Phil Martelli Taught Me How To Be A Hawk

Phil Martelli was let go as the men’s basketball coach at Saint Joseph’s University today, a move that has induced a lot of feelings that I would normally post on social media. His departure is a difficult thing to limit to 240 characters.

Steve Gunn Shreds His Way Through Union Transfer Set

I am fortunate to live in a city that is a regular tour stop for a host of bands. I am even luckier to be in an area that has a tremendous homegrown music scene. One truly special Philadelphia-bred musician, Steve Gunn, played a show at Union Transfer on Saturday night.

Top Philly Indie & Rock Concerts To See In 2019

Whether it is The Rolling Stones at Lincoln Financial Field or The Hives at Franklin Music Hall, there are a lot of great bands playing in Philadelphia in 2019. Here are some of the best Philly indie and rock concerts to look forward to this year:

Vacation 2018: A Week In Sea Isle, NJ

One of my favorite movie quotes is from the workplace comedy Office Space. Peter says “Michael. I did nothing. I did absolutely nothing and it was everything I thought it could be.” I just returned from my vacation in Sea Isle, NJ. It may not have been the most active week. It was everything that... Continue Reading →

Blobfest At Phoenixville’s Colonial Theatre

Phoenixville’s Colonial Theatre hosted its annual Blobfest this weekend. The three-day event celebrated The Blob, a 1958 science-fiction movie that was created in the suburban Philadelphia area. The venerable movie house was a set in a handful of scenes in the flick, allowing fans to watch The Blob in the same theater that it was filmed.  

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