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April 18, 2014

Roundup: The Best Brunch Spots In Philadelphia – Uwishunu’s Brunch Guide Updated For Spring 2014

Weekends were made for brunching — chatting with friends, digging into a stack of syrupy pancakes, lingering over a latte or a Bloody Mary. Brunch is the most important meal of the weekend, and with the start of the spring season, we thought it was high time to revisit our roundup of brilliant Philadelphia brunches. [...]

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April 14, 2014

Save The Date: The Inaugural Great Sandwiches Event Brings A Grand Tasting Party To Union Transfer, Wednesday, May 28

Philadelphia’s appreciation for awesome sandwiches knows no bounds. As the home of the hoagie, the cheesesteak and the roast pork sandwich, this city claims a more than ample smattering of stupendous sandwiches. Now, thanks to Citypaper’s food blog Meal Ticket, many of this city’s top sandwiches will be celebrated — and eaten! — under one [...]

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April 9, 2014

First Person Arts Brings Comedian Kevin Allison’s Storytelling Show RISK! To Underground Arts, Friday, April 11

Ready to take a chance on a good time? This Friday, April 11, First Person Arts welcomes New York City-based actor and comedian Kevin Allison back to town to host his hysterical live show, RISK!. If the name Kevin Allison sounds familiar, it’s probably because he’s well known from such television shows as MTV’s The [...]

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April 3, 2014

Tonight Picks: Themed Dinner At Cedar Point Bar And Kitchen, Aerial Trapeze Show In Old City, Free Bourbon Samples At The Trestle Inn And More

As the workweek draws to a close, after-hours events kick into high gear. Tonight, Cedar Point Bar and Kitchen in Fishtown celebrates the start of spring (and the end of the freezing temps) with themed menu additions that all center on foraged foods. Plus, the bar is running a $5 special on Old Fashioned cocktails. [...]

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March 27, 2014

Tonight Picks: Pizza Dinner Options Across The City, Philly Wine Week Continues, Upright Citizens Brigade At World Cafe Live And More

From a comedy show to plenty of options for dinner, the city is full of activity this evening. For those who don’t feel like cooking, pizza is always a good idea, and Philly is full of delicious pizza options in neighborhoods across the city. Take a look at our guide to where to find the [...]

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March 25, 2014

Chefs And Rockers Collaborate For One-Night-Only Food And Music Pop-Ups At Underground Arts, Starting This Wednesday, March 26

Philadelphia chefs rock, so it’s only natural that local toques would collaborate with rock ’n’ rollers. This spring, the good people of COOK, Philadelphia’s collaborative kitchen classroom, and Bonfire/Electric Factory Concerts are making beautiful music together with a series of guest chef appearances at Underground Arts. The Callowhill-neighborhood venue is set to play host to [...]

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March 20, 2014

Tonight Picks: St. Joe’s And Villanova In The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Third Thursdee At Pizza Brain, Dollar Days On West Girard Avenue, Free Rita’s Water Ice And More

At last, spring has sprung! Celebrate tonight and root for the home teams as Villanova and St. Joe’s represent the City of Brotherly Love at the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. First, watch St. Joe’s take on UConn at 6:55 p.m. and then watch Villanova and Milwaukee at 9:25 p.m. Both games will be broadcasted on [...]

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March 14, 2014

Roundup: Best Pizza in Philadelphia — Where To Find The Best Pizza In Neighborhoods Across The City

If there is one dish with practically universal appeal, it must be pizza. There’s something about the cheesy, sauce-laden goodness of a pizza pie that just never seems to get old, even when it’s actually a few days old (c’mon, cold pizza for breakfast is delicious). Fortunately, finding amazing pizza in Philadelphia can be as [...]

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March 13, 2014

Tonight Picks: Night Skies In The Observatory At The Franklin Institute, Free Drink Samples At The Trestle Inn, Chestnut Hill Restaurant Month Continues And More

Tonight, The Franklin Institute explores space at its monthly Night Skies in the Observatory event. Led by Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts, folks are invited to learn about rotating space-themed subjects while stargazing with seasoned professionals. Admission is just $5 a person making for an affordable evening activity. The Trestle Inn raises a glass to Thursday [...]

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March 6, 2014

Tonight Picks: PAFA After Dark: Block Party, Special Happy Hours At Nomad Roman Pizza, The Trestle Inn And Howl At The Moon, Girls Night Out At The Flower Show And More

Thursday evenings in the winter bring a fair share of programming to the City of Brotherly Love. The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts opens its doors to after-hours guests for its recurring PAFA After Dark event. Tonight, the celebration raises a glass to the museum’s marquee exhibition, Beyond the Paint: Philadelphia’s Mural Arts, and [...]

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