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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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December 5, 2012

Racked, Major National Shopping Blog, Launches Racked Philly Today

A warm welcome to the newest blog in Philadelphia: Racked Philly, a local outpost of the national Racked network, which covers all things retail. As Julie Davis, Racked Philly editor, says, “Retail is exploding in our city right now. It’s really the perfect time for Racked to come to Philly, and I’m so excited to be a part of it.” We’re excited to have it! Cool content to look out for includes local designers’ look books, holiday gift guides and street style shots. Racked, part of the Curbed and Eater network, is launching in Boston and San Francisco today, too. [Racked Philly]

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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October 4, 2012

Scott Schuman, A.K.A. “The Sartorialist,” The Reigning King Of Street Style Photography, To Appear At The Barnes Foundation For A Free Talk And Book Signing, Saturday, October 13

The Sartorialist is coming to Philadelphia! On Saturday, October 13, from 5-7 p.m., the reigning king of street style photography will make his first-ever patronage to Philadelphia for a public book signing of his critically acclaimed book The Sartorialist: Closer. Following book signings in Paris and New York, Scott Schuman will appear at the Barnes [...]

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January 26, 2012

Curbed Philly And Eater Philly Make Their Official Debut

We want to welcome Curbed Philly and Eater Philly, two blogs which have, as of this week, joined the Philadelphia fold. Philadelphia must be doing something right if it’s attracted the attention of a national media network. Curbed Philly is the 10th city outpost of Curbed, and Eater Philly is the 17th city outpost of Eater. A tip of the hat to both sites, sure to complement the existing coverage of all things real estate and food in Philadelphia. [Curbed Philly; Eater Philly]

July 12, 2010

Apartment Therapy Meetup @ Mexican Post

Erica over at the Philadelphia Weekly’s Style blog, reports that Apartment Therapy, the incredibly popular home decor & design blog, is hosting a meet-up at Mexican Post this Wednesday, July 14th. Design professionals will be there, ready to answer your questions about wallpaper, paint, sofas, whatever. Apartment Therapy has featured Philadelphia several times on their [...]

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May 4, 2010

Design*Sponge’s Guide to Philadelphia

The Brooklyn based home decor and design blog, Design*Sponge, recently posted a wonderful Philadelphia city guide. The guide was whipped up by Philly designer Kevin Derrick, who some of you might know from his work with bahdeebahdu and DesignPhiladelphia. Update: Correction, this is an updated guide, the original created by Joy Deangdeelert Cho of Oh [...]

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April 22, 2010

Meal Ticket Peeks Inside the New Twenty Manning

Meal Ticket’s Drew Lazor visited the freshly painted Twenty Manning in Rittenhouse Square, and took some fantastic photos of the interior and food. Head over to Meal Ticket to scope out the rest of the photos. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to try out the revamped menu! Twenty Manning 259 South [...]

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April 22, 2010

Local Actor Named One of the Country’s Best

Our friends over at Phillyist report that Peter Pryor, a local actor from Philadelphia, was selected for “this year’s prestigious Lunt-Fontaine Fellowship Program.” Nominated for the program by the Wilma Theatre, the week long retreat includes nine of the best local actors from across the country. They’ll work with Academy Award nominated actress Lynn Redgrave [...]

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