Dance ‘The Tango’ in Philly Bar

November 4, 2004 Laura Bray 0

Whiskey Tango Tavern is an emerging hot spot in Northeast Philadelphia.It shares many of the common characteristics of other bars in the area, such as great music and drink specials. Separating The Whiskey Tango from its competition, however, are its crowd, array of top musicians, large dance floors, multiple events and DJs. […]

Shakespeare ’70 tackles ‘desperate drama’ with style

October 6, 2004 Laura Bray 0

Shakespeare ’70’s rendition of Henrik Ibsen’s “An Enemy of the People,” which played at the Black Box Theater over the past two weeks, was a play that provide its audience with pure enjoyment and astonishment. Shakespeare ’70, which is Mercer County’s only classical theatre company, succeeded in bringing this powerful “classic” to life. […]

KatManDu — the beginners guide to a local favorite

September 29, 2004 Laura Bray 0

Most students at the College over the age of 21 have probably been to KatManDu, although for anyone who may be living in a bubble, or who is turning 21 shortly, KatManDu is a must on the checklist of things that every bonafide student needs to try before graduation. […]

Dine in ‘Real World’-style at hip Philly establishment

September 22, 2004 Laura Bray 0

As many of you know this season of “The Real World” was taped in Philadelphia. As a fan of “The Real World,” I was excited to see where its cast would go at night. I was not surprised when I saw that their first stop in Philadelphia was Swanky Bubbles, a restaurant/champagne bar, located in the heart of Old City, Philadelphia. […]