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December 14, 2012

Roundup: Top Picks For Where To Enjoy New Year’s Eve Dinner In Philadelphia

Ring in the New Year at Philadelphia’s top restaurants with dinner specials, festive celebrations and champagne toasts. This year is extra-flexible with the return of two sets of (free!) fireworks shows on the Delaware River Waterfront, at 6 p.m. and midnight. Enjoy the 6 p.m. show with kids, or not, followed by dinner and a […]

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December 10, 2012

Roundup: Top Picks For Restaurants Serving Christmas Eve Or Christmas Day Dinner In Philadelphia

You’ve spent the past few weeks preparing for the holidays by wrapping presents, hanging stockings and decorating the tree, so it’s time to take a break and let some of the region’s top chefs take care of your holiday meal. From extravagant brunches to fanciful feasts, restaurants throughout the Philadelphia area will make your Christmas […]

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November 14, 2012

Roundup: Our Top Picks For Where To Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner At Philadelphia Restaurants

Update: As of November 8, 2013, we have published a brand new Thanksgiving Dinner guide which you can check out right here. Looking to enjoy a Thanksgiving feast without worrying about cooking and cleaning up? Want to spend the morning at the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade and not worry about overcooking your turkey? Let the […]

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June 1, 2012

“Friday Nights Under the Stars” Returns To Brandywine Polo Club Starting Tonight: Polo Games, Live Music, BBQ, Local Wine Outside On The Lawn

Starting tonight, June 1, through August 31 relish warm Friday nights in Chester County with the return of Friday Nights Under the Stars at the Brandywine Polo Club in Kennet Square, where polo games, live music, southern BBQ and regional wines bring the country side to life. Intra-club polo games begin at 5:30 pm, followed […]

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May 18, 2012

“Paddle Penn’s Landing” Returns With Kayaks And Swan Boats To The Delaware River Waterfront This Saturday, May 19

Philadelphia won’t leave you up the creek without a paddle this summer with the return of “Paddle Penn’s Landing,” a relaxing and hands-on way to experience the Delaware River. Starting this Saturday, May 19, boating enthusiasts of all ages and experience levels can explore Penn’s Landing by renting a swan boat or a kayak. Boats […]

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May 16, 2012

Delaware River Day Returns To The Penn’s Landing Marina This Saturday, May 19 With Free Sailing Trips, Ship Tours And Discounted Admission To The Independence Seaport Museum

Philadelphia is starting the summer early this year with Delaware River Day, an afternoon celebrating the beginning of the boating season and educating the community about marine safety. The party will take place this Saturday, May 19 at the Penn’s Landing Marina, where adults and kids alike can enjoy free music, face painting, life jacket […]

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May 10, 2012

The “Free At The Kimmel” Live Music Series Continues In May And June With Diverse Plaza Programming And Food And Drink Specials

Cheap is good but free is better at the Kimmel Center, where “Free at the Kimmel” continues for another season this May and June. “Free at the Kimmel” offers the Philadelphia community a diverse and exciting sample of phenomenal musical talent, engaging arts discussions and family-friendly performances free of charge. For family-oriented folks, the Kimmel […]

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April 6, 2012

The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Presents The “Data Garden Quartet,” A Motion-Sensitive Plant-Controlled Audio Installation, April 13-15

April 13-15, the Philadelphia Museum of Art will host the Data Garden Quartet, a paradoxical performance converting the essence of living plants into computerized data in order to create music that is both organic and electronic. Sensors will attach four large tropical plants to a computer, transforming the very physiology of the living specimens into […]

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March 30, 2012

Mural Arts Declares April “Restorative Justice Month”: Special Tours, Paint Days, A Symposium And More

The Mural Arts Program has declared April Restorative Justice Month with special events aimed at drawing attention to their efforts to reconcile city offenders with the community. Restorative justice is a concept of justice that involves the victim, the offender and the community working together through the difficult process of healing. Applying this theory in […]

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March 26, 2012

InterAct Theatre Company’s “Outside The Frame” Festival, Four Weeks Of Nationally-Renowned Work, Kicks Off March 27

InterAct Theatre Company is giving us a lot more than we bargained for with an 8-for-1 special. For the very first time, the company is replacing its third production of the season with a four-week long theatre festival entitled “Outside the Frame: Voices From the Other America.” Seven works by nationally-renowned story-tellers, solo artists and […]

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