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FOOD
April 7, 2011 | By Michael Klein, Inquirer Columnist
A bit of a shuffle is underway in Manayunk. Saturday will be the final night for Mango Moon , the exotic Thai street-fooder that Moon Krapugthong opened in late 2008 at 4161 Main St. In the fall, Krapugthong plans to open Yanako , a Japanese-themed concept, up the street at 4410 Main St., where Mainly Shoes was. Yanako's food will be fresh and healthy with heavy (traditional) Japanese accents but served very simply/delicately, she says - "like the Japanese version of Chabaa Thai ," her other Thai restaurant, at 4371 Main St. in Manayunk.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 31, 2011
SOME 30 years ago, you could have gotten Duncan Jones' attention by using his childhood name - Zowie Bowie. Jones is singer David Bowie's son, and while he loves his dad, he's worked hard to distance himself professionally from the family name, to make it on his own as a movie director. (David Bowie's real last name is Jones; he changed it to avoid confusion with Davy Jones of The Monkees.) So Duncan is justly proud that his gig directing Jake Gyllenhaal in "Source Code" has nothing to do with Spiders from Mars, and everything to do with "Moon.
NEWS
February 27, 2011 | By Francesca Seritella, Inquirer Columnist
I figure, if something happens once every 372 years, it's worth staying up to see. At least, that was my logic at 3:17 a.m. the night I stood at my window and peered up at the lunar eclipse. Dec. 21 was the first time a lunar eclipse occurred on the winter solstice since 1638. To take you back to eighth-grade Earth Science for a minute: The winter solstice - in December in the Northern Hemisphere, June in the Southern - is the longest night of the year, when the earth is tilted as far from the sun as possible.
NEWS
January 31, 2011 | By Howard Shapiro, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Little Prince - beloved by many over the course of its 67 years - is a gentle, sweet fantasy that magnifies human behavior through the lens of existentialism. It's filled with metaphors, with many adult characters who represent some aspect of the human condition. The original story by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry seems made for puppetry, as a new version with actors and puppets clearly demonstrates, in a technically pumped but strangely distant production at Bristol Riverside Theatre.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 28, 2011 | By JONATHAN TAKIFF, takiffj@phillynews.com 215-854-5960
THIRTY-THREE (and a third) years ago, Brian Eno famously proposed a style (and album) of soothing, ambient music that he thought would be the perfect balm for weary travelers at the airport. Now Tom Moon , a musician/critic best known from his long stint at the Philadelphia Inquirer , is casting out a similar net to the stressed-out brand of road warrior who "huddles over their laptops" in hotel lobbies and also brings the work home. He's doing it with an energized yet easy-on-the-ears contemporary jazz group dubbed the Moon Hotel Lounge Project and a crafty debut album, "Into the Ojala" (Frosty Cordial Records)
ENTERTAINMENT
January 11, 2011 | By JONATHAN TAKIFF, staff
A portentious release date like 1/11/11 doesn't come along often. So what does today's haul deliver? A goodly share of sonic magic from jazz man/critic Tom Moon and nu-folkster Abigail Washburn, plus fresh slices of Cake, Edie Brickell and a ghostly nod from Tim Buckley. MOON HORNS IN: It's often said of critics that those who can't do, write about it. Yet Tom Moon, former music critic for the Philadelphia Inquirer , NPR correspondent and author of "1000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die," is also a jazz saxophone player who toured in his youth with Maynard Ferguson.
NEWS
November 16, 2010 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
Logan Pszalgowski can't believe his eyes. "I can see the whole moon," exclaims the 7-year-old Mount Laurel resident, his wonder-struck little voice rising into the night sky. Logan, his twin brother, Aidan, and their mother, Bonnie, are exploring the heavens through Steve Mattan's 80mm refracting telescope at a Star Watch sponsored by the Willingboro Astronomical Society. Mattan, 50, a software-development manager from Edgewater Park, is among about 20 amateur astronomers gathered in an open field near the Batsto Historic Village Visitor Center in Wharton State Forest.
NEWS
July 4, 2010 | By Carolyn Davis, Inquirer Staff Writer
Chester Park was filled with people craving the usual stuff of an Independence Day weekend festival, and there was plenty of food, vendors, games, and entertainment at Saturday's festivities to satisfy everyone. But the biggest craving this year was for something different - a reprieve from the violence that lately has engulfed the city's streets. Chester is holding its July Fourth weekend activities despite the state of emergency that Mayor Wendell N. Butler Jr. imposed last month - and that the City Council extended - after a series of shootings and homicides.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 1, 2010 | By Howard Gensler
"THE TWILIGHT SAGA" has rung up another record, proving once again that nothing rings a cash register like teenage girls. "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" took in more than $30 million from midnight screenings yesterday, according to distributor Summit Entertainment. That surpassed the previous midnight record of $26.3 million set on opening day last November by its predecessor, "The Twilight Saga: New Moon. " The huge start for "Eclipse" puts the latest chapter in the vampire-romance series on track for one of the biggest opening days ever.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 2010
7 p.m. National Geographic If you suffer from any kind of generalized anxiety disorder, you're probably going to want to take a pass on "Cosmic Collisions," a hair-raising hour that re-creates some of the most intense known smashups in the cosmos, including those that created Earth and the moon.
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