Remember that book "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee your English teacher made you read in the 8th grade, about Boo Radley and his neighbors Scout and Jem; presents left in the knot of a tree; a controversial court room case? Drexel Trustee Donna O'Donnell recognized a chance to resurrect this memory in relating it to the coming of a new era in the United States, with President Obama's inauguration.
The practice of expanding - or exploiting - popular movies, games, or TV shows with novels is hardly new. Novelizations of franchises like "Star Wars," "Star Trek," and "D&D" have been around for decades. Fans get the chance to explore and enjoy the series far more than just the narrow slice presented in a two-hour long movie.
Do you ever feel lost? Like you're not sure which direction to take in life? Let's face it - sometimes we need help navigating this crazy thing called college. That's why I'm here. Consider me your third-party, impartial columnist. You have questions, and baby doll, I've got your answers.
As part of their 200th anniversary season, the Walnut Street Theatre is presenting Tennessee Williams' iconic 1947 play, "A Streetcar Named Desire." The Pulitzer Prize winning drama that went on to great success on Broadway and launched the Hollywood career of Marlon Brando made its first debut a little over 60 years ago on the very same stage.
High quality cuisine, without an expensive check, is just one of the various perks that contributes to the success and grandeur of Restaurant Week. A continental affair, Restaurant Week has taken place in major metropolitan areas such as Philadelphia, New York City, San Diego, Boston, and Washington, D.
The Drexel Dance Ensemble explored the idea of "Arrivals & Departures" in their winter concert running Jan. 22- 24 in the Mandell Theater. Many of the dances look deeply at people who have come and gone. Some portray the transient yet emotional stages of our lives and others illustrate the coming and going of reality.
Here's to the official beer review of The Triangle! Each week I'll be ranking different beers from my own personal scale: The Suds-o-Meter. Rankings will take into account looks, tastes, smells, inebriation levels, and all that other stuff that makes beer so good (or so bad).
Judging by the number of loyal regulars that file into Intermezzo Café every day, the place is not just another coffee house with humble beginnings - it's a culture. It shares a view of Franklin Field, the ice-skating rink and a sliver of train track. Intermezzo literally translates to, "in between," or, "an intermission between the acts of a play or opera.
"There's over 450 films that came out in 2008," Malcolm Lee, cousin of Spike Lee and writer/director of films such as "The Best Man" and "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins," stated. "In my opinion, I think that's way too many movies, because no movie gets an opportunity to really build an audience.