The New Deal Plays Final Philadelphia Show

All good things must come to an end and on Wednesday night, The New Deal played their final show in Philadelphia. After our interview with keyboard player Jamie Shields last week, we knew this show was going to be epic. The Theater of the Living Arts on South Street played host to a packed house […]

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There Was a Zombie Had a Panda and Bingo Was His Name

We’re not sure how you spent your Friday night in the City of Brotherly Love but if you’re a Zombie, Panda, Bingo Player, or fan of any (or all) of them, there’s a good chance you were at the Theater of the Living Arts on South Street for a wild night of Underground Rebel Bingo. […]

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Underground Rebel Bingo: Town Watch Meeting at TLA

On Saturday night, Independent Philly decided to attended a Town Watch meeting at the Theater of the Living Arts on South Street. We were surprised when we arrived at the number of younger citizens that showed up to take an interest in their neighborhood and its safety. Once inside the lobby, we saw multi-colored safety […]

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Philadelphia Passion Blow Away Tampa Breeze 48-0

The Philadelphia Passion kicked off their Lingerie Football League season at the Sun Nation Bank Center in Trenton, NJ on Friday night against the Tampa Breeze. The two teams met twice last season (in the regular season finale and the first round of the playoffs) with the Passion winning both games. If the Breeze were […]

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Underground Rebel Bingo at the Blockley: We’ve Seen This Once B-4

We first told you about The Underground Rebel Bingo Club in July when the world wide phenomenon hit the City of Philadelphia like a ton of bricks (or maybe a ton of bingo balls). It was crazy, it was wrong, but it felt so right. Philadelphia loved the event and as much as we loved […]

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