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Bastille at The Met

At the risk of making this too personal, I’d be remiss if I didn’t let you all in on the inspiration for this concert review. Music and our subjective tastes and dislikes as individuals are what bring us together as fans. My father, Steve, was the one who originally introduced me, as a child, to […]

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Villanova Wildcats Top Lehigh 38-10 in 2019 Football Home Opener

The Villanova Wildcats opened their 2019 home football schedule on Saturday, September 7th at 6 PM when they hosted Lehigh University at Villanova Stadium. The Wildcats were looking to move to 2-0 on the season after opening with a 34-14 road win at Colgate University on August 24th. 8000+ fans were on hand for this […]

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Merlot Day at The Vineyard at Hershey

Merlot Day…is a concert? This might lead you to believe that Merlot Day is a wine-inspired cover band who plays exclusively at vineyards (who brings the house down with their encore rendition of UB40’s ‘Red, Red Wine’. That would be incorrect. Merlot Day is actually the name of a fabulous event at the Vineyard and Brewery at […]

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Rüfüs Du Sol at Franklin Music Hall

The first time we saw Rüfüs Du Sol was at Underground Arts back in 2014. Fast forward five years and the Aussie trio returned to the City of Brotherly Love for a sold-out show at Franklin Music Hall (formerly the Electric Factory). There was a line out the door, through the parking lot, and down the block […]

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Super Bowl Lii Champion Eagles Parade Down Broad Street

Phinally!! For decades, every NFL season had ended in disappointment for Philadelphia Eagles fans. We got used to making the playoffs and losing, making the Super Bowl and losing (twice), or god forbid, missing the playoffs altogether. The collective disappointment, sadness, and depression of Eagles fans was palpable. We could feel it in the city every Winter. No […]

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