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New bistro boasts Main Line fare
staffplaylist JIMMY CROWELL / news editor
Pumped Up Kicks - Foster the People Kashmir - Led Zeppelin Secrets - One Republic
JENY VARUGHESE / a&e editor ALL PHOTOS/ CHRISTIAN LAMB/ STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
BY BRANDON DESIDERIO Asst. News Editor
jority of its patrons were in roni and cheese; the second fried chicken as well as the
opened up on Sugartown Road
Life After You - Daughtry Over My Head (Cable Car) - The Fray Know Your Enemy - Green Day
restaurant is very relaxing, with soft lighting and plush booths
Located in Devon Square Shopping Center, the upscale in Lancaster, as well as the fri trees, featuring sustainable, local and organic cheeses, vegetables
ket of fries that were included busy nature of the night. Our ap
tingly has a green and brown aesthetic, utilizing dark woods
taneously and shortly thereafter, ket. My cole slaw and ketch up were also in shot glasses, which was an interesting touch.
Application of the Week: Visit Bucks County
perspective, however, the res
tright Wetherill, Jr., also owns ecutive chef is Matt Schuler, who previously held the po sitions of chef and instruc
little bit pricey,” Jennifer Per
fun, adventurous night out. As
If you are looking to explore Bucks County, you can do so with Visit Bucks County, a new app available for the iPhone. For
Range Culinary Arts Center. would go on a college budget. Maybe on a date, possibly.”
Check out the calendar of your excursion with festivals or
strained our dinner options to the patrons appeared to be in at
BY CAROL DWYER Copy Editor
of anything too exotic or out wardly alien, and has a full
be of great use in getting around and enjoying the historic and sce nic area. Greeting you upon opening the including stores, inns, dining, en
ter, Facebook and Foursquare.
a nice visual hint at what to ex
your experience with “Share My
“About Bucks County” and with
quick reference to spots you want to revisit.
especially on the Main Line.
jor, said. “But it was good for a yuppie restaurant.” a great way to start your visit. Open up “Explore Bucks
that the app is currently available on Blackberry and Android. Further listings on visitor centers handy,” Bencivengo said. Whether or not you have been to Bucks County, this app will experiences. thing for everyone: history buffs, Ella’s American Bistro, which is located in Wayne, provides a menu of enviornmentally-conscious entrees.
PHILADELPHIA INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW
WORLD CULTURE DAY: CHINESE NEW YEAR CELEBRATION
ABINGTON ART CENTER SOLO SERIES OPENING
Features over 700 vehicles featuring classic, luxury, pre-production and exotic models.
Celebrate the year of the Dragon with family and friends and take part in fun activities and music performances.
Enjoy four seperate shows featuring different artists works featuring paintings, photography and graphic print works.
Pennsylvania Convention Center, (1101 Arch St., Philadelphia), $12, 12 p.m. - 10 p.m.
Penn Museum, (3260 South St., Philadelphia), free, 11 a.m.
Abington Art Center, (515 Meetinghouse Rd., Jenkintown), free, 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
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Students receive advice on dating BlogRoll: BY KRISTINE SEMPTIMPHELTER Asst. Perspective Editor College dating coaches, Dave Ahdott and
choose her bachelor of choice by only ask ing questions. When asked if he could be any
Funny in Philadelphia
answer stole the show. “I would be Captain Crunch,” Mazepa
BY SEAN COLLINS Asst. News Editor
Café on Monday, Jan. 23. In Grace Hall,
Everybody loves to laugh. pus wearing only leggings, Ugg boots and North Face jackets, which are known to be
not have won the heart of our lady contes it is not easy to always keep a Ahdott and Fixell shared their experienc es and advice for all types of dating. Always Funny in Philadelphia.”
regular hot spot, Brownies. Ahdott and Fixell are two lifelong friends
onstrated how to practice your kissing skills clubs. It will even keep you up to
of 2008. As luck would have it they received thou sands of responses. Now, nearly 200 double
onstrating. “Overall I found the whole show interest
Love. thing you are really into, the news
college dating coaches. Ahdott and Fixell pranced around the
blog is interesting to read. For
and everything in between. Having trouble
play. With dati
nia Senator Arlen Specter appear
versities to colleges and share their experi ences with young college students.
trait that not every average guy can show and
be funny. run and edited by Andrew Al
to adapt to the surroundings and lifestyle of
ed, to know that there are good relationships out there. You just have to be willing to look content is free and anyone with a
jor, was one of the few lucky students who volunteered on stage for the show. Mazepa participated in an old fashioned
to contribute. KRS52@CABRINI.EDU
roots as well as its sense of hu videos presented on the blog are a few of the jokes in the articles. Either way, you are sure to enjoy
to be seen while in town and polls on how funny followers consider Another feature that really it is a real haven for local up and a joke you think others will get a kick out of, post it here. If you up, here is the place to post your video. ALL PHOTOS/ LAURA GALLAGHER/ ASST. A&E EDITOR
like to know what is going on
Top: The dating coaches talks to students in Grace Hall and demonstrates dating tips to students while entertaining them for the evening. Middle Top: Gregory Robinson, sophomore political science and business major, talks about a bad date he previously had. Middle Bottom: Danielle Carolyn, senior special elementary education major, talks to the dating coaches. Bottom Left: One of the events of the night was a fake and old fashioned dating game that students participated in. Bottom Right: Students gathered in Grace Hall Atrium to talk to dating coaches, Dave Ahdott and Ethan Fixell. SFC35@CABRINI.EDU
MONDAY “I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE” Enjoy this Off-Broadway long running musical as it explores relationships.
The Pines Dinner Theatre, (448 N. 17th St., Allentown), $48.20, 2 p.m. & 8 p.m.
TUESDAY BLOGGING WORKSHOP
WEDNESDAY BEADING BASICS
This workshop will feature Stefan Roots and publisher of The Chester City Blog to help you learn the criterias for getting a blog up and running.
Learn the basics of single strand beading and
J. Lewis Crozer Library, (620 Engle St., Chester), free, 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Queen Village Art Center, (514 Brainbridge St., Philadelphia), $37, 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
bring them, if not it will be provided.
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‘Shameless’ brings the heat in season 2 BY MELANIE GREENBERG Managing Editor
and deadbeat father of six, continues to dling disability checks, we get the chance pay off a debt; a debt in which the youngest care for her younger siblings this season while struggling with her decision not to
Shameless, a drama based on the British series with the same name, airs on showtime on Sunday nights at 10 p.m./ 9 p.m. central.
son two. With the Gallagher house bursting
van no less. blowing objects to pieces, killing stray ani setting up for every character to begin to fall apart.
for Fiona. this season. While the pressure Fiona feels
house over her agoraphobia, it is likely af ter the landing gear nearly fell on top of her that she will regress back to square one. Luckily for Frank, who has been
saster that is Frank Gallagher. Slowly his
the series now, but not so lucky for view ers who enjoyed seeing a genuine char challenge. Since Sheila has absolutely no
‘After Lately’ keeps viewers laughing for more BY LAURA GALLAGHER Asst. A&E Editor
overall self. Heather McDonald is anoth
If you are looking for a new television people on the show who have different and one better then Chelsea Handler and her tertaining. what goes on before and after her show second season. getting their perspective as well as show they do to produce a good show for Han
in the show are usually pulling pranks on
on the show.
Brunelle, created the show. It is directed by
and there are certain people she will always
“After Lately” is a show based on the before and after of the show “Chelsea Lately.”
are Brad Wollack and Johnny Milord. Bor reer and her fan base continues to grow. A show. cast. episode usually consists of a guest appear
Handler is developing a brand for her self and the guests that appear on the show
outlandish things to entertain her on the as Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Spelling, Guilana Rancic and Jewell along
Published on May 14, 2012