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Author : Kiddy Vanchhawng

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World News

Sturgill Simpson - TLA - Sept. 18

Philadelphia is not known as a haven for country music, but you wouldn’t know it during Sturgill Simpson’s show at TLA last Friday night. An eclectic mix of hipsters and country fans packed the TLA – a diverse mix of facial hair floating over a sea of flannel – all excited to see the alt-country star. 738 more words


It's spontaneous, baby!: Writing that changes you

When someone asks me what I do I often have a hard time saying what that is. Well, that’s not exactly true — I can tell you… 578 more words

Journaling Techniques & Prompts


One of the things I love about this year of 50 shows is that my friends are so generous in sharing their music and concert experiences with me. 617 more words


In Photos: Catfish and the Bottlemen at Philadelphia's TLA (9/15)

Catfish and the Bottlemen, the Welsh band that’s become a sensation in the UK, opened their 2015 North American Tour at the TLA in Philadelphia last night in support of their debut LP, … 263 more words

Concert Reviews

Alumni News

Jessica Milligin, Humanities and Cultural Studies 2013, was accepted into Stanford’s Master of Arts in Latin American Studies. She begins her studies this fall. 487 more words

Communication And Media Studies

Discussion "The Right Word in the Right Place"

Topic: Mark Twain once said, “To get the right word in the right place is a rare achievement. To condense the diffused light of a page of thought into the luminous flash of a single sentence, is worthy to rank as a prize composition just by itself … Anybody can have ideas–the difficulty is to express them without squandering a quire of paper on an idea that ought to be reduced to one glittering paragraph.” Respond to Twain’s words from your personal experience as a writer.

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