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House Party at Bucknell University was a springtime rite of passage for decades of students, a weekend of live outdoor music, grilled food, and a festival atmosphere on campus. But the weekend was also known as a hazy few days of debauchery. Among
Temple University's annual Spring Fling celebration, a decades-long tradition, has been canceled because of pervasive drinking, the Philadelphia school said. After the 2013 Spring Fling, the third Wednesday of April, was marred by drinking and a West
The event featured dog-focused vendors, music, food, and fun doggy costumes to celebrate everything canine. Dogs and people alike enjoyed Union Square in the great afternoon weather. Union Square went to the dogs this Sunday as som|dog hosted its
The selected tunes have pretty melodies and are energetic, he added. With the Yuba-Sutter Symphony and guest vocalists Candee Parker and Keith Gagnon, the concert is at 7 p.m. at St...Selected music includes "Defying Gravity" from Broadway's "Wicked";
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That phenomenon is the theme of The Spring Fling: The Morning After, a somewhat uneven collection of short plays, featuring a performance by the playwright of the moment, Annie Baker ( The Flick and others). The undisputed highlight is Nick Jones's
Uptown's Market Days return, the Spring Fling Carnival continues and the rescheduled Furry 5K will be run today. Here's a sample of what's going on in the Chattahoochee Valley this weekend: Uptown's Market Days: Each Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon,
Enter door prize drawings daily at participating businesses to win The Golden Egg. There is no purchase necessary, but only those 18 or older may enter. Some businesses will let customers pick a special egg when they make a purchase. Eggs may contain
37 PM, updated March 15, 2013 at 2:00 PM The Center Point Women's Preservation Society will host their Spring Fling Fashion Show and Tablescape fundraiser at Hilldale Baptist Church, Sat., March 23, at 11 a.m.
The event will have speakers, vendors, a cooking lesson, a luncheon and a kitchen herb garden workshop. Many of the local non-profits will have displays, letting the public know about their mission, what they are accomplishing and what help they need.