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April 15, 2014

Take Advantage Of Tax Day Deals In Philadelphia At Restaurants, Hotels And Attractions Today, Tuesday, April 15

It’s Tax Day, Philadelphia, which means some may feel a slight pinch in the pocketbook from Uncle Sam. To alleviate some of that financial stress, though, many local spots offer up one-day-only events, deals and freebies. For those in search of a sweet Tax-Day deal, Philadelphia restaurants, hotels and a couple attractions welcome tax payers […]

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February 5, 2014

The National Constitution Center Explores Its Namesake Document In The Initiative 27 Amendments (In 27 Days) All February Long

In our country’s history, more than 11,000 amendments to the Constitution have been proposed, but only a mere 27 have been ratified. Why such a small number? What is the process by which a proposal becomes an amendment? Who decides what becomes law? The

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October 21, 2013

Stand-Up Comedian Colin Quinn Brings His One-Man Show Unconstitutional To National Constitution Center, Saturday, October 26

This Saturday, October 26, the museum of “We the People” welcomes a hilarious display of First Amendment rights. For two shows in one night, outspoken citizen, stand-up comedian and Saturday Night Live veteran Colin Quinn takes the stage at the National Constitution Center as part of his 13 Original Colonies Tour. The one-man show, Colin […]

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October 11, 2013

The National Constitution Center Displays More Than 150 Powerful Images In Capture The Moment: The Pultizer Prize Photographs, Opening Today, October 11

Opening today, October 11, at the National Constitution Center, Capture the Moment: The Pulitzer Prize Photographs presents the most comprehensive exhibition of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs ever assembled. More than 150 photographs organized chronologically depict a tumultuous history of the world. Capturing incredibly poignant moments in time on film, the collection includes every Pulitzer Prize-winning photograph […]

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June 18, 2013

The National Constitution Center Puts A Colorful And Chaotic Year In Focus With The 1968 Exhibit, On View This Summer Through September 2

Travel back in time this summer just by visiting the National Constitution Center. The 1968 Exhibit, on view through September 2, walks visitors through one of America’s most colorful, chaotic and culture-shifting years. A relentlessly tumultuous year, 1968 was punctuated by a remarkable number of major historical events including the Vietnam Tet Offensive, the assassinations […]

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May 21, 2013

Coming Attraction: The National Constitution Center Puts A Colorful And Chaotic Year In Focus With The 1968 Exhibit, Opening June 14

This summer, get ready to travel back in time just by visiting the National Constitution Center. The 1968 Exhibit opens June 14, walking visitors through one of America’s most colorful, chaotic and culture-shifting years. The 5,000-square-foot exhibition features more than 100 artifacts displayed through 12 galleries corresponding to the months of the year. Explore such […]

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January 4, 2013

Philadelphia Snags A Glowing “36 Hours” Write-Up In This Sunday’s New York Times Travel Section

It was just last week that we posted our Year in Review video highlighting many of the awesome accolades Philadelphia received in 2012. And now, not even a week into 2013, there’s a new major story heaping on the praise for Philadelphia — in this weekend’s New York Times Travel Section, Philadelphia has scored a […]

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December 11, 2012

Introducing Uwishunu’s Winter 2012 Holiday Gift Guide: 30 Gifts Perfect For Anyone On Your Holiday Shopping List

‘Tis the season to shop local. And Uwishunu is here to help. After some serious browsing, sifting, taste-testing and evaluating, we’ve pulled together our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide. Rather than narrowing your options by category, we thought it would be helpful to provide one solid list of great-for-anyone gifts. Stock up on locally crafted jewelry, […]

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June 29, 2009

Feel the Freedom @ the National Constitution Center

Photo by K. Ciappa for GPTMC It’s America’s birthday! And what better way to celebrate our independence then partaking in the Feel the Freedom Festival at the National Constitution Center this July 4th weekend in beautiful and historic Old City! The three-day festival will honor Abraham Lincoln and other revolutionaries like Frederick Douglass and Susan […]

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June 9, 2009

Family Friendly Mardi Gras @ Constitution Center

Many of us have probably already celebrated Mardi Gras, or “Fat Tuesday,” sometime in March. This celebration most likely included margaritas, beads, and the colors gold, green, and purple. On June 13th, you have the chance to celebrate the Mardi Gras festival again, only this time, a bit more family friendly. The National Constitution Center […]

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