Drexel University's student-run record label MAD Dragon Records hosted a showcase in Mandell Theatre March 3. The concert was free for Drexel students, open to the public and headlined by the Philadelphia-based rock band Free Energy. The rest of the line-up was composed of MAD Dragon artists Kuf Knotz, Hezekiah Jones, The Spinning Leaves and Toy Soldiers.
Exhibit Featuring Cartoon & Comic Art Legends The subject of rejection is examined in a four-week exhibit of cartoon and comic art and includes such legends as Charles Schulz and the creators of "Superman," Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel. Both Schulz and the Shuster-Siegel duo experienced repeated rejection for long periods of time before being noticed by publishers.
D & M is an alternative pop band based here in Philadelphia, Pa. The band is comprised solely of Drexel students: lead vocalist and guitarist Danny Fornasa, drummer Miles Mueller and guitarist Matt Klahre. You may have seen D & M performing around campus, opening for such events as N.
In December 2007, Lupe Fiasco released his second album, "The Cool." After an incredibly long wait, including the release of a fan petition over the summer, Atlantic Records finally agreed to release his third album, "Lasers." Lupe announced the release date of March 8 in the fall, and firmly stood by it.
Attention new up and coming performing artists! Always wanted to direct and produce your own show or act in front of a crowd, but never had the chance? Well, here's your opportunity. Consisting of a broad array of performing artists, the 16-day Philly Fringe Festival will take place Sept.
Students around Drexel no longer have to travel toward the University of Pennsylvania's campus or to Center City to get quality falafel. It was only a couple of weeks ago that Falafel House opened its doors on 33rd Street in Powelton Village. While it's only been a short time since they've opened, the kitchen appears to be busy and the business seems to be attracting students and professors alike.
The best word that can be used to describe the new Nicolas Cage flick, "Drive Angry 3D," (yes, 3D is actually a part of the title) is ridiculous. The film, directed by Patrick Lussier, centers around a hard-boiled criminal of sorts who escapes from a very strict prison: Hell.
The American craft brew scene has become quite crowded over the last decade or so, to the point where it would be difficult to visit every brewpub in the state. Some of these breweries, such as Troegs and Victory, have become quite well known for having very consistent, very good beer with a decent distribution, and there are many other of these regional breweries spread across the country.
Okay, so you didn't have the couple grand you needed to get to that beach Cabana in Punta Cana, or you forgot to reserve your room at South Beach's famous Fontainebleu hotel in Miami, or you just couldn't figure out any feasible plans and now it's the week before spring break and you are stuck muddling around campus.