View more than forty works by Vincent van Gogh—never before seen together—during Van Gogh Up Close at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Hours & Tickets Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday: 11 a.m. – 8:45 p.m. Weekend: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Extended weekend hours until 6 p.m. from April 7 – […]

Former Penn State coach Joe Paterno is not dead as the media has been misinforming the public. In this day an age news spreads faster with the use of social media, which means that when you address something as serious as a death the facts need to be there. Joe Pa is indeed facing extreme […]

It’s getting a little more expensive to have a Starbucks habit. The Seattle-based coffee company (SBUX) said Tuesday that it would hike prices by an average of 1% in the Northeast and Sunbelt regions, where prices haven’t been raised in roughly five years. Starbucks is following the lead of other food companies, including McDonald’s and […]

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LeSean McCoy & Dj Damage hand out Turkeys at The Villa

Q Deezy and Hot 1079 Philly made some loyal fan’s holidays by giving away turkey’s for Thanksgiving. Check out the pictures below…

In the mist of all the crazy things that are happening in the world, there are still some positive things to look forward to. On Tuesday November 15th Philadelphia Eagles player Asante Samuel hosted an his Charity Poker Tournament at the beautiful Whisper Nightclub. The event benefited his own foundation called Bring it Home Single […]

Just in time for Black Marriage Day tomorrow, Lamar and Ronnie Tyler the couple behind “Happily Ever After”and “You Saved Me” present their new film “Men Ain’t Boys.” The Tyler’s traveled across the country to interview 45 men and multiple experts about the true definition of manhood in the Black community. A resounding theme in […]

The devastating tornado that ravaged the city of Joplin, Mo has left at least 116 people dead in the nation’s deadliest tornado in over 60 years according to reports. Houses are piled on top of each other like building blocks, 2 ton trucks thrown into trees like basketballs, and numerous cars crushed like soda cans. […]

Since the recession in 2008, many U.S. churches have seen a decline in giving. But the tide may be changing. The third annual State of the Plate constituency survey of 1,507 churches revealed that 43 percent of these churches experienced an uptick in giving this past year (up from 36 percent the previous year). Overall, […]

Historically underrepresented groups such as African-Americans, Hispanics and Native Americans are eligible for millions of dollars in grants. Of particular note are those fields that have been traditionally lacking diversity, such as the sciences and business. There  are many organizations willing to help out in these trying times. The Multicultural Advertising Intern Program through the […]