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October 21, 2014

The Headhouse Shambles Hosts A Pumpkin Fall Fest Complete With Shopping From PHAIR, Pumpkin Painting, Music And More, October 25

Celebrate all things fall at the annual South Street Headhouse District Pumpkin Fall Fest, returning this Saturday, October 25. From noon to 5 p.m., fall-centric activities for children and adults alike will fill the historic Headhouse Shambles. Enjoy hay rides, pumpkin painting, crafts from Fleisher Art Memorial’s ColorWheels mobile art studio, storytelling, circus aerial performances, […]

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October 20, 2014

The Rittenhouse Neighborhood Celebrates Halloween With A Free Trick-Or-Treating Celebration On Saturday, October 25

Children dressed in their Halloween best will fill the Rittenhouse neighborhood this weekend for an annual trick-or-treating extravaganza. This Saturday, October 25, the Rittenhouse Row neighborhood invites costumed guests out for a day of free trick-or-treating throughout the area. Participating Rittenhouse Row member businesses will hand out free Halloween candy to all participating costumed trick-or-treaters, […]

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October 20, 2014

N3RD Street Farmers Market Hosts A Special Pop-Up Market Featuring One-Time-Only Federal Donuts Flavors, This Tuesday, October 21

Comforting fall flavors come together at special edition of the weekly N3RD St. Farmers’ Market in Old City. Tomorrow, October 21, N3RD St. Farmers’ Market and Federal Donuts will team up to reveal exclusive one-time-only donut flavors inspired by the fresh goods at the N3RD St. Farmers Market. Fill up on flavors including plum butter […]

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October 20, 2014

East Passyunk Avenue’s Witch Craft Beer Crawl Returns To 13 Bars Throughout The Neighborhood, This Wednesday, October 22

Calling all witches and warlocks! East Passyunk Avenue’s Witch Craft Beer Crawl returns this Wednesday, October 22 to take over 13 bars throughout the bustling neighborhood. At the annual Witch Craft Beer Crawl, a ticket fee of $6.66 gets you a witch hat, $3 craft beer at 13 participating bars and a witch craft stamp […]

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October 17, 2014

Coming Attraction: Century 21, A High-End Discount Retailer, Will Open Its First Philadelphia Store On Tuesday, October 28

Calling all deal hunters. Opening its first Philadelphia store on Tuesday, October 28, Century 21 will soon bring designer duds at a major discount (up to 65 percent off!) to shoppers at The Gallery. A 100,000-square-foot department store, the Philadelphia outpost of Century 21 is not only the store’s first Philadelphia location, but also its […]

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October 17, 2014

Weekend Picks: Harry Potter Festival, Reading Terminal Market Harvest Festival, Dilworth Park OctoberFest, Thirstoberfest, Terror Behind The Walls, Clover Market, Final Days Of PHS Pop-Up And More

Here comes another big weekend, Philadelphia. Fall festivals fill practically every neighborhood in the city and countryside Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The blockbuster Harry Potter Festival hits Chestnut Hill this weekend — Friday and Saturday — and turns the neighborhood into Diagon Alley complete with a Potter Pub Crawl, a quidditch match, sorting hat demonstration, […]

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October 17, 2014

Historic Bristol Day Returns Under A Delaware River Theme With Exhibits, Tours, A Regatta, Music And More, Saturday, October 18

Celebrate Bristol at its annual Historic Bristol Day, which hits the Bucks County town this Saturday, October 18. This year, the Delaware River takes the spotlight as the festival centers around the river’s impact on Bristol and the Delaware River’s important role in history. Bristol’s waterfront location made it an important transportation hub and a […]

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October 16, 2014

Tonight Picks: The Philadelphia Film Festival Kicks Off, Terror Behind The Walls, Last Call For The PHS Pop-Up Garden, DesignPhiladelphia, Third Thursdee At Pizza Brain And More

We’re just a little more than a week away from Halloween, but there’s already plenty of fun brewing in Philadelphia. Tonight, the Philadelphia Film Festival starts its 10-day run of bringing the best in new cinema to Philadelphia theaters. The festival starts with an opening-night screening of Birdman, an already-lauded film starring a cast of […]

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October 16, 2014

The Schuylkill River Park Fall Festival Brings A Petting Zoo, Crafts, Music, Games And More To Schuylkill River Park, This Saturday, October 18

A fall celebration fills Schuylkill River Park, located at Pine and Taney streets, this Saturday, October 18. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., head out for a fall festival featuring a variety of alfresco fun for children and adults alike. Enjoy a variety of fall crafts, games, face painting, a raffle, food and drinks, shopping […]

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October 16, 2014

Fill Up On Home Brewed Beer, Ribs And Mac And Cheese At The Made On American Street Block Party, This Sunday, October 19

Beer, ribs and mac and cheese, three glorious things, come together for the Made on American Street block party, which is set to fill the street in front of the Philly Homebrew Outlet in Northern Liberties. This Sunday, October 19, celebrate the city’s homebrewers at an afternoon festival and rib competition. Sip all of the […]

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