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December 3, 2013

A World-Premiere Holiday Show From Brian Sanders’ JUNK, Snowball, Opens Wednesday, December 4 At The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

Looking for a little departure from Tiny Tim and the Sugarplum Fairy this holiday season? This Wednesday, December 4, a dynamic interactive performance from one of Philadelphia’s top modern dance troupes opens at the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Brian Sanders’ JUNK dance company is well know in this town for its signature style [...]

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December 3, 2013

Let Uwishunu Be Your Guide: Check Out Our 2013 Guide To The Holidays In Philadelphia

’Tis the season, Philadelphia! Today, we’re thrilled to launch the 2013 Uwishunu Holiday Guide, what we hope is a convenient, all-in-one resource for tapping into the festive days and jolly nights of the holiday season in the City of Brotherly Love. All season long, just refer to the Uwishunu Holiday Guide to find out about [...]

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November 6, 2013

Holiday Musical Elf Brings Jolly Good Fun To The Walnut Street Theatre, Through January 5

If your holiday wish list includes fun and entertainment, then head to the Walnut Street Theatre to see Elf, a jolly Broadway musical presented on the mainstage through January 5. This theatrical adaptation of the popular movie of the same name, Elf tells the warm-hearted story of Buddy, who as a young boy finds his [...]

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July 4, 2013

Photo Of The Day: Have A Happy Fourth Of July, Philadelphia!

Happy Birthday, America! The official day of commemorating the birth of the nation has arrived. Today, the week-long celebration of July 4th in Philadelphia reaches its crescendo. Wawa Welcome America hits its high point tonight with a bang as a free blockbuster concert and a free fireworks show take over the Benjamin Franklin Parkway from [...]

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November 27, 2012

Roundup: Our Guide To Tree Lighting Celebrations In Philadelphia This Holiday Season

The holiday season doesn’t truly start until resplendent Christmas trees are erected and bedecked all around the city. Luckily, this week sees the beginning of Christmas tree lighting celebrations at many of Philadelphia’s iconic outdoor locations, including Rittenhouse Square and Love Park. The festivities all involve more than just the flick of a switch. Hot [...]

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November 14, 2011

Roundup: Where To Eat Out For Thanksgiving Dinner In And Around Philadelphia

Can you believe Thanksgiving is a little over a week away? If the thought of crowded groceries, long hours in the kitchen and endless piles of dirty dishes makes you shudder, let the professionals at one of Philadelphia’s top restaurants handle your Thanksgiving dinner this year. From sumptuous multi-course meals to belt-loosening buffets, there are [...]

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December 7, 2009

Thursday: Early Holiday Party & Sale @ Bus Stop Boutique

Even though they just had an epic sale and party over Black Friday, the Bus Stop Boutique is gearing up for another day of sales and celebrating. After all, the holiday season is officially upon us. Thursday, the charming little boutique in Queen Village will host a special sale, offering 10% off any purchase, with [...]

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December 2, 2009

Crafty Balboa @ the Broad Street Ministry: Like Rocky, Only With Arts & Crafts

I love craft fairs, especially around the holidays. I can usually find a ton of great, handmade Christmas gifts for my friends and family, and the money I spend goes back into Philadelphia’s wonderful artistic community. So you better believe I’ll be stopping by the Crafty Balboa Holiday event at the Broad Street Ministry this [...]

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December 2, 2009

Irving Berlin’s White Christmas @ the Academy of Music

It is tradition in my family to watch White Christmas at least once during the holiday season, and it always gives me the warm fuzzies. This year, I’ll be lucky enough to catch the show at the Kimmel Center. The Broadway Series at the Academy of Music is featuring Irving Berlin’s White Christmas through December [...]

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December 2, 2009

Neighborhood Holiday Walk: First Friday in Fishtown & Kensington

It seems like the NKCDC always have something clever up their sleeves for First Friday in Kensington and Fishtown. Which is no surprise, considering these are the same people who bring us the wildly quirky Kinetic Sculpture Derby each year. And this Friday, they’ve teamed up with the Fishtown Area Business Association to throw the [...]

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