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September 3, 2013

Greensgrow Farms Hosts Hands-On Workshops Taught By Local Food Bloggers This Fall, September 14 And 21

Greensgrow Farms, Philadelphia’s innovative urban farming nonprofit organization, invites its loyal patrons and curious home cooks to get hands-on this month with a pair of workshops. The urban farm’s community kitchen welcomes two local food bloggers for two DIY afternoons of instruction in September. On Saturday, September 14, from noon to 2 p.m., learn the […]

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July 10, 2013

Food Blogger Barrett Bridenhagen Of Dirty Laundry Kitchen Pops Up With Dinners And Brunches At Betty’s Speakeasy, Beginning Tonight, July 10

For anyone who has browsed the local food blog Dirty Laundry Kitchen, or any professional-grade food blog for that matter, it’s no secret that many food bloggers can really, really cook. Barrett Bridenhagen, the chef behind the elegant-yet-simple fare that appears on the Dirty Laundry Kitchen blog is offering Philadelphians a chance to indulge in […]

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November 13, 2012

The National Museum Of American Jewish History And The Free Library Team Up To Bring Deb Perelman Of Smitten Kitchen To Philadelphia, Wednesday, December 5

In our modern age of celebrity chefs, primetime food TV and the explosion of the word “foodie” and variations therein, successful food bloggers are basically royalty. Capitalizing on the popularity of one in particular, the National Museum of American Jewish History and Free Library are teaming up to bring Deb Perelman of the preeminent Smitten […]

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August 17, 2009

Unbreaded Presents Sandwich Smash: Chef Demo and Sandwich Tasting Event

My buddy Ben Kessler runs one of my favorite blogs in Philadelphia, Unbreaded, a sandwich blog dedicated towards… well, sandwiches. Together with his partner Jeff Vogel, Ben visits restaurants, pubs, dive bars, any place that claims to serve up something decent between two slices of bread. He writes wonderfully detailed articles about the sandwiches he […]

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July 20, 2009

University City District Relaunches Break My Routine

Our friends over at the University City District (hi guys!) have re-launched their blog, Break My Routine. The site features places to go around University City and West Philly neighborhoods. One of my favorite features is the outstanding map tool attached to their dining, entertainment, and nightlife content. Take a look. If you click on […]

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April 22, 2009

Salt Pepper Ketchup: New Philly Webshow

Salt Pepper Ketchup episode 1 from Brendan Huffman on Vimeo. Today in ‘things I wish I thought of first’, I present Salt Pepper Ketchup, a great new web video series produced by Rob Rawlings and Brendan Huffman. Created using just a Flip video camera and Brendan’s Mac, Salt Pepper Ketchup is a fun DIY series […]

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April 21, 2009

BarCamp for NewsInnovation @ Temple University

If you’re reading uwishunu, you probably have at least a vague interest in the future of journalism, one of the most important pillars of our democracy. I don’t mean to get all high-minded on you, but conversations about the methods of how you get your news and information are happening across the country right now. […]

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February 20, 2009

Albert Lee Represents Philly on National Geographic’s Traveler

Recently, National Geographic’s Traveler launched I Heart My City, a simple survey asking readers to talk about why they love their home. If you hop on over to the blog, you can spot an entry from a certain enthusiastic Philadelphian, our very own Albert Lee. Give it a read, we’re proud of him. Albert Lee […]

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December 29, 2008

Foobooz New Years Eve Guide

Our pals over at Foobooz have posted a rather comprehensive New Years Eve guide to dining, drinking, and all-around partying here in Philadelphia. They’ve even got a handy little key that lets you know more about each pick. Is there a champagne toast or an open bar? Is the place vegan friendly? A BYOB?  Etc. […]

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December 11, 2008

Philly’s Own Art in the Age Store on New York Times Style Blog

Always nice to see a local Philly shop getting some press. Head on over to The Moment, the New York Times’ style / fashion / design / travel / etc blog, where they’ve got a nice write up on Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, listing it as one of their top four new […]

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