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April 9, 2014

Roundup: Our Picks For Passover Dinners In And Around Philadelphia

L’Chaim! Prepare the matzo ball soup, Passover begins on Monday, April 14 and continues through Tuesday, April 22. Don’t feel like cooking? No worries, since many restaurants in the area celebrate Passover with classic takes — and modern twists — on the holiday meal. Zahav serves up a sure-to-be-delicious feast with classic items like a [...]

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April 7, 2014

Raise A Glass To The Philadelphia Phillies Home Opener At Bars And Restaurants In And Around Town, Tuesday, April 8

Update: Due to inclement weather, the Phillies Home Opener has been postponed from Monday, April 7 to Tuesday, April 8. Alright, sports fans. The Philadelphia Phillies home opener hits Citizens Bank Park tomorrow, Tuesday, April 8 to kick off another sweet season of Major League Baseball in Philadelphia. After playing the Texas Rangers and the [...]

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March 13, 2014

The National Museum Of American Jewish History Celebrates Purim With A Masquerade Ball, This Saturday, March 15

In celebration of the Jewish holiday Purim, a day that commemorates the defeat of Haman’s conspiracy to destroy the ancient Persian Jews, the National Museum of American Jewish History hosts a Masquerade Ball on Saturday, March 15. Presented by the Young Friends of NMAJH, Hillel’s Grad Network and Moishe House Philadelphia, the party continues the [...]

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February 10, 2014

Roundup: Our Picks For Presidents’ Day Celebrations In Philadelphia In 2014, Including Free Museum Admission, Themed Tours And More

Presidents’ Day, Monday, February 17, honors the birthdays of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and the work of our nation’s Commander-in-chiefs. Celebrate Presidents’ Day 2014 with free museum admission, special tours, themed events and more for the duration of the entire long weekend — and beyond. With such iconic attractions as the National Constitution Center, the Liberty [...]

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January 16, 2014

Roundup: Our Picks For Martin Luther King Day Celebrations In Philadelphia, Including Free And Discounted Admission To Some Of The City’s Popular Museums

Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a man who promised and brought positive change to a nation, in a number of ways this week and weekend in Philadelphia. Martin Luther King Day, Monday, January 20, is a day to honor the man who caused so much change in the world of civil rights. From orchestral [...]

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December 27, 2013

Looking Ahead: 14 Reasons You’ll Want To Be In Philadelphia In 2014

For folks wondering what’s new in Philadelphia in 2014, the short answer is: a ton. A long list of new public spaces, exciting exhibitions, milestone birthdays and anniversaries and all-new attractions slated for completion in 2014 give first-time visitors and Philadelphia residents plenty more reasons to adore the City of Brotherly Love. Outdoor types can [...]

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December 23, 2013

National Museum Of American Jewish History Presents Being [ ] At Christmas, A Holiday Celebration For All On Wednesday, December 25

For those who do not celebrate Christmas, and even for those who do, the National Museum of American Jewish History hosts an event on Christmas Day that will make everyone feel included on the holiday. Being [ ] at Christmas is perfect for anyone who looking for a little family-friendly and non-denominational fun on Christmas [...]

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December 17, 2013

Roundup: Our Picks For Alternative Holiday Events In Philadelphia

No need to fret if Christmas isn’t your cup of tea, there are tons of happenings going on in the City of Brotherly Love for those who do not partake in the twinkling lights and presents of Christmas. Spend the remaining weeks in December (and maybe even some time off work) at any number of [...]

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December 12, 2013

Tonight Picks: Beer Can Christmas Tree Lighting at Percy Street, Storytelling At NMAJH, Holiday Shopping On Fabric Row, Waterfront Winterfest, Christmas Village And More

The weather outside may be chilly, but an abundance of holiday spirit ought to keep Philadelphia warm tonight. From a tree lighting on South Street and a festive shop-around on Fabric Row to storytelling in Old City and ice skating at Penn’s Landing, there are enough happenings on tap tonight to make anyone merry. Bundle [...]

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November 19, 2013

Roundup: Where To Celebrate Hanukkah 2013 In And Around Philadelphia

[This holiday season, let Uwishunu be your merry guide. From brilliant lights and must-see attractions to festive events and jolly good times, check out our daily updates on holiday happenings in Philadelphia right here.] Hanukkah 2013 is quickly approaching and the Philadelphia is more than prepared to celebrate the Festival of Lights with a plethora [...]

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