Nothing gets us wastedbuzzed psyched more than a great happy hour deal! After plenty of research, we have struck gold. Let’s face it, we’re all desperate to save our dolla dolla billz and, as per usual, UTB has answered your prayers. Here are the 6 winners!
1. Harvest Seasonal Grill
Despite public misconception, Harvest reigns supreme in this contest. For all of you who think this eatery and bar is out of your price range…false. What IS true is that your $ will get you food that actually tastes good (gasp!). Besides having 41 affordable, low-cal meal options (swimsuit season!) their drink deals will put your money where you want it…in your pocket, duh.
Happy hour 4-6 every glorious day: $3 Draft Beers, $4 House Wines By the Glass, $5 Select Specialty Cocktails
Meet Henry, an orange and white tabby. Henry went missing late Wednesday night and is still (as far as we know) wandering somewhere around West Philadelphia. This is so sad that we want to punch the world in the face. We found this flyer on the 40th block of Spruce, so it’s possible that he may be lurking around campus. Henry, we’ll be sure to keep an eye out for you, lil’ guy!
Update: Henry was found! Woohoo! Party at Henry’s house!
Give it up for Abby, Liddy, and Mary Anne, everybody. Today they rolled out one of the most brilliant political campaign strategies ever: a parody of Justin Timberlake’s sexiest, spiciest single promoting daddy’s platform and calling out his whack competitors. Sasha and Malia, you two better step up your GAME if you want your dad reelected, little girls. This presidential race ain’t child’s play anymore. Huntsman daughters are BRINGING IT. Hard. All y’all other Republican candidates got BURNED. It’s Huntsman, bitch.
Hear ye, hear ye, O creative ones! University City District is calling for submissions to redesign the streetlamp banners on Baltimore Avenue between 45th and 50th streets—another opportunity to literally get your name art in lights. Whether you’re artistically inclined or still can’t color inside the lines, UCD wants your ideas. Individuals can submit multiple designs, the best of which will reflect Baltimore Avenue and the surrounding neighborhood. In addition the having his or her work displayed on 70 banners beginning spring 2012, the winner gets $300 cash and $200 in gift certificates to University City restaurants. Not too shabby!
Graffiti and smokers and pledging, oh my! It’s time for our favorite biannual journey through the movers and shakers of our fair university. Who made it into the fall classes of Penn’s senior societies? Find out after the jump, duh. And this year, for the first time ever, stay tuned soon for the Oracle, Onyx, Cipactli and Hexagon inductees later on. Hooray networking!
Mary Anne, Abby, and Liddy, the three oldest daughters of Jon Huntsman, have taken the presidential campaign to twitter. @Jon2012girls chronicles the daily lives of the campaign trail, from mid-afternoon planking to their favorite mode of transportation (spoiler alert: it’s a PT Cruiser). These twenty-somethings are riding Daddy’s coattails all across the nation and tweeting the juicy details along the way. What breaking points have we gathered? Rock, paper, scissors is an important decision-making tool and the official drink of the Huntsman family is gin with St. Germain and soda. #titillating
Oh, DP crime log, how we’ve missed you. For weeks you bored us with tales of bike theft and low-grade CVS heists, but no more! You’re back with all the weird dirt that we’ve been missing. Join us as we dive into the stupid world of West Philly crime.
The recently re-christened Rave Cinema played host to some internal intrigue on October 1st when it was reported that someone had allegedly removed money from a safe within the theater. If this isn’t a sign of the apocalypse, I’m not sure what is – when our own shabby, loud, and overpriced movie theater can’t fix its problems with a name change and is forced into cannibalizing itself, we might soon be without a place to see blockbusters avec running commentary. The end times, they are upon us.
We did some serious investigate reporting (read: eating) at the “new” Greek Lady this morning and were pleasantly surprised to find the prices haven’t budged and the menu changed only slightly. We were greeted by a spankin’ new laminated breakfast menu and an Ancient Grecian aesthetic. Could this really be the same Greek Lady (@ Penn) we’d all grown to love? Judging from the same omelets, french fries and salads our favorite lady has indeed, stayed true to her roots.