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January 28, 2015

Tonight Picks: Center City Restaurant Week, Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday At The PMA, Meat Week At Percy Street, Pizza Week At Pizzeria Stella, Happy Hour At Kensington Quarters And More

Little Nonna's

It’s a great night to dine out in Philly, folks. Center City Restaurant Week is in its final week of three-course lunches and dinners this winter. Visit one of more than 100 participating restaurants for a dinner deal on this chilly night. Other dining options abound, too: Percy Street Barbecue and Pizzeria Stella also continue […]

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January 28, 2015

Coming Attraction: Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography Of Jacques Lowe Visits The National Constitution Center, February 13-September 7

National Constitution Center

At the National Constitution Center on Independence Mall, the story of “We the people” is told through high-tech exhibits, artifacts, interactive displays and amazing exhibitions. This February, one of American history’s most compelling figures will be explored in the special exhibition Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe, running February 13 through September 7. […]

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January 28, 2015

Varga Bar’s Annual Super Fowl Competition Pits Amateur Versus Professional In A Super Bowl Wing Cook-Off, This Sunday, February 1

Varga Bar’s Annual Super Fowl Competition Pits Amateur Versus Professional In A  Super Bowl Wing Cook-Off, This Sunday, February 1

Take a big bite out of Super Bowl weekend at the annual Super Fowl Competition, a festive wing-off event at Varga Bar in Washington Square West. The craft beer bar’s own wings — fall-off-the bone duck confit chicken wings with pomegranate molasses-bourbon-chili sauce — are stellar, truly among the best wings in the city. This […]

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January 28, 2015

The Rosenbach Museum And Library Presents Everything Is Going On Brilliantly: Oscar Wilde And Philadelphia, Open Through April 26

Rosenbach Museum and Library

The Rosenbach Museum and Library is celebrating the work of Irish writer and poet Oscar Wilde and his Philadelphia connections with a special exhibition — Everything is Going on Brilliantly: Oscar Wilde and Philadelphia. Throughout the exhibition, guests will find unpublished materials that are on view for the first time ever and items from private […]

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January 28, 2015

The American Swedish Historical Museum Hosts Its Annual Pea Soup And Punsch Dinner, Saturday, January 31

The American Swedish Historical Museum Hosts Its Annual Pea Soup And Punsch Dinner, Saturday, January 31

In a cold weather funk? Find relief at the American Swedish Historical Museum during its annual Pea Soup and Punsch Supper. This Saturday, January 31, shake off the chill and warm up Swedish style with an evening of steamy soup and strong drink. This annual event, hosted by the museum’s Pea Soup Committee, kicks off […]

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January 28, 2015

A Cast Of Locally Renowned Actors Pay Tribute To 400 Years Of Social Activism In Voices Of A People’s History Of The United States, January 29-31

Plays and Players Theatre

Four hundred years of activism lights up the stage when Plays and Players Theatre hosts Voices of a People’s History of the United States, January 29-31. Featuring speeches, songs and more, this powerful production draws on excerpts from the book of the same name edited by Anthony Arnove and noted historian, author and avid social […]

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January 28, 2015

Our Guide To The Philadelphia Auto Show, Which Returns With Cool Cars, Special Events, Test Drives And More, January 31-February 8

Philadelphia Auto Show

The Philadelphia Auto Show races into town on Saturday, January 31 and stays put at the Pennsylvania Convention Center through February 8. Check out (and learn about) cars of all sort — from soon-to-be released models to classic cars that used to rule the road — while also test driving cars from Jeep and Toyota. […]

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January 27, 2015

Major Coming Attraction: The Philadelphia Museum Of Art To Be The Only U.S. Stop For A Tremendous International Exhibition Of Monet, Renoir, Degas And More This Summer

Major Coming Attraction: The Philadelphia Museum Of Art To Be The Only U.S. Stop For A Tremendous International Exhibition Of Monet, Renoir, Degas And More This Summer

Monet, Pissarro, Renoir, Sisley, Degas and Manet are among the most celebrated names in fine art today, but these Impressionists might not have known success without the support of one ambitious Parisian art dealer: Paul Durand-Ruel. Lovers of these and other great Impressionist artists largely have Durand-Ruel to thank for recognizing the beauty of the […]

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January 27, 2015

The Barnes Foundation Invites Guests To Enjoy Complimentary Admission For Its Free First Sunday Event, This Sunday, February 1

The Barnes Foundation

Leave your wallet at home this weekend: The Barnes Foundation will open its doors for free in celebration of the first Sunday of the month. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., visit the museum and enjoy its collection and special exhibitions in addition to a slew of special programs. Guests can look forward to a […]

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January 27, 2015

The Academy of Natural Sciences’ Mega-Bad Movie Night Goes On The Road To Bryn Mawr With Free Beer And Popcorn, Thursday, January 29

Bryn Mawr Film Institue

Atomic radiation! Mysterious deaths! Giant ants! This week, the

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