Monthly Archive: February, 2020

Meet Philly retro-rockers Vixen 77, listen to their new single “Little Witch” – The Key

Vixen 77 | photo by Nicole Osnato | courtesy of the artist
Vixen 77 | photo by Nicole Osnato | courtesy of the artist

[ from WXPN’s The Key] had [his] first encounter with Philly rock five-piece Vixen 77 last Thursday night at Ortlieb’s, where they played an explosive set opening up for the first week of Queen Vice’s Royal Residency. 

“Little Witch” is built around dueling guitar arpeggios — one distorted, one clean — moving to a swinging beat while Clouser’s vocal delive

Historic Preservation | Weitzman School

Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site Photo Darryl Moran courtesy Eastern State Penitentiary Historic SiteIn an essay in the newly-published volume Values in Heritage Management: Emerging Approaches and Research Directions (Getty Conservation Institute, 2019), Randall Mason, an associate professor in the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, explains how Philadelphia’s iconic Eastern State Penitentiary is both an archive of past events and agent of contemporary social change....

Death Cafe NW Philadelphia

NW Philadelphia Death Café launches Thursday February 20, 2PM- 4PM. We will gather to eat cake, drink tea and discuss death.

Our objective is “to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives.” This is a discussion group with no agenda or objectives, and is not a substitute for grief support. Cake, coffee and tea provided. All are welcome!

Facilitated by Maggie Beaumont.

Source: Death Cafe NW Philadelphia