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April 1, 2013

Celebrate The Launch Of Old City’s First Friday Weekend With Events Across The City, April 5-7

Celebrate The Launch Of Old City's First Friday Weekend With Events Across The City, April 5-7

First Friday in Philadelphia has evolved into an epic night of art, parties and shopping excursions across the city. Art lovers, students and the general public join forces to crowd the streets of numerous Philadelphia neighborhoods on the First Friday of each month. Due to the event’s immense success, Old City has expanded its First […]

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March 12, 2013

The Philadelphia Dance Theatre To Host Alonzo King LINES Ballet Discovery Project For Young Dancers, March 14-17

The Philadelphia Dance Theatre To Host Alonzo King LINES Ballet Discovery Project For Young Dancers, March 14-17

The San Francisco based Alonzo King LINES Ballet Discovery Project will be coming to Philadelphia for the first time ever to lead dancers in a four day instructive course. The group will be coming to the Philadelphia Dance Theater from March 14-17. The program is for students ages 13-25 who have a skill level of […]

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February 19, 2013

Dine Out In Chestnut Hill During Their Restaurant Month, All March Long

Dine Out In Chestnut Hill During Their Restaurant Month, All March Long

Chestnut Hill is the place to be this March, their restaurant month event is all March long and features deals and discounts that will allow you to eat out at some of Chestnut Hill’s finest without breaking the bank. Participating restaurants are offering a variety of lunch and dinner deals that are sure to keep […]

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August 8, 2012

Wyck Historic House To Host Its Second Saturday Festival, “Homegrown: Food Roots, Culture and Community,” This Saturday, August 11

Wyck Historic House To Host Its Second Saturday Festival, "Homegrown: Food Roots, Culture and Community," This Saturday, August 11

Philadelphia is quite the food lover’s paradise. We love our good (and local!) eats, and with Philadelphia’s extensive foodshed, it’s no wonder why. This Saturday, August 11, celebrate food traditions at Wyck Historic House, Garden and Farm for their Second Saturday Festival, Homegrown: Food Roots, Culture and Community. From 11 a.m.-4 p.m., learn how food […]

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July 2, 2012

Historic Germantown Celebrates Independence Day With Its Annual July 4th Festival

Historic Germantown Celebrates Independence Day With Its Annual July 4th Festival

Philadelphia knows how to celebrate our nation’s birthday with a bang. Adding to the endless July 4th excitement, Historic Germantown offers a great Center City alternative with its annual Fourth of July Festival from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Independence Day. As one of Philadelphia’s most historic neighborhoods, Germantown offers visitors an opportunity to celebrate at […]

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February 12, 2010

The Little Treehouse Play Cafe in Chestnut Hill

The Little Treehouse Play Cafe in Chestnut Hill

“Space to Play. Time to Think. Food and Drink.” I love the motto behind The Little Treehouse Play Cafe because those words say it all. The Play Cafe is the perfect escape for kids and parents alike. Located right off Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill, the cafe offers a large space split into a cafe […]

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November 17, 2009

Friday: Seventh Annual Holiday Craft Fair @ the Waldorf School in Mount Airy

Friday: Seventh Annual Holiday Craft Fair @ the Waldorf School in Mount Airy

Sometimes the best gift is one that’s handmade. The sort you can tell a lot of love went into. Handmade gifts and crafts are one of my favorite options for holiday gift giving. Normally I’d shop like mad at the Art Star Craft Bazaar, but alas, that won’t be back until next year. What’s a […]

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