In South Philadelphia, music of the bandstand era was something extremely monumental to that time period, and still lives on with people to this day. Inhabitants of South Philly have grown up listening to the music of Frankie Avalon, Chubby Checker, and listen in with Jerry Blavat weekly during the summer months in Margate, NJ.... Continue Reading →

One First Friday Artist’s ‘Troublesome Relationship’ With Local Galleries

Every month, hundreds of starving artists flock to Philly's First Friday public gallery viewing, hoping to get a taste of the clientele that established Old City galleries pull daily. With each passing month, it's getting tougher and tougher to gain critical exposure. At this October's event, local biology student Adam Knapp is feeling the strain.   https://youtu.be/OclyEFcWovs... Continue Reading →

Francesca Ruscio, a senior communications major at Temple University, is no stranger to attending big events happening in the city of Philadelphia. After competing and placing first in the Miss Philadelphia Pageant in 2013, she continues to build a loving relationship for the events and people in this city. After being crowned, Ruscio was attending... Continue Reading →

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