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July 25, 2014

Save The Date: Philadelphia’s 2014 Fringe Festival Arrives With Hundreds Of Shows September 5-21 And Its Annual Culinary Bash, Feastival, Thursday, September 18

Every fall, Philadelphia’s arts scene steps up its game from consistently amazing to truly phenomenal with the advent of the annual Fringe Festival, now in its 18th year of bringing progressive performers from near and far to Philadelphia stages and places. The Philadelphia Fringe Festival returns September 5-21, with 17 days filled with hundreds of […]

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July 25, 2014

Woodmere Art Museum In Chestnut Hill Showcases The Work Of Philly Artist Theresa Bernstein In A Century In Art, Opening Saturday, July 26

Continuing its quest to showcase Philadelphia’s best artists, Woodmere Art Museum presents the already-renowned A Century in Art. This very special exhibit features more than 50 works from the late Theresa Bernstein, a prolific artist whose work chronicled everyday life in the twentieth century and brought fringe groups like immigrants and suffragettes into the public […]

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July 25, 2014

Weekend Picks: Visit Philly Beer Garden Series At Spruce Street Harbor Park, East Passyunk Car Show And Street Festival, Free Movie Screenings, Final Days Of Old City Restaurant Week And University City Dining Days, XPoNential Music Festival And More

If there was ever a night made to check out a beer garden, tonight is that night. It’s absolutely beautiful outside — sunny, clear and completely humidity-free. Luckily, the Visit Philly Beer Garden Series is heading back to one of the standout stars of the Philadelphia’s summer attractions: the amazing Spruce Street Harbor Park at […]

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July 25, 2014

Shop The Stadler-Kahn One-Day Off-Site Garage Sale Of Dreams For Sweet Summer Deals, This Sunday, July 27

Every summer, the dog days bring sweet retail therapy with ubiquitous end-of-summer sales. This Sunday, July 27, incredible one-of-a-kind finds in the style of Rittenhouse Square textile and design shop Stadler-Kahn will be on sale, too — but not at the shop. Stadler-Kahn, an “elevated five & dime,” stocks gorgeous gifts, vintage objects, fine art […]

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July 25, 2014

University City District’s 40th Street Summer Series Continues With Raphael Xavier And Bobby Zankel & The Warriors Plus The Avalon String Band, Saturday, July 26

Few things make a better pairing than summer and live music. While some of this summer’s concerts require purchasing a ticket purchase and planning ahead, many are free and open to the public, making for the perfect option for last-minute diversions. On the west side of the Schuylkill River, University City District ups the cool […]

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July 25, 2014

Head To Mt. Airy For Its Finally Friday Festivities Featuring Music, Free Beer, Shopping, Food Discounts And More, Today, July 25

The final Friday of the month in Mt. Airy means live music, free beer, food discounts, shopping and more in celebration of its monthly Finally Friday event. Today, July 25, head to the bustling neighborhood for a variety of specials to get you ready for the weekend. Start the party with free beer tastings at […]

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July 24, 2014

Reminder! The Visit Philly Beer Garden Series Returns To Spruce Street Harbor Park This Friday, July 25 Starting At 4 P.M. With An Expanded Beer Garden Area, Deals On Local Brews, Giveaways And More

Who’s ready for another spectacular summer weekend in Philadelphia? The weather forecast calls for yet one more phenomenal weekend of sunny skies and moderate heat, which makes for the perfect setting to spend an evening outdoors with a beer in hand. Fortunately, the Visit Philly Beer Garden Series continues! This week, Friday, July 25, the […]

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July 24, 2014

Tonight Picks: Free Concert At Spruce Street Harbor Park, Free Movie Screenings Across The City, University City Dining Days, Pairings On The Parkway And More

Gear up for the weekend at a ton of outdoor (and indoor) happenings all over the city. Thursday nights mean free movie screenings all around the city — Ride Along at Penn’s Landing, Zoolander at the Schuylkill Banks and Jingle Bell Rocks! at Clark Park. Tonight, a special event arrives at Spruce Street Harbor Park, […]

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July 24, 2014

Reminder: The Philadelphia Orchestra Accompanies BYOB Screenings Of West Side Story And Star Trek Into Darkness At The Mann, July 30-31

Summer nights are meant to be spent outside. This summer, The Philadelphia Orchestra takes the stage at The Mann Center for the Performing Arts to perform the soundtrack to a number of feature films. The three-night series started last week with Gladiator Live, but luckily, there’s still plenty of opportunities to take advantage of the […]

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July 24, 2014

Shakespeare In Clark Park Returns With A Huge Production Of Henry IV Featuring A 100-Person Battle Scene And More, July 30-August 3

Alfresco iambic pentameter, anyone? Now in its ninth season, Shakespeare in Clark Park revisits the West Philadelphia green space for another summer of free outdoor theatrical performances. Opening on Wednesday, July 30 and playing nightly at 7 p.m. through Sunday, August 3, the talented team behind Shakespeare in Clark Park presents its rendition of the […]

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