Philadelphia

Local Spotlight: Ali Awan

Ali Awan, a Philadelphia native, who will be performing downstairs at World Cafe Live on Friday, September 27th, breaks past societal barriers with ease, proving that he not only has the talent, but also the innate wisdom and diversity that is needed to span multi-genre platforms, placing him directly outside of “the box.” -Jen Strogatz, Independent Philly

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Maryland vs. Temple Football

September 15, 2018 – It was a Big 10 vs AAC matchup on a beautiful September day in College Park, MD.  After an emotional Terp’s pre-game gathering around the “79” painted in the end zone in support of teammate Jordan McNair who died of heat-stroke during a pre-season practice, the game kicked off.  Maryland students and fans clearly […]

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Bernie Sanders Rally at Drexel University

ED/OP Bernie Sanders Rally at Drexel University’s Liacouras Center Bernie Sanders made a brief campaign stop in Philly at Drexel’s Daskalakis Athletic Center on Monday April 25th, 2016 on the eve of the Pennsylvania Primary. With nearly twice as many Democratic delegates up for grabs as any of the other 4 states with primaries today (CT, […]

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GTA and the Twurkaholics Crew Bend Genres and Blow Minds at Soundgarden Hall

Philadelphia witnessed the return of the monthly “Twurkaholics” party at Soundgarden Hall on Friday May 17th. Given the turnout of 1600 people,  Philly is already wishing the next show was upon us. Twurkaholics, presented by Actual Records, showcased a wide range of talent with six local DJs, as well as the headliners of the night, […]

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Lights Out: Mad River Olde City Edition

We’re going to make this one short and sweet. After three days of 100+ degree heat indexes in Philadelphia, the oppressive weather finally broke on Friday night, June 22nd. After some crazy big thunderstorms, it was time for House of Hearts to put a new twist on Olde City as they brought their Lights Out […]

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