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  • Blood Brothers, The Dead Milkmen return to pay tribute to the late Dave Schulthise.

    print this article ARCHIVES . Articles November 11-17, 2004 [2004 issue index]      (previous week)     (following week)      Blood Brothers The Dead Milkmen return to pay tribute to the late Dave Schulthise. by Patrick Rapa news Battle Scars: A fledgling anti-war outfit sets up shop in Philly.—Mike Newall Too Fired Up?: Booze may have led...

    • Jan 4, 2022
  • icepack

    December 29, 2005-January 4, 2006 music icepack by A.D. Amorosi I’ll hold my caustic 2005 buh-byes for next week. I’m too freaked by you right now. Driving through town’s foggy humidity and hearing y’all headed to post-parent drunkathons on Christmas—so sad. No one loves Everynight like I. I invented Everynight. Dismiss family....

    • Dec 29, 2006
  • icepack

    July 27-August 2, 2006 Naked City : Icepack icepack by A.D. Amorosi I might not seem to care. But though I had the best week ever since our chat raight-heyuh last Thursday, it nearly turned to shite when I heard my ultimate Sal Pal — Sal Fasano — got chopped from the...

    • Jul 27, 2006
  • icepack

    May 11-17, 2006 Naked City : Icepack icepack by A.D. Amorosi Philly thrives on competition. If our teams were any better, you’d know that more readily. Hey. We don’t care who gets in our grill. Think an outsider like Trump throwing up a condo’s a threat? Fuck that. Every goombah buddy of...

    • May 11, 2006
  • icepack

    May 4-10, 2006 Naked City : Icepack icepack by A.D. Amorosi Last weekend—from Superfriendz ICA Penn Relay party to Thrilladelphia’s Hancock Street block party to the bad dancers at TLA’s Antibalas show on South Street—I was moved. Not just because each small, sturdy crowd was devoted to the entertainment at hand. Rather,...

    • May 4, 2006
  • March 23-29, 2006 Slant : Editor’s Letter Hatchet Job by Duane Swierczynski It’s high time I explained the icon that appears with this column. (No, it’s not my friendly way of saying, “Hey, I’m an axe murderer!”) The hatchet-and-cherries is a reference to that old fable about George Washington—with whom I share...

    • Jan 23, 2006
  • September 21-27, 2006 The Agenda : Picks Accidental Tourist Fran Capo With Coleman Green and Steve Balbier, Sat., Sept. 23, 9 p.m., $17.50, Comedy Cabaret, 1450 Rt. 70 East, Cherry Hill, N.J., 856-866-5653 Picky pretzel people pick pretzel perfect pretzels. Can you say that in under a second? Fran Capo can. In...

    • Jan 21, 2006
  • July 20-26, 2006 Arts Agenda : Galleries Galleries are usually open Tuesdays through Saturdays; please call the gallery for exact days and hours. Receptions are denoted by a E. 201 GALLERY, 1400 North American St., Suite 201, 215-236-2872. MYTH OF THE NARRATIVE ON FABRIC, Features silkscreen on hand-dyed fabric panels. Runs through...

    • Jan 20, 2006
  • icepack

    January 19-25, 2006 music icepack by A.D. Amorosi Young hipster doofuses, take note. Aging’s a tricky thing. One day you’re wearing pelvic-bone-prone white corduroys with a really ironic belt buckle that makes your equally clever buddies chuckle ever so slightly. (It’s never a full-on laugh, is it?) Then all those PBRs get...

    • Jan 19, 2006
  • June 15-21, 2006 The Agenda : Agenda Picks What We Heart Super-Soft Bikini-Ready Skin Mango Mélange Shea Soufflé, $26; Mango Mélange Body Cleansing Gel, $12.50; Mango Cocoa Butter Body Soufflé, $16; available at Brownstone Natural Hair & Barber Studio, 1729 South St., 215-545-2555 Bypass Bath & Body Works and leave the Calgon...

    • Jan 15, 2006

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