format.

The Ice Cream Sandwich Roundup You've been Waiting For

Ice cream sammy szn is the new SABSing szn

What Does Your iPhone Game Addiction Say About You?

This will literally redefine your entire life.

Privacy, National Security and an iPhone

What is actually happening with Apple and the FBI?

How to Get on the Ivy League Snap Story

AKA the most important thing you'll read all day.

Trolling for Nudes on Locust

We got down and dirty with Penn's prime sexters so you don't have to.

Virtual Reality is Here: Google Cardboard

Kind of like the viewfinder toys you had as a kid, but also kind of revolutionary.

App of the Week: Flappy Returns

Attention former Flappy Bird addicts: your drug of choice is new, improved and waiting—free of charge—in the Apple Store.

App of the Week: Peach

Facebook, Twitter and Instagram's illegitimate—and somewhat unfortunate—lovechild.
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