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September 23, 2014

Photo of the Day: It’s Officially Fall In Philadelphia

Can you feel it in the air? Officially, the 2014 autumnal equinox brought the fall season to the Northern Hemisphere on Monday, September 22 at 10:29 p.m. EDT, so today marks the first full day of the fall season. Despite the mild temperatures of late, the fiery colors of fall will be out in all […]

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September 22, 2014

Philly Mag Shops Gathers The City’s Top Retailers For A One-Day Warehouse Sale On Sunday, October 5; Score $5 Off Tickets With Code VISITPHILLY

Experts on the Philadelphia fashion and retail scene know that the best shopping happens in this city’s independently owned boutiques. Now, thanks to Philadelphia magazine, more than 25 of the area’s top shops and designers will assemble under a single roof for an exceptional afternoon of retail therapy. On Sunday, October 5, Philly Mag Shops […]

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September 22, 2014

Opening Alert: The Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk, The Awesome Over-The-Water Extension Of The Schuylkill River Trail, To Officially Open On Thursday, October 2

An opening date for the Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk has been set for Thursday, October 2, and we can’t wait. This is a development project we first told you about three years ago, and we’re even more excited about it now than we were then. The boardwalk is going to be an awesome over-the-water extension of […]

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September 22, 2014

The Four Seasons Food Truck Arrives In Philadelphia Today, Monday, September 22 For A Six-Day Stop On Its East Coast Tour

There are food trucks and then there are foodie trucks. The Four Seasons Taste mobile is kind of like the A-List celebrity of food trucks, picking up local star chefs and changing up its look on every stop on its national tour. The rolling kitchen will be in town this week, starting today Monday, September […]

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September 17, 2014

Save The Date: The First-Ever Old City Fest Takes Over The Streets Of The Neighborhood With Food, Art, Music And More On Sunday, October 12

Philadelphia’s bustling fall festival circuit includes an outstanding array of food, art and cultural events, and the phenomenal festivities just keep on coming this October. Particularly of note, a brand-new neighborhood festival arrives in Old City this fall: Old City Fest debuts on Sunday, October 12. The first year for what Old City District, the […]

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September 17, 2014

The Rock ’N’ Roll Philadelphia Half-Marathon And Health & Fitness Expo Returns This Weekend, September 19-21

Ready to rock? Now in its fifth year, the Rock ′n′ Roll Philadelphia Half-Marathon makes its return on Sunday, September 21. This 13.1-mile race is not your ordinary athletic event, though. At every mile of the course, runners are greeted with live performances by local bands and motivating encouragement from local cheerleading squads. This music-cum-exercise […]

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September 16, 2014

Del Posto Chef Mark Ladner Visits Eli Kulp’s High Street On Market And Fork To Dish Gluten-Free Pasta, Thursday, October 2

Gluten avoiders, rejoice. Chef Mark Ladner of Lidia Bastianich and Mario Batali’s Del Posto is coming to town on Thursday, October 2, to visit his former colleague, Eli Kulp, who worked at Del Posto from 2006 to 2008. As the only Italian restaurant in all of the United States to earn four stars from The […]

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September 15, 2014

The 10th Annual Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show Rings In Fall This Weekend, September 19-21, With 140+ Artists And A Saturday Block Party On 18th Street

Fine art aficionados, take note. The fall edition of the annual Rittenhouse Square Fine Art Show hits the sidewalks of the square this weekend for its 10th year, September 19-21. What began in 1932 as a small student show has now lasted more than eight decades, continuing to grow in scope and regard each year, […]

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September 12, 2014

Must-See Exhibition: Discover The Rarely Seen Paintings, Drawings And First Short Films Of Iconic Director David Lynch During The Unified Field At The Pennsylvania Academy Of The Fine Arts Through January 2015

Having praised Philadelphia as his “greatest inspiration,” renowned filmmaker and artist David Lynch is returning to the city for the first-ever retrospective of his rarely seen artwork. Lynch studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) from January 1966 until the summer of 1967 and during that time he found inspiration in the […]

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September 9, 2014

Cuteness Alert: Four African Lion Cubs Debut At The Philadelphia Zoo And Are Now On View At Big Cat Falls

The Philadelphia Zoo is now home to four new furry friends: lion cubs that made their debut on Friday, September 5. Born to the zoo’s four-year-old Tajiri and five-year-old Makini on June 25 and 26, the four cubs are named Mali, Kataba, Sabi and Msinga. The cubs’ names were chosen by the public through an […]

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