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March 21, 2014

Opa Serves Up A Multi-Course Feast In Celebration Of Greek Independence Day, Tuesday, March 25

In celebration of Greek Independence Day, Midtown Village modern Greek bar and restaurant Opa welcomes revelers to a feast of a party. Take the routine out of Tuesday with an affordable (and delicious) four-course prix-fixe lunch or dinner available all day on Tuesday, March 25. For $25, transport taste buds to Greece with a special [...]

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November 26, 2013

Our Guide To The Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade Set For Thursday, November 28 With Balloons, Floats, Bands, Special Guests And More

Everyone loves a parade, and with the kickoff of the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade, the oldest Thanksgiving Day parade in the country, the holiday season swings into jubilant high gear. Celebrate the age-old event as it brings festive floats, giant balloons and local performers from local choirs, dance groups and marching bands beginning at 8:30 [...]

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March 25, 2013

Opa Serves Up A Multi-Course Feast In Celebration Of Greek Independence Day, Today, March 25

In celebration of Greek Independence Day, Opa is hosting a feast of a party. Take the mundane out of Monday with an affordable (and delicious) five-course dinner. For $25, indulge in meal that will have your taste buds thinking you’ve transported to Greece. The dinner starts out with homemade bread and spreads, olives, feta cheese [...]

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November 20, 2012

Reminder: The 2012 Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade Set For Thursday, November 22; Check Out A Photo Preview

The 93rd Annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade returns to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to kick off the 2012 Thanksgiving holiday, Thursday, November 22. It’s going to be another can’t-miss visual spectacle bursting with festive floats, giant balloons, lively dancers, costumed characters, celebrities and marching bands. Check out our comprehensive guide to the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day [...]

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November 8, 2012

The 2012 Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade Set For Thursday, November 22 With Balloons, Floats, Bands, Special Guests And More

The 93rd Annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade will undoubtedly be another epic visual spectacle as it returns to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Thanksgiving Day 2012, Thursday, November 22. Giant balloons, festive floats, lively dancers, costumed characters, celebrities and marching bands (18 of them!) will parade through the city as the streets are lined with [...]

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November 9, 2011

Midtown Village To Transform Into A Parisian Streetscape For “Beaujolais Nouveau Day,” Thursday, November 17

Mid-November means “Beaujolais Nouveau Day” in Midtown Village. The neighborhood will transform into a wind-swept Parisian streetscape for the annual arrival of Beaujolais Nouveau wine on Thursday, November 17. From 11th to Broad Streets and Market to Spruce, flagposts will fly the French flag, merchants will wear Gallic berets, accordion music will fill the air [...]

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June 20, 2011

Sofitel’s Liberté To Host Fete De La Musique, An All-Day Traditional French Music Festival, Tomorrow, June 21

Sofitel Philadelphia, true to its traditional French flavor, will host Fête de la Musique tomorrow, June 21, a musical celebration from noon to 10 p.m. in the Liberte restaurant and lounge. Fête de la Musique originated in France in 1982, and has since taken place every 21st of June, the first official day of summer [...]

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March 7, 2011

The 2011 Philadelphia St. Patrick’s Day Parade Returns March 13, With 20,000 Performers In Marching Bands, Dance Groups, Floats And More

Philadelphia’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade is actually the city’s largest parade, with 20,000 participants representing more than 150 groups including marching bands, dance groups, youth groups, Irish associations and floats. Thousands of festively green-bedecked spectators line the Ben Franklin Parkway to enjoy the parade each year, a religious and cultural celebration of St. Patrick, on [...]

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December 4, 2009

Sunday: 14th Annual Peace Around the World Celebration @ the Penn Museum

Someone once told me that if I were to dig a hole deep enough, I’d end up in China. Although this idea may save me some substantial money on plane tickets, I’ve yet to entertain this Bugs Bunny mentality. Nevertheless, it this concept always makes me think how we live in such a small world, [...]

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