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Philadelphia Events for Monday, January 28
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December 28, 2012

Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival’s Documentaries & Dialogue Series Is Back Starting Monday, January 7

The Philadelphia Jewish Film Festival continues its 32nd Season with its acclaimed Documentaries & Dialogue Series, screening documentary films from the UK, Israel, Austria, Germany and the United States. Five Philadelphia premiere screenings will highlight the best of independent Jewish Documentary Cinema today starting with a special Opening Night, Monday, January 7, at 7:30 p.m. […]

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January 4, 2013

The Free Library Celebrates The 200th Publication Anniversary Of Pride And Prejudice With A Day-Long Celebration On January 28

January 28, 2013 marks the 200th publication anniversary of Jane Austen’s iconic novel Pride and Prejudice. In honor of the special occasion, the Free Library is hosting “Pride and Prejudice at 200,” a day-long celebration of the novel at the Parkway Central Library, neighborhood libraries around the city and online at freelibrary.org. See below for […]

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December 21, 2012

Assistance Brings Ferociously Funny Office Politics To The Wilma Theater, Starting January 2

Being a lowly assistant to an onerous boss can be a real drag, or it can be the source of scathing wit, as happens with Assistance, an Off-Broadway hit that begins an uproarious one-month run at The Wilma Theater on January 2. This sharply written show makes keen observations of office politics as seen through […]

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January 8, 2013

Arden Theatre Presents Its First Play By Nobel Prize Winner Samuel Beckett, Endgame, Starting January 16

Arden Theatre makes its first foray into presenting the work of Nobel Prize winner Samuel Beckett by beginning at the end. Endgame, that is; a stellar example of theater of the absurd that is also one of Beckett’s most celebrated works. Opening on January 16, the one-act play presents four actors in an ambiguous setting. […]

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October 15, 2012

Coming Attraction: The Franklin Institute Presents Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, Showcasing 300 Items Retrieved From The Epic Shipwreck, On View Starting November 10

100 years ago, on April 15, 1912, the world’s largest ship of its time sank into the depths of the ocean after colliding with an iceberg, tragically claiming more than 1,500 lives and bringing to a halt the world’s unshakeable confidence in modern technology. The Franklin Institute is honoring the centennial anniversary of one of […]

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January 16, 2013

Le Viet Is Offering A Three-Course Meal For $16.95, January 20-February 1

Le Viet is providing hungry Philadelphians with a dinner deal that is almost too good to be true. From January 20-February 1, from 5-10 p.m., enjoy a three-course dinner for only $16.95. Guests have their choice of a variety of appetizers, entrees and desserts. Whether you’re a vegetarian or a meat lover, the options from […]

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January 7, 2013

Luna Theater Takes A Risk With Lungs, Performed Without Props, Costume Changes Or Standard Set, Opening January 25

With just two actors and a bare stage, playwright Duncan Macmillan’s Lungs explores a big topic that has perplexed couples throughout the ages: Is now a good time to have a baby? The intimate drama, presented by Luna Theater Luna Theater, starting January 25, proves the weighty question can sure shake up a romantic relationship. […]

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January 3, 2013

Martin Luther King, Jr. Springs To Life In The Mountaintop, Presented By Philadelphia Theatre Company Starting January 18

Martin Luther King, Jr. may be immortalized as a large marble statue in our nation’s capital, but was very much a man of flesh and blood, and that’s how he’s portrayed in The Mountaintop, the award-winning play by Katori Hall, opening at Philadelphia Theatre Company’s Suzanne Roberts Theatre on January 18. The drama imagines the […]

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January 15, 2013

Nicole Miller Philadelphia Presents Their Semi-Annual Sale, January 15-31

Shoppers, we have very good news. Women’s clothing designer, Nicole Miller, who has two shops in Philadelphia, is hosting a semi-annual sale. For the remainder of the month, that’s right, from January 15-31, stop by either the Manayunk location or the Bellevue location for major discounts. The sale includes clothing that is perfect for all […]

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January 23, 2013

Now Open: Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow: Jewish Refugee Scholars At Black Colleges, A New Exhibition Exploring The Early Civil Rights Movement At The National Museum Of American Jewish History, Through June 2

The National Museum of Jewish American History’s Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow: Jewish Refugee Scholars at Black Colleges exhibition is now open, through June 2. The highly anticipated exhibition shows how Jewish refugees and African-American students at historically Black colleges and universities supported one another and came together in search of freedom and opportunity. Beyond […]

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